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Take-Two continues to target Grand Theft Auto V beta scammers

Two more websites attempting to scam consumers with promises of access to a fake GTA V beta are being targeted by Take-Two.

Fusible reports that the publisher has already taken action against and successfully shut down both getgtavbeta.com and betagtav.com. Now two other sites are also being targeted – gta5betacode.com and grandtheftauto5beta.com.

The complaints are being handled by the World Intellectual Property Organization.

All of these bogus sites work by tricking users into downloading a file onto their computer.

Rockstar has not announced a beta for the game and, if past history is anything to go by, is unlikely to. Grand Theft Auto V will be released on September 17th.

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