BitLucky, a Croatian-based cryptocurrency exchange, allegedly harmed at least 700 customers.
The list of the Croatian newspaper Jutarnji announced that hundreds of customers who had deposited money with the company could not access their savings, and the 30-year-old director of the company, Luka Borazer, has not been located.
It is reported that Borazer, who allegedly disappeared with the money of citizens who invested between 2,000 and 66,000 euros in cryptocurrency via the company, had his mobile phone and social media accounts closed and he could not be reached.
It is reported that the company accepts investments with a one-year agreement, invests in cryptocurrencies and promises income from 5 to 25 percent to its clients.
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