YouTuber and streamer Tyceno was the first to expose the scam из Megaomgchen блога

YouTuber and streamer Tyceno was the first to NBA 2K22 MT expose the scam that convinced gamers to part with thousands of dollars in hopes that they could earn thousands. Tyceno had written "I have strong reasons to believe @StepBackRack played a role in an illegal pyramid scheme that took place in the NBA 2K Community where more than $200,000 was stolen from young victims who were vulnerable with the hope that they could "flip the money'."

It's unclear whether Rack or Raangee were aware of the scam or whether their accounts were compromised. We've tried numerous times to reach them and were unsuccessful.

According to Tyceno together with other alleged victims who spoke to us, "Rack" reached out to a number of young gamers through the game's voice chat feature. The terms of service prohibit using the feature for unlawful motives, commercial uses or to bet money on other players. 2K is the company that publishes NBA 2K, has not ever responded to repeated inquiries for information.

Tyceno said Rack demanded large amounts of money from players and promised them astronomically high return rates of as high as 40%. One person aged 21 has told us that he suffered a loss of $6000, but was to be compensated $11,000 due to the "interest" the victim was supposed to get. "The scam began by this dude Rack posting hundreds of thousands of dollar bets in order to make a show of how much money he actually had."

A 17-year-old victim filed an anonymous cybercrime report through the Australian Cyber Security Centre. The victim claimed that Buy 2K22 MT he suffered losses of $6,000 due to the scam. "He [Rackexplained it as making a loan, and being repaid with interest," the teenager stated. He had a great reputation in the community, and he was able to trick me and others to pay large sums of money.


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