Bitcoin transactions are irreversible, meaning once Bitcoin is sent
to another wallet address, it can not be returned. So, never send to
someone you do not trust or know! A scammer asking you to send
Bitcoin to a wallet they control means they can avoid reciprocating
their end of the exchange once they have your Bitcoin. Remember the
old saying, “If it appears too good to be true, it probably is,”
when investing with Bitcoin.
If you send funds to a scammer, DigitalMint will not be able to help
you get your money back! THINK before you send.
Never purchase Bitcoin on behalf of someone else with funds they
have given you to do so.
A government agency or police department will NEVER ask you for
A government agency or police department will NEVER call you
directly inquiring about payments.
Scammers frequently prey on emotions such as fear of reprisal or
excitement for an opportunity. Always do your research or call our
Customer Support team if you have any questions or concerns about
Bitcoin scams and fraud!