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      We have been informed of a fraudulent scheme involving a fake job posting and subsequent deceptive payment practices.

      Important Case Details for Awareness and OSINT Investigations:

      • Cryptocurrency: Ether/ERC20 Token
      • Transaction Hash: 0xc60f8460c71e1f05a5509081c11614b6b18826cf366fc15cb9eb8556ab65268c
      • Suspected Scam Name: Fake Job Posting and payment
      • Scam Website URL:
      • Receiving Address: 0x96f6f2d5B4E902baD9789B240DdC20E2138B4e36

      The victim of this scam has reported total transactions amounting to $4,815.23 and is still being contacted by the alleged scammer. They possess screenshots of conversations with the customer service agent, trainer, group threads, and information about Metamask transactions.

      If you have encountered this scam or any other fraudulent job posting promising payment in cryptocurrency, please share your experiences. It is essential to include details that may help others identify and avoid similar scams. If you have been in contact with similar trainers or customer service agents or have made transactions to the receiving address listed above, your information can support collective efforts to raise awareness and prevent further scams.

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          We’ve recently been informed of a concerning scam involving a website known as This scheme tricks individuals into believing they’re being hired for online product reviews, leading to significant financial losses.

          Key Details of the Scam:

          • Scam Website:
          • Cryptocurrency Addresses Associated with the Scam:
          • ETH: 0x332d8Ff68E65cb0dcbC48B07bCe4DB6E2fFE8C21
          • ETH: 0x3f150094ccf70f914f18f11708e56cb9547e0cbb
          • Contact Information Used by Scammers:
          • Chloe on WhatsApp: 347-320-4996 (Claimed to be a coach)
          • Customer Service (CS): 347-280-6759
          • Reported Loss: Several hundred to over $1000, with detailed transactions still being tallied.
          • Transaction Hash Example: 0xda1550e1ea81d0eca7f2ca16958c1d1eadddf39ea1193fd39842010edabed794

          Victims were contacted for online job positions and went through a so-called training process. However, red flags appeared as demands for depositing money for tasks became frequent, alongside rude and pushy behavior from the contacts.

          If you or someone you know has been scammed by these or similar tactics, please share your story. Your information could prevent others from falling victim to this scam. We invite you to provide any additional details, including cryptocurrency addresses, transaction hashes, and screenshots of communications.

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            Dear Leigh,

            Thank you for sharing the details of your distressing experience. We’re truly sorry to hear about your situation. Scams, especially those masquerading as job opportunities, can be deceptive and damaging.

            Given the complexity of your case and the involvement of cryptocurrency transactions, it’s crucial to approach this with a multi-faceted strategy:

            1. Immediate Actions:

            • Secure Your Digital Footprint: Change passwords and enable two-factor authentication (2FA) on your digital accounts, especially those linked to financial transactions.
            • Document Everything: Keep detailed records of all communications, transactions, and other relevant information related to the scam. These documents are invaluable for investigations.

            2. Cryptocurrency Transaction Investigation:

            • As your loss approaches the $5000 threshold, we strongly recommend consulting with CNC Intelligence, a company specializing in cryptocurrency forensics and investigation. They assist law firms and law enforcement in asset recovery cases by tracing cryptocurrency transactions to provide actionable intelligence.
            • Given their partnership with certified cryptocurrency investigation bodies and utilization of advanced analytics from Blockchain Intelligence Group, Chainalysis, and TRM Labs, they’re equipped to offer tailored solutions that could significantly bolster your case.

            3. Legal Consultation: Consider consulting a legal professional who specializes in cybercrime and financial fraud. They can provide guidance on your rights and, if the perpetrators can be identified, potential civil action against them.

            We understand this is an incredibly challenging time for you, but taking these steps can help mitigate further risk and potentially lead to some form of resolution. Our community is here to support you throughout this process. Please keep us updated on your progress, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you need further assistance.

            Warm regards,

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            Leigh Brooks Ashmore
                I have multiple screenshots of all activity with these people and the amounts I’m not sure of at this matter this moment buy will tally. Is there any level of authorities I can contact as well. I would like them prosecuted as well. I was hired as a product reviewer and promised salary and daily commissions as well as bonuses. So far I’ve not seen any profits only pouring money into them. I have records though. I would appreciate someone contacting me as soon as possible. Thank you for your help.
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