<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Micky initially reported the scam which is being pitched mostly to Australians by promising returns of over 10,000 percent.” data-reactid=”32″>Micky initially reported the scam which is being pitched mostly to Australians by promising returns of over 10,000 percent.
Bitcoin scam landing page
One of the bitcoin scam’s landing pages adopts the layout, style and tone of a mainstream news website. However, there are some dead giveaways that suggest it’s not a legitimate online publication. This includes the fact that all the links on the page point to a website designed to harvest visitor information.
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Additionally, the fabricated feature shows it has a suspiciously high number of comments; nearly 4,000 and 12,000 social media shares. Clicking on the comments takes you directly to the same information-harvesting website.
For the trained eye, the landing page also lacks any legal or corporate information at the bottom that any legitimate organization would have. One of the scam’s ad banners show Jackman speaking with the Bitcoin logo in the background.
Bitcoin scam popup