In a case where a Canadian woman cheated on a Bitcoin equivalent to 62,500 Canadian dollars (about 48,000 US dollars) referred to as tax payment , the Canadian court dismissed the lawsuit that the woman is not entitled to claim .
The damaged woman received a telephone call from a man named the Canadian Revenue Agency and said he was threatened by arrest and forced eviction due to the tax payment. In response to this malicious fraud by a judge, when a woman deposited a Bitcoin in ATM, the judge judged that he did not have the right to claim because it belongs to Instacoin ATM Canada Inc. whose ownership is the ATM owner .
On the other hand, the judge admitted about the damage, “I regret that she was a victim of such a malicious fraud .” According to local media, the victim woman talks crying, “I want everyone to know what happened to me so that I do not have to suffer the same damage .”
Canadian police announced last December that more than 40 people are injuries of fraud that pays taxes at Bitcoin ATM, and we know that Bitcoin fraud is rampant.
While anonymity is a feature of the cryptographic currency, please also remember the current situation that its anonymity is a victim and fraud damage has occurred .
Article Source: Scam Victim Loses $ 48,000 Claim Against Canadian Bitcoin ATM Firm
Author: ぼ に フ ァ 【Coin Desk News】 – Source Post: https://crypto-times.jp/scam-victim-loses/
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