Cybercrime Southeast Europe Newsletter No. 13

by | May 24, 2024 | NSSPV, Unions Market and others | 0 comments

Cybercrime Southeast Europe

Dear clients,

We would like to inform you that there have been no significant developments in the past week regarding the cases that would be of interest for reporting. We continue to closely monitor all activities and events related to your cases and will promptly inform you of any relevant updates.

Additionally, we want to warn you that criminal activities on the internet remain at a high intensity. New websites offering high investment returns are appearing. Please be cautious and do not entrust your money without thorough verification.

The most active were fraudsters offering to return stolen funds. They impersonate FCA or Blockchain representatives, offering defrauded victims the opportunity to get their money back. They use the names of existing institutions in which they have never worked and do not work. Ignore such emails or forward them to us for verification.

If a website does not have a clear company address, phone numbers where representatives are always available, and trading certificates and licenses, do not attempt to invest. If you are still in doubt, feel free to write to us through the “contact us” section on our website

If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your understanding and trust.

Best regards,
Zoran Miljakovic
Attorney at Law