Criminals are executing carding fraud and getting money in and out of the Fortnite system with relative impunity,

Criminals are executing carding fraud and getting money in and out of the Fortnite system with relative impunity,” Benjamin Preminger, a senior intelligence analyst at Sixgill, told The Independent Threat actors a malicious person or entity are scoffing at Epic Games’ weak security measures, saying that the company doesn’t seem to care about players defrauding the system and purchasing discounted V-bucks… This directly touches on the ability of threat actors to launder money through the game.”
The report continues, saying that these criminals seem to be scoffing at Epic Games’ weak security measures.” Benjamin Preminger, one of Sixgill’s intelligence analysts, believes that Epic simply does not care about players defrauding the system.” Preminger recognizes that these criminals have had little incentive to stop using V-Bucks as a means to launder money, as this fraudulent behavior of V-Bucks has been taking place for a while now.
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The freemium game is so popular that its developer, Epic Games, banked $3 billion in 2018.
Epic Games takes these issues seriously, as chargebacks and fraud put our players and our business at risk.
Money launderers are increasingly using virtual currencies in games like Fortnite to wash their illicit funds.
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