South African Women Lose Money to Crypto Scammer Who Convinced Them That Bots...

South African Women Lose Money to Crypto Scammer Who Convinced Them That Bots...

A group of South African investors recently confessed to losing money to a brazen scammer after he convinced them to buy and hold nearly worthless physical coins. The coins, which are denominated in the Bostwana pula currency, were initially sold to a group of South African women back in 2019 when bitcoin was only worth $3,500. However, according to a report, this con only came to light when one member of the group, who is only known as Lizet, attempted to cash out after she lost her job. Lizet explained: I lost my job and decided to sell one bitcoin since it had doubled in price (and....


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