Two Arrested in Estonia for Cheating Hundreds of Thousands in $575 Million Crypto Fraud Scheme

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Publish Date : 2022-11-22


Two Arrested in Estonia for Cheating Hundreds of Thousands in $575 Million Crypto Fraud Scheme

Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".

Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The statement said the suspects "invited people to invest in their cryptocurrency token. However, they did not develop the token as promised".Two men have been arrested in Estonia on suspicion of defrauding $575 million (roughly Rs. 4,700 crore) from hundreds of thousands of people in a cryptocurrency scheme, Estonian police said on Monday. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turogin were arrested on Sunday in a joint operation by Estonian police and the FBI and Washington have requested the extradition of the two men, the police said in a statement. "This is one of the largest fraud cases we've ever had in Estonia," Oskar Gross, head of the police's cybercrime bureau, was quoted as saying. The stat



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