Andrew Tate Scam Alert: Reports suggest scammers are using Tate brothers: UFC News: Recent reports indicates that Andrew Tate Scams are all…
Andrew Tate Scam Alert: Reports suggest scammers are using Tate brothers: UFC News: Recent reports indicates that Andrew Tate Scams are all over the Crypto Currency platforms. People need to be careful before deciding to invest their money. Follow UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Twitter shows an account with Tristan Tate’s name which also has a blue tick, but it is not actually him. Even in the dogging app, when you click on the link, it might seem like Andrew is promoting his crypto, but it is not him.
Tristan Tate has announced that he has never endorsed a crypto coin and not to fall into the scammer’s trap. Also, Andrew Tate’s profile in the app looks very unprofessional. The app promises to return the investors 2X time the amount of what they invest.
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These frauds frequently make great promises for little to no work. The promises made by the scammers behind the scheme are typically too good to be true, even if they may utilize well-known individuals to give credence to their claims. In this case, using the millionaire Tate brothers’ names who are recently out of jail.
Some of the gateways where these scams are taking place include “MicroStrategy Crypto Giveaway Scam“, “FIFA Crypto Giveaway Scam“, and “Elon Musk Twitter Giveaway Scam“.
Andrew Tate Scam Alert: Reports suggest scammers are using Tate brothers- Crypto Currency Warning and more
Investigators have confirmed that the recent scheme of a classic crypto gateway scam uses various public figures, who would be unsuspected with the objective of transferring people’s cryptocurrencies and funds under various scamming platforms. Therefore the public should disregard investing in any of the above-mentioned platforms.
Andrew Tate’s brother Tristan Tate tweeted ” I have never endorsed a crypto coin ever. Any crypto that is named after me is not affiliated with me in any way. Please do not gamble with your money, I care about you.”
The one with Andrew Tate Scam Alert is presented as a big platform worth $100,000,000 held by Andrew Tate. As per the information, provided in fake Tate’s profile, it asks the investors to invest a certain amount of cryptocurrency to an address assuring that the investment will provide them two times their initial value.
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