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Mark Cuban’s Gmail Hacked

Billionaire investor Mark Cuban reported losing access to his Gmail account after falling prey to a hoax call, just months after more than $800,000 was stolen from his cryptocurrency wallet.

“I got hacked at my because someone named Noah from 650-203-0000 called, claimed I had an intruder, and spoofed Google’s recovery methods,” Cuban wrote in a June 22 post on X. This type of scam typically involves deceiving users into providing personal information or account credentials by impersonating an official employee, in this case, from Google.

“If anyone receives anything from after 3:30 pm PST, it’s not me,” Cuban warned his 8.8 million followers on X.

Cuban has been a vocal crypto advocate, particularly in advocating for more favorable cryptocurrency regulations in the United States.

Recently, Cuban urged the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to regulate “all crypto” instead of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), criticizing the SEC’s regulation-by-enforcement approach to the crypto industry.

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