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U.S. Accuses But Can’t Catch Two Nigerian Scammers Behind $270,000 Bitcoin Fraud

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By CCN.com: The United States Attorney’s Office District of Oregon has indicted two Nigerian nationals, Kelvin Usifoh and Onwuemerie Ogor Gift, over a bitcoin fraud scheme which is estimated to have netted them bitcoin worth over $270,000. Among the charges that the two are facing include wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering. The victims who have come forward are based in Oregon and California. The two accused men have yet to be located as the Feds contemplate triggering an Interpol red notice for help, according to The Oregonian. Nigerian nationals facing charges in bitcoin scheme that defrauded victims

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