Adviser receives online abuse and death threats after launching anti-crypto petition

Fake reviews also posted

Sophie King
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The abuse came mainly from pro-Bitcoin users angered by Liversidge's anti-crypto campaign
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The abuse came mainly from pro-Bitcoin users angered by Liversidge's anti-crypto campaign

West Riding Personal Financial Solutions managing director and IFA Neil Liversidge has received an onslaught of abuse and death threats after creating an anti-cryptocurrency petition.

Liversidge, who has helped several clients after they fell victim to online scammers, launched the petition last week (13 January) to try and end the transaction of cryptocurrency in the UK. However,...

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