John McAfee’s Team Delivered Useful Data to Arrest Alleged Crypto Fraudster Go Yongsung
Team McAfee Provided Valuable Information To Arrest Alleged Crypto Fraudster Go Yongsung
The famous and recognized Team McAfee has provided valuable information to local authorities to arrest a South Korean national alleged of being involved in fraudulent activities between 2015 and 2016. Go Yongsung has been accused of economic crims alongside Lian Lilong, a Chinese national.
Both of them have been arrested and will be repatriated from the Philippines back to their native countries. According to the Manila Bulletin, the Philippines Bureau of Immigration (BI) deported both alleged fraudsters. And indeed, BI Commissioner, Jamie Morente, explained that criminals in the Philippine will be arrested and returned back to their countries to receive the necessary punishments.
Between December 2015 and June 2016, Yongsung has been arrested since he was running a Ponzi scheme defrauding people of over $33 million dollars. Additionally, he was involved with other fraudsters of selling fake Bitcoin (BTC).
Fortunately, Team McAfee was able to help investigations and provide valuable information to capture them. John McAfee said that his team gave important information since he scammed millions of users from Team McAfee’s Crypto Tribe.
McAfee warns users about scams and fraudulent activities that take place in the crypto space. Additionally, he has also talked against centralized exchanges. Furthermore, he warned everyone that is attacking the crypto community.
On The Matter, McAfee Commented:
“The McAfee Alliance in action: information provided by Team McAfee has led to the arrest of Go Yongsung, who scammed millions from our Crypto tribe. A warning to everyone who preys on our community: We will hunt you. We will find you. We will collect you.”
In the last years, there have been several cryptocurrency scams and attacks taking place in the crypto space. For example, at the beginning of the current year, the BitConnect Ponzi and Pyramid scheme has been taken down. Regulatory agencies in the United States warned about this scam and the company couldn’t continue with its operations.
Each BCC token offered by the company was worth $400 dollars at the beginning of the year. After it, the virtual currency plummetted down to $0.5 dollars.