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FBI: LinkedIn users falling victim to scam tactics

The FBI says this is a story we should all know about. Users have reported losing hundreds of thousands of dollars after connecting with someone on LinkedIn who they thought they could trust for financial advice. Investigators say these scammers usually pose as professionals and offer to help people make money through a crypto investment. LinkedIn has now acknowledged the problem. In fact, the company says it removed 32 million fake accounts last year.