Yet another organization thought to be tied the multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme OneCoin has been uncovered. Central Bank of Samoa (CBS) has named the Samoa Worship Centre as being used as a front in the $3 billion OneCoin scam which promised unrealistic returns for investing in a fake cryptocurrency. According to CBS’ announcement, the church and its ministers promoted OneCoin to members of their congregation. Investigators believe that over NZ$3.5 million (US$2.3 million) has been transferred into the scammer’s accounts. Indeed, one person told local outlet RNZ Pacific, that OneCoin representatives pitched their product to the church. Several people,…

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