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Squid Game crypto scammers make off with R32 million

1 November 2021 7:34 PM
Tags:
The Money Show
Bruce Whitfield
Scam
Farzam Ehsani
cryptocurrencies
scamwatch
VALR.com
cryptocurrency scam
crypto scam
Squid Game
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Farzam Ehsani, cofounder and CEO at VALR.com.

After rising by 100 000% in less than a week, the anonymous person/people behind the SQUID cryptocurrency have pulled the plug, making off with about R32 million.

SQUID peaked at $2861 before falling to $0.

Squid Game, Netflix (© rokastenys/123rf.com)

RELATED: Squid Game Cryptocurrency Scammers Make Off With $2.1 Million - Gizmodo


The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Farzam Ehsani, cofounder and CEO at VALR.com (scroll up to listen).

The SQUID token is not available to our customers…

Farzam Ehsani, CEO - VALR.com

In the last few hours, it has lost 99.999% of its value… A lot of people were left holding nothing of value… A lot of lessons in this story.

Farzam Ehsani, CEO - VALR.com

This looks like a potential scam… There’s no connection whatsoever [to Squid Game on Netflix] …

Farzam Ehsani, CEO - VALR.com



1 November 2021 7:34 PM
Tags:
The Money Show
Bruce Whitfield
Scam
Farzam Ehsani
cryptocurrencies
scamwatch
VALR.com
cryptocurrency scam
crypto scam
Squid Game
squid

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