A 69-year-old man from Klagenfurt traded with the crypto currency bitcoin for over a year. To do this he used special software from a man from Great Britain. It gained access to Klagenfurters’ computers and unauthorizedly corrected five-digit euro amounts. The Police is investigating.
The 69-year-old from Klagenfurt wanted to trade with bitcoin via the Internet and with specialized software since the spring of 2020. To this end, he tried to do business through several Internet platforms and ended up with a company that allegedly originated in Israel, with its managing directors based in Great Britain. Subsequently and from spring 2020 to early August, the 69-year-old invested a moderate 5-digit euro amount in these bitcoin transactions.
Victims gave fraudsters access to computers
The final reason for the complaint was that the alleged managing director was given access to the 69-year-old’s computer through a remote connection and also through access to the online account made possible by the 69-year-old, paying over 10,000 euros. it was done. illegally corrected. If possible, further survey will be done. More and more often, scammers manage to bring large amounts of money to Carinthian victims via the Internet – more about luring scammers with lottery winnings.
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