Philippine authorities rescue alleged victims of ‘crypto trafficking ring’

An announcement was made by the report citing the Travel Control and Enforcement Unit (TCEU) of the Philippine Bureau of Immigration (BI) that it has rescued 6 victims of a “cryptocurrency trafficking ring” and the government-owned agency reveals this.
Bureau of Immigration Commissioner Norman G. Tansingco says that Bureau of Immigration officials stopped the victims as they were about to board a plane leaving for Phnom Penh on January 15 and noted that they were missing because they had fake return e-tickets. , the commissioner had said that he had given inconsistent answers when asked Suspicions were raised from the day the questions asked by the Bureau of Immigration officials were that they only appeared to be passing by as tourists but their purpose was to work in the country.
TCEU acting head Ann Camille Mina comments that he eventually accepted that he would work in a call center in Cambodia and was recruited through Facebook. officials investigate government officials
Tansingco promised to take action against any Bureau of Immigration employees involved in the cryptocurrency smuggling syndicate and added that pending the outcome of the investigation against the immigration officer who cleared the passengers for their departure has been relieved of duty or has been dismissed. The Commissioner is of the opinion that he would like to help to trace and arrest those illegal recruiters who entice employees to participate in their illegal schemes and that they are the root of the problem and should be punished for this crime. It is also necessary to be arrested for which is correct in every respect. According to Bureau of Immigration spokesperson Dana Sandoval, the Bureau of Immigration is currently investigating at least 3 individuals in the cases. He did acknowledge that this concerns us about whether or not this crypto trafficking case is related to human trafficking syndicates in Cambodia and Myanmar and it appears to be related.
Crypto crime syndicates are recruiting unsuspecting victims to scam people on social media and dating apps, especially in Asian countries, to work in call centers. One of the most common tasks for trafficking victims is “pig butchering”, which is a type of crypto scam. As per Problica report if we talk about 10000 people from all over Asia have been forced to swindle millions of dollars from US and around the world beating anyone who opposes and facing food shortage and worse problems Which certainly has serious consequences.
US officials warn that the pig butchering scam is looking very dangerous, and it is certainly becoming popular. In November last year, the US Department of Justice seized 7 domain names used in a plan to kill pigs. An FBI official warns that once you start working on social media and dating apps, these fraudsters with a certain psychology will surely trap you with their words and with it your wallet address and on the basis of your personal information you come for investment and you are released when the work is done which is certainly too much in the industry at this time and millions of people have lost their money because of this. Speaking of which, the US Department of Justice has clearly commented that don’t fall for this type of scam and definitely protect your assets and exercise caution every step of the way and whenever you use your wallet. Then as always try to remember your password or of course don’t make communications too close to any unknown person so that they don’t get the opportunity to take advantage of you.



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