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      Scam Alert for the Cryptocurrency Community

      We have received a complaint regarding a convincing and aggressive scam that has unfortunately led to the loss of Bitcoin. Here are the details that could aid in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) investigations and help others identify similar scams:

      • Scam Name: Purported Bitcoin Multiplier
      • Scam Contact Point: The scam was initiated via Facebook (a specific URL was not provided).
      • Transaction Hash Hint: The victim mentioned ‘3800’, which might be part of the transaction hash.
      • Receiving Bitcoin Address: bc1qls29eznu6qkumwq2p7a80t7vax622vsayvwdz2

      The scam involved a scenario where the victim was promised that their payment would be deposited shortly but was told it was on hold and required a clearance fee to be paid. This is a common tactic used by scammers to extract additional funds.

      If you have encountered a similar situation or the same scammer, please come forward and share your story. Your information could be crucial in preventing further losses within the community and could assist in tracking down the perpetrators.

      Please remember that legitimate investment opportunities or financial transactions, especially in the realm of cryptocurrency, do not require paying upfront fees to release funds. Always perform due diligence and verify the authenticity of any such claims before transferring funds.

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