Fake Company Tricks Influencers, Others Into Investing Half A Million Before Completely Disappearing

A fake food delivery company succeeded in tricking influencers and celebrities to promote a cryptocurrency token, bilking investors out of $500,000 before completely vanishing off the internet, according to multiple reports.

A company calling itself “CryptoEats” began paying British influencers and celebrities earlier in October to promote its brand, billing itself as an alternative to food delivery services like UberEats and Doordash in which customers could pay for their meals with cryptocurrency, Vice reported.

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