XcelTrip, a Blockchain Platform for Traveling is offering a reward of up to 25,000 Xcel Token which is worth about $5600 for information leading to the arrest of alleged Crypto Scammer, Devina Dutta. Anyone who volunteers information that leads to the arrest of the suspect or her restituting will receive the reward.
Dutta, an ex-employee of XcelTrip is alleged to have stolen an unspecified amount of Bitcoin running into hundreds of thousands and valuable data from her employers. Nicknamed Crypto Scammer, she forged a fake exchange listing of XcelTrip on the Huobi and Bitfinex platform and kept funds allocated for that.
A worldwide hunt has been initiated to nab her and bring her to face the rigours of the law is underway by the authorities. Huobi Global, one of the biggest Cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, is cooperating with authorities and XcelTrip to bring Dutta to book.
Dutta is an Australian born Malaysian who resides in Kuala Lumpur, the national capital of Malaysia. She was employed as Head of Business Development & Public Relations at XCeltrip.
She claims to be the co-founder of BlockBlazon, a company which hosts Elite Private Investor Series and focuses on hosting events which match blockchain projects with quality investors. Checks on BlockBlazon by QBITtimes indicated that the company is non-existent and their website is in maintenance mode.
It has been established that she holds Australian and Malaysian passports. Per Malaysian law, it is illegal to hold dual passports, and she is likely to face criminal charges for that as well.
Dutta is likely to be hiding in Malaysia, Thailand or Australia. Anyone who has any information about her where about should contact QBITtimes or Xceltrip via email@example.com
Caution To Crypto Community
Xceltrip is calling on the global Crypto community to be careful and not to deal with Dutta. They are also passionately pleading with the community to help apprehend her.
Shermain Tan Ström, Chief Strategic Officer at XcelTrip, wrote:
“Let this serve as a caution to the cryptocurrency community not to have any connection with Devina Dutta and help us arrest her if she is seen anywhere around the world as legal action has been taken against her.”