World No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic has found himself in still another controversy, for certainly no fault of his own.
A couple of days back, a literary interview with the tennis celebrity was published on the world wide web, using an announcement where Djokovic was reportedly boosting a scam ‘Bitcoin age’ program. According to Blic.rs, the literary remarks attributed to Novak Djokovic affected hordes of individuals to put money into the program.
The report says that the site with the meeting was made only to disperse this bogus message. The website claimed the 2020 Australian Open winner spoke about the app on a Serbian TV show.
The way the fraudsters utilized Novak Djokovic’s title due to their scam
The false Novak Djokovic interview concentrated on a schedule called the ‘Bitcoin era.’ Here is what the fraudsters composed in the quotations’ segment:
“My principal means to bring in money is a fresh application of automatic cryptocurrency trading referred to as “Bitcoin age”. It’s the very best chance to get a small fortune in a brief time period I have ever observed. I encourage all to try it until the banks closed down it.”
The natives then morphed a photograph of Novak Djokovic and also added a ‘Bitcoin age’ picture on the monitor.
“Perhaps you are skeptical as it seems too good to be true. I am happy I tried it since it was the most important and easiest money I have ever produced. I am discussing daily passive earnings, which amount to tens of thousands of dinars. This is the quickest way to stock upward on cash at this time. However it won’t last long since an increasing number of people will find it and the banks will probably close it down indefinitely,” the fraud announcement in Novak Djokovic read.
The site also said that the National Bank of Serbia had arranged the information stations to not broadcast the Novak Djokovic interview at which he allegedly made those claims.
Novak Djokovic’s legal group noted the stressing developments on the world wide web, and they issued the following announcement:
“The text and also allegations on the subject of Novak’s alleged announcement on cryptocurrency trading aren’t correct. None of the details from this text are true or have some foundation in fact. To be able to stop additional speculations in that respect, the thing was taken over by Novak’s legal group, which will, by the legal perspective, deal with it.”
While Novak Djokovic’s legal team takes care of the issue, the Serbian star will gear up to make his return to the ATP Tour. His hardcourt sessions have almost confirmed his participation in the US Open 2020; the 33-year-old from Belgrade will be looking to win his fourth title at Flushing Meadows this year.
Published 03 Aug 2020, 23:53 IST