July 4th news: According to TNW, Australian couples Nick and Josie Yeomans were tricked into investing more than 43,000 Australian dollars ($30,000) in fake bitcoin investment projects, and they actually received news from WhatsApp from fraudsters. Tell them that the whole thing is fake. The Yeomans have been investing in Coinexx.org, a company that claims to manage cryptocurrencies and foreign exchange investments for its clients. When the couple received the news of being cheated, the Coinexx.org website appeared to be still running and it still appears to be a legitimate company.
Mr. Nick was introduced to the Coinexx.org project through a group on Facebook. At first he was skeptical, but decided to invest. At the beginning, Nick invested 1400 Australian dollars ($984). Six months later, he received a return of 3,700 Australian dollars ($2,600) from Coinexx.org. Nick thought he had found a way to make a fortune, so he quit his job and lived with his wife on the income of Coinexx.org. Later, Nick’s money on Coinexx.org was suddenly frozen, and he did not use various excuses to ask the couple to pay extra fees to withdraw funds.
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Unfortunately, after the couple took all their savings to pay for the Coinexx.org request, Coinexx.org sent a message telling Nick that he was cheated and then stopped all contacts. The phone numbers listed on the Coinexx.org website have been discontinued. There seems to be more and more encryption scams in Australia. In 2018, Australians lost $4.3 million due to cryptocurrency fraud, an increase of 190% over the previous year. According to the report, as of May 31, 2019, Australians lost more cryptocurrency fraud this year than they did throughout 2018. (master's house)