What intrigued me about this case however was the idea of the scam, as it was done through a SIM card hack. The regular multiplying tricks and the ransomware are known to us all, anyway the idea of this trick was considerably more complicated. It appears to be that Conor, along with six others, looked for their victims via web-based media (social media platforms) and afterward got their email address and private contact numbers through the mobile providers. They then copied the SIM card of the victim, and therefore was able to recover the passwords, etc.
When captured, Freeman had just spent over 150k US dollars. This is the ideal opportunity for us all to be extremely cautious with crypto as it appears to be that this is another trick strategy that I have never found out about. It is likewise critical to get all passwords far from your telephone as these can be hacked. Such passwords are better kept as a printed version to keep this from happening to any other individual later on.