Alleged Crypto Scams Cracking Through Google’s Ad PoliciesThe advertised website appears to be used as a buffer before the user is seemingly automatically redirected to the Yuan Pay Group page. This user appears to have fallen into a false sense of security. The alleged scammers are also using the “Coindaq” name, which is a crypto analytics platform but not an exchange platform and resides under the .net top-level domain. In their complaint, the investor is requesting Google check into the ad to help prevent further fraud. Google has imposed strict guidelines and has been in the past wary of promoting cryptocurrencies. While Google does allow some crypto ads, they are restricted to crypto hardware products and crypto exchanges, according to the company’s ad policies. In recent months, Google’s ad policies have been bypassed already by scammers. BeInCrypto previously reported that Uniswap phishing scams appeared on the ad platform.
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