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USA: FBI Seeking Potential Victims of Cryptocurrency Investment Fraud

The FBI’s Phoenix Division has solved a variety of crypto crime cases. FBI are seeking the help of the community to find potential victims whose cases match with the list of cryptocurrency investment fraud listed below.

Please check to see if FBI has solved your case.


  1. Check the list of cases below.

  2. Check to see if your case matches and of those listed.

  3. If there is a match, click on the button and complete the FBI questionnaire.


Click on the link below to lodge your case after following steps 1-3 above.

  • The FBI is legally mandated to identify victims of federal crimes that it investigates and provide these victims with information, assistance services and resources.

  • If you believe you are a victim of any of the above listed fraudulent investment platforms, please complete this questionnaire.

  • Your responses are voluntary but would be useful in the federal investigation and to identify you as a potential victim.

  • Based on the responses provided, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information.


In this scheme, fraudsters cultivate long-term relationships with victims met online, eventually enticing them to make investments in fraudulent cryptocurrency trading platforms that funnel the funds to cryptocurrency addresses controlled by scammers.

Scammers control websites that are built to look similar to legitimate trading platforms, phone applications, and smart contracts accessed through cryptocurrency wallet software.

Once victims make an initial “investment,” the platforms purport to show substantial gains.

Sometimes, victims are even allowed to withdraw some of these initial gains in order to further engender trust in the scheme. It is not until a large investment is made that victims find that they are unable to withdraw their funds.

Even when a victim is denied access to their funds, the fraud is often not yet over.

Scammers request additional investments, taxes, or fees, promising that these payments will allow victims access to their accounts.

The fraudulent investment platforms involved in the case currently being investigated by the FBI’s Phoenix Division include:

NTU Capital Limited

Create Wealth Global

Deribitex, Deribitexin, deribit-w,

deribit-e, deribit-x, and deribit-exchange

Top Tank

Penzo Limited

Aly Financial





If you have a case outside of this list you can contact SUPPORT at The Dark Night Online to discuss options for your case.

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