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      Urgent Notice to All XRP Investors:

      There has been a reported scam involving a fraudulent promotional offer on a website named myxrp.info. An investor was lured by an AI-doctored video featuring an individual resembling Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of Ripple, endorsing an exclusive offer for XRP holders. The investor sent $1,000 worth of XRP to the scam website and is now seeking assistance.

      Please be on the lookout for this scam and take extreme caution.

      Key Details for OSINT Investigations:

      • Scam Name: Fake website promotion
      • Scam Website URL: Myxrp.info
      • Transaction Hash: 20B0917CB1BB62CB9B38AA9F98491ADFD544F156FC773272EF75DC05BF29F59E
      • Amount Sent: 1,772.735331 XRP (equivalent to $1,000)
      • Receiving Address: rBxArtofJW2mGF7MoBQH3yHhaXF8tYGBBu
      • Date and Time of Transaction: February 27, 2024, 01:49:21 PM UTC

      The transaction was completed successfully, indicating the funds had been transferred to the scammer’s address.

      If you or someone you know has been affected by this scam or a similar one, please come forward and share your experience. Your information could be crucial in preventing further losses and could assist in the efforts to track down the perpetrators behind this fraudulent scheme. Remember, always verify the credibility of promotional offers and never send cryptocurrency to unverified sources.

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