A Canadian woman has been defrauded of $750,000 by a thug named Elon Musk, head of electric car maker Tesla. Elizabeth Bakos, who became a victim of fraud, told that her entire savings and a large amount of borrowed money have gone. Earlier this year, while she was looking for investment opportunities on the Internet, she saw a video of Elon Musk saying that a website could buy shares worth $250 each.
Elizabeth said, “I thought Elon Musk was offering his company’s shares for $250 and this was a good opportunity.” He then entered his phone number, email and other information on the website. He was called up by a person claiming that he could help him make the right investment. a media Report According to reports, Elizabeth asked the person if Musk was the only person in the video and he replied yes. The man took away a large sum of money several times by taking remote access to Elizabeth’s computer. Elizabeth was told that her investments were increasing. Some documents regarding this were also shown to him. However, later he came to know that he had been cheated and no money was invested.
From the beginning of this year to April, scammers siphoned off about $750,000 from their accounts. A tech expert said that it could be that in the video Elizabeth saw, a fraudster was trying to make people victim by posing as Elon Musk.
A $258 billion legal case has been filed against Musk for promoting a pyramid scheme of Dogecoin. of this case the inspection Its being done. Musk’s Tunnel Construction Company has also been named as an accused in the case. Complainant Keith Johnson filed a lawsuit in June in a Manhattan court in the US. Reuters reports that it is investigating whether Musk’s backing of the meme coin caused financial loss to its investors.