YoBit.net platform policy loopholes have paved the road for frauds and cheats that pose as the staff and are more than willing to take your crypto-currency.
These are highly trained con artists, which are very convincing and some are even able to send emails that apparently come from the website’s official account. Though people have become aware of these scams, a number of people still fall prey to these attacks.
The scammers have these common characteristics.
- They are very convincing and to the unsuspecting eye are no different from the website’s staff.
- They target people living very distant from them.
- They make surreal references to reinforce their assertions.
- They give little time for payment and prefer strange paying options
- It is easy to stop them by doing some research beforehand.
The clients are thrown off guard by the usernames these frauds use that appear to be from the official accounts, for example, if the real account is YobitExchange they will be using Yobitsupports.
Yobit.net has been keeping personal information highly confidential and all we know is that a firm in Russia runs the platform. The frauds are most probably just as far away and even more concealed.
The frauds strike when the client is most desperate by saying that they can fix your issues in a day or less, so naturally, the clients that have been trying for months to bring their digital wallets online, fall for them.
These cheats give ridiculously short deadlines and unusual payment addresses, remember that if it really were the official account they would ask you to pay through the official portal.
These swindles can be avoided by initially validating their email addresses and asking for help and support online. Before making any such transactions one should consult an expert in the matter.