Crypto scammers are exploiting the lax company laws in the United Kingdom to carry out fraudulent activities. They create fake businesses, websites and social media profiles to give the appearance of legitimate operations, and then lure victims into investing in fake crypto projects. These scams often involve promising high returns and using various tactics to build trust with potential victims. A report by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism suggests that this problem is prevalent and growing, and that the UK government needs to take stronger measures to regulate and monitor the crypto industry in order to protect consumers from fraud. The report calls for stricter laws and more effective enforcement mechanisms to prevent these scams and ensure that the UK remains a safe and secure place for crypto investors.

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