Cybercrime Southeast Europe Newsletter No. 14

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Cybercrime Southeast Europe

Dear clients,

I want to inform you that we filed two criminal complaints in cases of cybercrime last week.

Also, I want to warn you that criminal activities on the internet continue to be of high intensity. New websites are emerging offering high returns on investment. Be cautious and do not entrust your money without prior verification.

Particularly active have been scammers offering to recover lost funds. They falsely pose as representatives of FCA or Blockchain, offering victims the possibility of refunding money. They use the names of existing institutions where they have never worked or are working. Ignore such emails or forward them to us for verification. They usually call from London phone numbers, which are fake numbers generated by computers. Pay attention, scammers will never answer a video call. If you insist on a video call, they will refuse for imaginary reasons. If you continue to insist, they will no longer respond. This is the simplest test that they are scammers.

If a website lacks a clear company address, phone numbers where staff can be reached at any time, as well as certificates and licenses for trading, do not attempt to invest. If you are still in doubt, feel free to write to us through the website in the “contact us” section.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for your understanding and trust.

Attorney at Law
Zoran Miljakovic