MTI investors urged to ignore bogus Bitcoin recovery offers
Investors under siege of Mirror Trading International (MTI) were asked to ignore unsolicited offers from individuals claiming to have the ability to trace and recover their missing bitcoins. This warning from court-appointed liquidatorswas made after reports emerged that several MTI investors received such bogus offers from people claiming to be agents of cryptocurrency organizations.
According to a report , these agents called have asked MTI investors who might be interested in their services to pay them in bitcoin. However, in his warning to investors, MTI co-liquidator Adriaan van Rooyen rejects the agents' claims. He said:
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Instead of responding to bogus claims, van Rooyen reminded MT I investors who want their bitcoins back missing they have a better chance if they cooperate with the short-named liquidators . According to MTI's liquidators, investors can initiate this cooperation by registering and submitting their claims online.
In the meantime, on the webpage that was specially created for this inion process, explain to liquidators how MTI investors are supposed to submit their claims. However, liquidators warn that every claim will be verified and investors submitting more than one claim will have those claims rejected.
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