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Chinese language mafia forcing Filipinos to work for crypto scams, says Philippine Senator

A dozen Filipinos have been rescued from an alleged Chinese language mafia-run cryptocurrency rip-off in Myanmar, Philippines Senator Risa Hontiveros mentioned in a authorities plenary session on Monday.

19 thoughts on “Chinese language mafia forcing Filipinos to work for crypto scams, says Philippine Senator”

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  2. > A dozen Filipinos have been rescued from an alleged Chinese mafia-run cryptocurrency scam in Myanmar, Philippines Senator Risa Hontiveros said in a government plenary session on Monday.

    This is the ENTIRE article.

    One paragraph.

    Really.

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  3. This happens a lot in India too. Young and ambitious people graduate college and think they are going to start a promising career. They don’t know anything about the job or the scam until it is already too late and they have to start doing it. I have even read about people moving to other countries to do these kinds of jobs only to end up in this situation.

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  4. tldr; A dozen Filipinos have been rescued from an alleged Chinese mafia-run cryptocurrency scam in Myanmar, Philippines Senator Risa Hontiveros said in a government plenary session on Monday.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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  5. It’s insane how many college educated people are being lied to and sucked into these shit situations. Tons of people at the Indian scam call centers are recent college grads that just get scammed and stuck there

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  6. This happens all the time in all kinds of industries. But it’s a perfect opportunity for Yahoo to create some bad news for Crypto. Where is the article about Chinese mafia forcing Filipinos to produce shoes for Nike?

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  7. For the length of the actually article, it might as well have said “alien abduction”..
    Just a bunch of words alleging something happened. I believe something like this exists, but where’s the journalism?

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  8. Here in Argentina i seen some people being recruted to handle telegrams and other groups for crypto scams… I think that in poor countries they take advantage bc even $200 its a good salary and people will say ok let me know what to say

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  9. There are people calling out these crypto scams in the Philippines especially during the rise of Axie Infinity.

    Unfortunately, “investors” deny the facts and call them FUD. They call people who are speaking against these schemes old-school, anti-tech, anti-science, boomer, and they should just have fun staying poor.

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