12 January 2022 Wednesday. 15:21:48 UTC
Cryptonite, eCrypto Bank
I saw an advertisement on the internet about the software that automatically trades with BTC. I left my phone number and a UK number started to call me. She explained the benefits of investing with them and helped me to deposit 1000CAD, she redirected me to Cryptonite.exchange and set up a temporary password which I changed immediately. Michael Lewis called me and said he`s the financial manager and will manage my account. We started to trade and I saw the profits and he started to push me to deposit more, which I did. I asked him many times to have a video call with me but he refused it every time. He told me to deposit more to join the “VIP category” so I can be introduced to a larger scale. I agreed. He told me the money I deposited should stay in the account and withdraw it later in order to trade with companies. A month later he told me to in order to withdraw I have to pay the interest of the capital gain, which I paid. He then claimed he has to leave for the USA because of his mother`s death and he left all the papers which needed to be signed by him. Whenever I asked about the withdraw, he started to ignore my calls and emails, then he disappeared. I saw my account has been frozen. A couple of months later Levi Smith called me and said he`s working for a bank called ecrypto-bank.com. He said someone transferred my money from Cryptonite to this bank he`s working at and they noticed it`s not legitimate. He asked me to put money to my coinberry equal 7% of the money he is going to send to me after he showed me my wallet address is not a valid address and the reason was that my account should be active with at least this above percentage. I sent it to coinberry 46200CAD. We went to my desk and he claimed he wanted to generate a new wallet in my account by the withdrawal of the money and sending it to an address pasted from a copy of my wallet address. I was doing it myself but it seems he pasted his address instead. He started to have excuses after that.