Bitcoin Abuse Database
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|Latest Report||Thu, 22 Jul 21 09:25:33 +0000|
(1 week ago)
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|Jul 22, 2021||other||"Jason Howard" contacts you through facebook and messenger introduces him self as a crypto expert and analyst who lives in San Francisco and tells you about an investment company (Derivoption ltd) which takes your money and makes you profit by depositing Bitcoin and other money transfer service to their address and site. He tries to convince you he is legit when you ask him a question by copying and pasting answers that does not really have anything to do with the question but just contain words like: forex and signal. He then proceeds to give you his number to contact him on WhatsApp and tells you to make the deposit on the Derivoption website.He also mentions that the trade will last for 14 days. 10 days after you have made the initial deposit you get an email stating that "trading limit has been reach upgrade to continue trade".When the account is upgraded and the "trade" resumes, for the remaining 4 days left you get sent up to 20 emails about the profit generated (which they hike it intentionally because it is fake profit in the first place). On the last day the profit earned will be an absurd amount to Which Jason Howard and the "derivoption customer support" tell you to make a broker fee of %15 to "decrypt" and send you the profit. Jason also states he "trades" with derivoption and sends you his fake account with fake profits and even sends you a fake documentation of profits being sent to his bank account for proof. I was able to hear him talk once when I asked him to call me for proof. He cut the call after 10 secs stating he could not hear me. He does not have an American accent as his name would imply. I have more details to share Including screenshots of the chat with "Jason Howard and "derivoption" on WhatsApp and Facebook messenger and their scams site derivoption.com along with the emails sent to me.|