XRP Scams: Don’t Fall for the Trap!

Bullet Points:
– Recently, a clone of XRP, called XRPC, has been catching the attention of investors.
– XRP has had several cases of people posing as Ripple-associated entities and offering shoddy investment schemes.
– In an event of bizarre Twitter account hacking, the XRP scam was also advertised on the official Twitter account of GOL TV, an American Sports Broadcaster.

Recently, another news of a clone of XRP, called the RP Classic (XRPC), has grabbed the attention of several investors. XRP is a popular digital asset and its technology is being adopted by many enterprises around the world. It is important to be aware of the suspicious activities that can surround the XRPC token and the scams that may follow.

One of the most common forms of XRP scam is the wrong impersonation of Ripple Chief Executive Officer Brad Garlinghouse. Many times, the hoaxers pose as Garlinghouse and present an extremely enticing investment opportunity, like the standard doubling of one’s money. People who accept the bait are then left with no recovery of money and essentially no way to go about retrieving it.

In an event of bizarre Twitter account hacking, the XRP scam was also advertised on the official Twitter account of GOL TV, an American Sports Broadcaster. The hack was reported by the company as soon as they noticed it and they disabled the account as soon as they could. The account was then restored and the malicious post was taken down.

The XRP scam has become an international issue and is becoming harder to control. It is important to remember to never fall for any kind of investment scheme that claims to double your money, especially if it is not backed by any contracts or regulatory supervision. Be aware and do not be scammed.