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A woman who lost her late father's life savings after investing in Bulgarian 'Cryptoqueen's' OneCoin pyramid scheme has recalled the 'devastating' moment she realised her and her loved ones were not getting their £250,000 back.
Jen McAdam, from , appeared on This Morning today to warn viewers about Dr Ruja Ignatova's reported scam, which saw the Scottish woman lose her £8,600 inheritance - her coal miner father's life savings. 
Last month, German-Bulgarian Dr Ruja, dubbed the 'Cryptoqueen', was added to the 's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list after allegedly defrauding investors worldwide between 2014 and 2018 with her $4 billion cryptocurrency pyramid scheme.
She is now wanted for $100,000 and investigators believe Dr Ruja, as she styled herself, was tipped off in 2017 after a U.S.

District Court in New York issued a warrant for her arrest, leading the alleged scammer to travel to and disappear. 
Jen McAdam (pictured), from Glasgow, appeared on This Morning today to warn viewers about Dr Ruja Ignatova's reported scam, which saw the Scottish woman lose her £8,600 inheritance - her coal miner father's life savings
Last month, German-Bulgarian Dr Ruja (pictured), dubbed the 'Cryptoqueen', was added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list after allegedly defrauding investors worldwide between 2014 and 2018 with her $4 billion cryptocurrency pyramid scheme
Speaking on the ITV programme today, an emotional Jen said: 'My best friend introduced me, someone introduced her, and then she introduced me.
'She knew I had a certain amount of money that my late father had left me when he passed and I was was looking for somewhere safe to put that.
'He lived until he was 92, he was a working class man, a coal miner, he didn't drink, he didn't smoke, he was just happy that he could leave this amount for his family.

And I invested the money into OneCoin.'
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Former business woman Jen joined OneCoin in February 2016, and was impressed by Dr Ruja being pictured on the cover of Forbes magazine, which specialises in wealthy individuals, as well as her credentials, such as a law degree from Oxford, followed by a stint working for McKinsey & Company, the respected global asset management firm.
'So convincing,' said the Scot.

'I was so ecstatic,' she added, before explaining that the investment spread like wildfire within her community, with loved ones giving £250,000 to the scheme overall.
Investors could sign up to buy the currency which would then appear in their account - and because more and more people would join, said Dr Ruja, the value of the currency would go up.
Speaking on the ITV programme today, 비트겟 an emotional Jen (right) said: 'My best friend introduced me, someone introduced her, and then she introduced m
>>But in 2017, Jen, who at one point had believed her original stake was worth nearly £100,000, realised it was a scam. 

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