The fact that Libra Markets do not have a recovery department makes nonsense of your opinion.Libra Markets recovery ... ok. Amazing story.
Did he donate part of recovery proceeds to the shelter? Which shelter, provide name and address.
Now, follow this.........If you mean for Libra Markets - yes they have a website.
I had similar scam happened to me. I purchased bitcoins into my wallet by following the instructions from scammer, but they are all transferred away into other wallet. I think scammers stole the private key. What's the point scam other people and commit crimes? Do they feel good every day?Are you still in touch with the scammer? You can track their location via email if they are still responding to your requests.
The point is to take the money. Feeling comes second.I had similar scam happened to me. I purchased bitcoins into my wallet by following the instructions from scammer, but they are all transferred away into other wallet. I think scammers stole the private key. What's the point scam other people and commit crimes? Do they feel good every day?
Cheers for the heads upI received a phone call from Michael Davis (might not be his real name) who said he worked for Libra Markets (L.M.) recovery and he was recovering and paying back people like myself who had opened a trading account with L.M. He told me due to regulations within L.M. they were closing the accounts and refunding my initial investments, plus, he maybe able to send me some of the profit my account had lost in recent months.
I went along with him - as I did have an account with Libra Markets which had just gone into negative equity.
We used 'Team Viewer' on my laptop and he showed me how to open up a wallet. He then helped me set up a Master Card payment for £700.00 to buy BTC's and put into the wallet. The transaction went through Simplex.com
He then wanted me to set up another wallet and make a deposit - but my bank kept blocking the transaction.
It was then I realised something was not right.
Later that night I was informed by Simplex my purchase of BTC's was being sent to my wallet - and gave the wallet address but I had no idea where it existed so started to panic. When I eventually found my wallet at Atomic.com it was empty. The BTC's had been deposited but four hours later it had been transferred to another wallet. I could see this in my wallet and on the Blockchain.
After a lot of conversations with Atomic and Simplex support and my Bank, I had to concede I had been scammed. Both Simplex and Atomic had done nothing wrong. Hence, my bank said they are unable to activate a 'Chargeback'. The £700.00 plus the £35.00 transaction fee has been lost to this scammer - unless anyone knows of a way of recovering it?
These are the details I have of this scammer:
NAME: Michael Davis
EMAIL: Michael Davis / finance - refund division <firstname.lastname@example.org>
PHONE NUMBERS (he called me on): +44 2080 898207, 898249, 898319, 894847, 897846, 898319. One number came up on my call identifier saying it was from Any-Trades.Com
I have reported this scam to https://reporting.actionfraud.police.uk/.
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