Hugh Jackman Investing Cryptocurrency

Hugh jackman investing cryptocurrency

Hugh Jackman Used in Bitcoin Scam

A new crypto scam has used the image and name of Australian actor Hugh Jackman to promote its bitcoin fraud and mislead new investors.

The scammers have posted on a fake news website that the X-men actor discovered a wealth loophole in which anyone can become a millionaire in a matter of four months.

Reportedly the scam was mostly pitched to Australians, promising unfeasible returns of 10,000 percent.

The landing page of the bitcoin scam was designed to look and have the same tone as a mainstream news website.

But there are many red flags showing that this is not a legitimate website.

Hugh jackman investing cryptocurrency

For one, all when you click on any link on the page you will be redirected to a site that was designed to collect user information.

Secondly, the site claimed it had a high number of comments, almost 4,000 and 12,000 worth of social media shares.

But if you click on the comments you will be redirected once again to the same information-collecting site.

The fake news story also claimed that the actors fans were devasted as Jackman announced that he would retire from acting and get into crypto investment.

Hugh has announced that he is expecting to double the value of his investment in just half a year.

Also, if the user enters the page and scrolls down, the following pop up appears:

There is also no legal or corporate information featured at the bottom which all legitimate organizations should have.

Regarding the article itself, which is titled Hugh Wolverine Jackmans Latest Investment Has Experts Shocked & Amazed but Big Banks Are Terrified, the ad banners features Jackman given a speech with the Bitcoin logo in the background.

But upon close inspection, you can see that Jackman has been cropped and inserted into the image to give the appearance that he was speaking at a Bitcoin event.

To only thing they probably got right as opposed to other scams, is that the article was written in intelligible English.

The scam claimed that Jackman provided the details of a wealth loophole in an interview with Australian media personality Waleed Aly:

And right now, my number one money-maker is a new cryptocurrency AutoTrader Program.

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Its the single biggest opportunity Ive seen in my entire lifetime to build a small fortune fast.

The scam also claimed that banks want to shut down the investment opportunity for good, which generates a sense of urgency that investors need to get in on it while they can.

The scam also claimed that the National Australia Bank, Australias top financial institution, had tried to stop the airing of the interview in which Jackman presented the scheme.

To make things more believable, the scammers also posted a fake list of transactions in which Jackman make tens of thousands of dollars on a weekly basis.


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Tags: Confidence trick, Hugh Jackman, Bitcoin, Australia, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Waleed Aly, Fake news website, Loophole

Hugh jackman investing cryptocurrency