Brokeree Solutions Warns on Fake Skype Account Impersonating Them

The Estonia-based technology solutions provider noted that scammers are asking for Bitcoin payments via Skype.

Brokeree Solutions, an MT4 and MT5 software solutions provider for forex brokers, said on Tuesday that scammers are using false Skype accounts to impersonate them for fraudulent purposes. According to the statement, a specific fake Skype account sells its solutions for forex brokers and asks for Bitcoin (BTC) or cash payments.

In fact, the impersonators discuss all the details of the inexistent contract via Skype, although they decline any calls and meetings requests made by the scheme’s victims. The software provider warned that it has an official Skype username, ‘brokeree’, and only accepts payments via bank transfer in USD or EUR. Moreover, Brokeree Solutions noted that contracts are negotiated and discussed only through email and not via Skype.

Employees are allowed to only use corporate emails from the provider’s official domain email, while private meetings and presentations are arranged through its sales email. Moreover, the company pointed out that its official phone number is available for calls only during business hours and encouraged people to report any suspicions on people impersonating them via official channels.

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Other Impersonation Cases

Recently, as Finance Magnates reported, HIVE Blockchain Technologies issued a warning on several impersonators pretending to be them and are allegedly involved in fraud. Some people have already been affected by the matter and have reportedly lost money because of the scammers.

The blockchain firm published a series of screenshots that have unveiled how these fake sites are sophistically copying HIVE’s content to catch victims and make it appear legit. For example, in one of the bogus websites, the scammers noted that “this company practice advanced trading and return good profit to members,” implying that it is involved in investment fraud schemes.

In another case, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) issued a warning in August about a fake website impersonating them which was hosted in India.

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