A report published by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) says that cryptocurrency-related scams are continually growing, becoming the second most risky of 2019 among North Americans.
According to research from trust-gauging organization published on March 2nd, scams averaged about $3,000 in losses for businesses and charities within Canada and the United States.
The usual tactic, the study claims, is that of false promises of a "significant" return on investment in cryptocurrencies.
With such figures on the table, it represents a notable uptick since their 2018 report’s numbers, which put average losses at $900.
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