RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Raleigh police are warning the public about a recent scam.

Officers said they have received reports of fraudulent activity involving Bitcoin ATMs.

They said victims are receiving emails and pop-ups saying their bank accounts or computers have been compromised.

According to police, the scammer gives the victim a number to call and prompts them to download a program onto their computer.

If it’s downloaded, they said the scammer can remote in and see the victim’s account information.

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“Bitcoin scammers say they can resolve the comprise and ask you to put cash in a Bitcoin ATM,” investigators said.

Police are asking any victims to report these scams to their financial institutions and the police immediately.