The course of action is to create a platform that provides services for the exchange of currencies and cryptocurrencies. While trying to use the service, the user comes across the Telegram bot, which claims to provide currency exchange and international money transfers.

Scammers even offer to take cash from a certain place, specifying a suitable time to distract the user. However, the service also collects personal data for payment, including full name, phone number and bank details.

Kaspersky Lab’s content analyst, Olga Svistunova, advises citizens to carefully study the payment details and be careful when they are offered to transfer money to a phone number and not a legal entity.

Source: Ferra

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