In recent days a dangerous fraud has been circulating involving the pilot Charles Leclerc and the Bitcoin Revolution scam.
It presents itself as news of Caffeina Magazine, but it is sufficient to check the address of the website on which it is published to understand that in reality it is not published by Caffeina Magazine. Everything that’s written in that article is fake.
It states that the famous Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc said on the La7 Italian channel, during the “L’aria che tira” program led by Myrta Merlino, that he is earning a lot thanks to an unlikely “wealth loophole” which can make anyone become rich in just three or four months.
This would be an automatic cryptocurrency trading program called Bitcoin Revolution, all of which is clearly fake.
First of all, the article was not published by Caffeina Magazine, but by someone who has nothing to do with the magazine and who published it on a website simulating the graphics of Caffeina Magazine. This should be enough to understand that this is a scam full of lies.
Moreover, Charles Leclerc never appeared on the Italian program and never said these things, precisely why no confirmation of this is found.
Finally, even Bitcoin has nothing to do with it, because in reality the “automatic cryptocurrency trading program” does not exist: it’s just a smokescreen to persuade the unwary to give money to the impostors who promote these scams.
The way the Bitcoin Revolution scam works
The criminals ask for a payment of €225, but in return they offer nothing. Quite often, the unfortunate people who believe in these scams are shown numbers that increase on their website, to persuade them to make more deposits, in order to squeeze even more money out of them.
The reality is that the money sent to them will never return back in any form because all they claim is just lies that are used to convince the unsuspecting people to give them money.
Unfortunately, these scams do work, to the point that in the past they have involved, unbeknownst to them, dozens of other famous people, such as the goalkeeper of Juventus Gigi Buffon, who also received the “Tapiro d’Oro” prize from the Italian TV show “Striscia la Notizia” for having been involved in these cases.