Crypto Scammers Behave Like Polish Regulatory Agency Officials to Dupe Investors

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (PFSA) has raised alarm over the recent increase in the number of crypto scammers and their cunningness.

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (PFSA) has drawn the attention of the public to the rising number of crypto scammers who present themselves as fund managers that multiply people’s investments in a legal way. In fact, PFSA revealed that the scammers deceive people into believing that they are government-approved.

The scammers have an investment fund into which investors should make their payments. But before this is done, they ask that the cryptos be sent to a wallet that is compliant with PFSA to confirm that the transaction is genuine.

The PFSA has not been friendly to crypto activities for quite some time now and wishes that people in Poland take heed:

“We would like to remind you that the cryptocurrency market in Poland is not a regulated or supervised market. PFSA does not license, supervise or exercise any other powers with regard to cryptocurrency trading activities.”

The agency wants anybody who suspects these scammers to call on the attention of the police that is closest to them and also try to discover as much details as possible from them.

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