Indian Police Investigate 3 Companies Running a Crypto Ponzi Scheme, CEO Charged

Indian Police Investigate 3 Companies Running a Crypto Ponzi Scheme, CEO Charged

Three companies allegedly running a large-scale cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme are being investigated by Indian police. The scheme promises extraordinary returns to investors. The police have registered a case against the alleged CEO of the companies. Large-Scale Indian Crypto Ponzi Scheme Indian police are reportedly investigating three Bengaluru-based companies over a cryptocurrency investment scheme that has lured investors from all over India. The companies are Long Reach Global, Long Reach Technologies, and Morris Trading Solutions. They are allegedly connected to “a multi-crore....


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