FBI Confiscates Bitcoin From Overseas Scammers Masquerading as U.S. Law Enforcement
  • The FBI recovered millions of dollars in bitcoin from overseas fraudsters targeting the elderly.
  • The fraudsters impersonated U.S. government authorities and convinced victims to send money for “safekeeping.”
  • In October 2020, foreigners impersonated U.S. police enforcement. The officials stated that fraudsters targeted “vulnerable victims, including the first U.S. citizens and elderly persons.”
  • Scammers informed the victims over a call that their identities had been compromised. After winning the victims’ confidence, the fraudsters sought funds transfer for “safekeeping,” with the promise of repaying the funds plus interest.
Mridul Srivastava

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