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ReportYourScam consists of a team of scam recovery experts who have set up this website to help warn the community of online scams, especially cryptocurrency scams.

We can offer assistance to people who lost money to any online scam.

However, we focus primarily on cryptocurrency scams like Bitcoin and other crypto coins (altcoins).

Cryptocurrency scams are currently the most widespread (and often the most financially devastating) type of scam.

Some people have lost their whole life savings, which can often amount to hundreds or even millions of dollars.

Cryptocurrency Scams

At ReportYourScam.com, our specialty is cryptocurrency scams, though we can offer advice for any online fraud. 

We concentrate on cryptocurrency scams due to their increasing prevalence in recent times. This trend is primarily attributed to how blockchain technology has simplified the process for fraudsters to anonymize financial transactions.

Why are cryptocurrency scams so common?

There are several reasons for that.

For one thing, some early investors in Bitcoin made a fortune when the coin reached an all-time high of almost $70,000 per one Bitcoin on November 2021; now, many people hope to replicate that success by investing in Bitcoin and altcoins. 

Secondly, people perceive cryptocurrencies as an anonymous way of transferring money.

Scammers think they can have huge sums of money transferred to them and then disappear.

Connect with our Cryptocurrency Forensic Specialists for a free consultation by completing the form below:

    Fortunately, we here at ReportYourScam.com are experts in exposing scams and assisting with recovering money sent to scammers through crypto payments.

    So if you have come across a scam that has caused you or others to lose money, please let us know so that we can warn others and also so that we can provide you assistance with recovering your money.

    Can Cryptocurrency be Recovered?

    Recovering cryptocurrency lost to online scams is challenging due to the anonymous and irreversible nature of blockchain transactions.

    Here are some potential ways it could be attempted, though none of them guarantee success:

    1. Report to Authorities: Immediately report the scam to your local law enforcement agency. They may be able to collaborate with international authorities and cybersecurity experts to track illicit activities.
    2. Report to the Crypto Exchange: If the scam occurred on a cryptocurrency exchange platform, report it to them. They might have security protocols to trace the scammer or freeze the involved accounts.
    3. Legal Action: If the scammer can be identified, you could take legal action. However, due to cryptocurrencies’ global and anonymous nature, identifying the scammer is typically very difficult.
    4. Online Community: Report the details of the scam on related forums such as ReportYourScam and social media platforms. The crypto community can be very supportive; someone may recognize the scam or provide helpful information.

    Cybersecurity Assistance

    Or you can take the easy way and get Cybersecurity Assistance: Some private cybersecurity firms specialize in blockchain analysis and could potentially trace the scammer’s wallet or track the movement of the stolen cryptocurrency. Again, this isn’t a guarantee of recovering your funds, but it could assist authorities in their investigation.

    Some companies, such as CNC Intelligence, have tools such as Chainalysis capable of tracking the movement of cryptocurrency across the blockchain. This could potentially lead to the identification of the scammers, mainly if they try to convert the stolen cryptocurrency into fiat currency through a regulated exchange.

    We at ReportYourScam recommend that you contact CNC Intelligence because they streamline the entire process for you, guiding you through each step. They will trace the funds and tell you what you must report to the authorities. They can also recommend a lawyer specializing in such cases and work with law enforcement to recover the funds.

    Remember, recovering stolen cryptocurrency is incredibly challenging and often not possible. Scammers typically use advanced techniques to stay anonymous and untraceable.

    The ReportYourScam Checklist for Victims of Online Scams

    Here’s a comprehensive step-by-step guide on what to do if you become a victim of a scam:

    1. Report to ReportYourScam.com: Your immediate action should be to report it to us. You can do this via email or commenting in the forum section below. We will provide personalized steps to minimize your losses and recover the funds.
    2. Stop All Contact with the Scammers.
    3. Preserve All Evidence: Also, it is crucial to save all documents, receipts, emails, text messages, or logs of conversations that could be used as evidence of the scam.
    4. Contact CNC Intelligence: Most importantly, reach out to a cybersecurity company called CNC Intelligence for a free consultation.
    5. Report to Local Law Enforcement and your Bank or Financial Institution: Report the scam to your local law enforcement agency. If the fraud involves money transfers or credit card transactions, immediately report the scam to your bank or credit card company. 
    6. Change Your Passwords: If the scam involves your online accounts, change your passwords immediately. Make sure to use strong, unique passwords for each account.
    7. Stay Informed: Keep yourself informed about the latest types of scams to protect yourself in the future by subscribing to the ReportYourScam newsletter.

    Examples of Online Scams You May Report to ReportYourScam.com

    Online scams have become more sophisticated and can take many forms. Here are some common types:

    • Phishing Scams: These scams typically involve fake emails or websites that resemble actual, trustworthy companies to trick individuals into sharing sensitive data like usernames, passwords, or credit card numbers.
    • Romance Scams: Scammers create fake profiles on dating websites and social media platforms to lure individuals into online connections. Then, once a relationship is established, the scammer will request money or personal information.
    • Investment and Ponzi Scams: These scams promise high investment returns with little risk. Ponzi schemes involve using money from new investors to pay old investors rather than actual profits from an investment.
    • Lottery or Prize Scams: These scams inform victims that they’ve won a lottery or prize. But they must pay a fee to collect their winnings.
    • Online Shopping and Auction Scams: These scams involve the creation of fake websites or ads for non-existent goods. After payment, the goods either don’t arrive or differ significantly from what was advertised.

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      1. I was almost scammed by someone pretending to be from Xfinity, they offered 50% off my bill if I paid $500 up front and I would have no bill for 6 months then my bi would drop byb50%. They wanted me to pay using a Target gift card , they sent txt messages making it look like it came from Xfinity and gave me a confirmation number and Xfinity billing number – it was all a scam.

        (Reported Phone Number: 800-314-0325)

        1. Thank you for your report! It’s important to note that legitimate companies like Xfinity will never ask for payments via gift cards, and any such request is a red flag for potential fraud. The phone number you’ve provided does not seem to be an official Xfinity number. It’s crucial to always verify any communication directly with the service provider through their official contact channels. Remember to always exercise caution and verify the legitimacy of any offers or unsolicited communications.

      2. Joan polked-tibbs

        Whom I thought was a friend messaged me as asked did I know about the DHHS free Grant program also telling me he had checked it out and I was eligible to which I replied NO. He then put me in touch with a “so called” agent who asked me for the usual info and told me I was eligible for One hundred thousand,then started asking me for money, was then was then told how lucky I was, I was eligible for $30000.00 from there she was asking for MO’s, then cash . I finally realized th so=called friend had hacked my friend’s account, so have to assume the so-called Agent and him were in cahoots. Finally got for me for $10,00.00 plus.

        1. ReportYourScam

          Sorry to hear you were scammed. It’s important to always be cautious when someone contacts you unexpectedly and offers you something that seems too good to be true. In this case, it seems like your friend’s account was hacked and used to lure you into a fraudulent scheme. Unfortunately, once you sent the money, it is unlikely that you will be able to recover it. It’s important to report the scam to the authorities to prevent others from falling victim to the same scheme. Additionally, it’s a good idea to change your passwords and be more cautious about giving out personal information online.

      3. Good evening
        I tried to rent a car with a company by the name of Book me car rental. The reason I tried to get a car is because there was a death in our family. They scammed me out of $355.00
        They go by the number of 8557512599. They told me to buy an American Express gift card. When I called the gift card company, they told me to call the company Book me car rental back, to see if they can give me back my money. I said there’s no way they will give me back my money if they just scammed me out of my money, but I still tried to call the car company back to see if they would refund me. At that time, I realized I was blocked. Thirty minutes later I called the police. When I called the police, they told me there was nothing that can be done because the charges were pending. Then the police said, if the charges went through, call them back. Hours later, the transaction went through. I called the police back, and they said, there’s nothing that can be done. The police told me to call the scam car company back, to try to get my money back. I explained to the police that the book me car rental company had blocked me. We used different phones to try to call them back, then they’ll tell us to call back later, because they had no more cars at that time. When I tried to call back later in the day(off different phones) they realized we (my family and I)were all connected. Please help me get my funds back. I have the card and the proof of purchase. Thanks in advance.

      4. I was scammed out of 6100.00 I was told I could get a government grant to pay off my bills and they told me to pay with gift cards ,which I have copies,zelle payments and PayPal pmts. Is there anything that can be done? It started with Agent Julie Leech ,see Facebook page ,then she gets a Marcus Rollins involved . He also has a Facebook page. They communicate through messenger. Please help me

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