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      1. Dear Brian,

        Thank you for bringing this to our attention at We’re concerned about your experience with Fistim and would like to help.

        Could you please provide us with more details about the monetary loss you’ve faced due to this issue or how you were scammed?

        We will review the details surrounding Fistim and consider publishing a warning to inform others. Your input is invaluable in helping us protect the community.

        Looking forward to your response.

          1. Hi,

            Thank you for reaching out to us for help. We understand that finding yourself in a situation where you’ve been potentially scammed or are facing issues with an online platform can be incredibly stressful and unsettling. We’re here to assist you in navigating this challenging time.

            If you believe you’ve been a victim of an online scam, especially one involving significant amounts of money or cryptocurrency, it’s crucial to act swiftly to enhance the chances of recovering your assets. Here’s how we can assist:

            1. Detailed Report: Please provide us with as much detail as possible about your situation. This includes the name of the platform or service involved, how you were scammed, the amount of money involved, any communication you’ve had with the scammers, and any other relevant information. You can submit this information securely through our “Contact Us” page or directly via email. Your privacy and confidentiality will be maintained throughout the process.

            2. Consultation with CNC Intelligence: Our affiliated company, CNC Intelligence, specializes in cryptocurrency tracing, cyber investigations, and assisting in asset recovery efforts. They work closely with law enforcement and law firms to provide actionable intelligence and support for fund recovery efforts. You can schedule a free consultation with CNC Intelligence by visiting During this consultation, you’ll be able to discuss your case with a certified cyber investigator and explore potential steps for asset recovery.

            3. Immediate Steps: While waiting for your consultation, consider taking immediate steps to safeguard any remaining assets. This includes changing passwords, securing your accounts with two-factor authentication, and alerting your bank or financial institution about the potential scam.

            We understand that each case is unique, and therefore, we tailor our approach to best suit the needs of those affected by scams. Our goal is to provide you with the necessary tools and resources to address the situation effectively.

            Please remember, you’re not alone in this. We’re committed to assisting our readers and anyone affected by online scams. Don’t hesitate to reach out for the help you need.

            Ben from

      1. Dear Shannon,

        Thank you for your report about Shock Energy at We’re concerned about your experience and would like to investigate further.

        Could you provide more details to help us understand the situation better? Specifically:

        – URL or Contact Details of Shock Energy: Where did you find their advertisement or offer?
        – The Nature of the Agreement: What exactly were you promised in exchange for advertising for them?
        – The Amount Involved: How much money was involved in this agreement?
        – Steps You’ve Taken Since Discovering the Scam: Have you contacted any authorities or taken other actions?

        This information will help us review the case more thoroughly and alert others about this potential scam.

        We look forward to your response.

    1. I invested £800 in hyoerfund which changed to hyperverse. Now it is named hypercommunity and there is no way you can get your money back. BIG SCAM and feel stupid for being sucked In.

      1. Dear Joan,

        Thank you for sharing your experience with us, and we’re truly sorry to hear that you’ve encountered such a distressing situation with your investment in what you’ve described as Hyperfund, now known as Hyperverse and Hypercommunity.

        Feeling regretful or blaming oneself is a common reaction among scam victims, but it’s important to remember that these schemes are designed to deceive, and the individuals behind them are adept at exploiting trust. You’re not alone in this; many people have found themselves in similar circumstances.

        While we at expose online scams and provide assistance to victims, we recommend taking the following steps which might help in dealing with this situation:

        1. Report the Scam: If you haven’t already, report the scam to your local financial authority or the national fraud and cybercrime reporting center. In the UK, this would be Action Fraud (

        2. Document Everything: Keep a record of all communications, transactions, and any other evidence related to your investment with Hyperfund/Hypercommunity. This information can be vital for any investigation.

        3. Consult with Professionals: Consider speaking with a financial advisor or a legal professional who specializes in fraud to discuss any possible avenues for fund recovery.

        4. Cyber Investigation Services: For significant investments, you may want to look into services like CNC Intelligence’s, which specializes in cyber investigations and cryptocurrency tracing, to see if there is a possibility of tracking the movement of your funds.

        5. Public Awareness: Sharing your story on platforms like ours helps raise awareness and could protect others from falling prey to similar scams. We are planning to write a review of Hyperverse so any additional information you can provide about them will help us expose them.

        6. Support Networks: Engage with support groups where you can find solidarity and understanding from individuals who have gone through comparable experiences.

        Please know that it takes strength to come forward and acknowledge such experiences, and your doing so helps in the fight against these fraudulent schemes. If you wish to learn more about how our services might assist you or if you simply need guidance on your next steps, feel free to reach out to us.

        Remember, it’s the scammers who are at fault here, not you.

      1. well they got me for the money I could have lost my life if I could go I would have fallen under the car and I was dragging me I’m mentally I just finished talking to my psychiatrist and it’s like very upset I promise my heart I suffer from great incident that happened to me in the Army on my head and you know anything to go wrong and I am very disabled mentally body wise and he is mad so am I so I need some help please thank you very much

        1. Dear David Plaza,

          Firstly, allow us to express our deepest sympathies for the difficulties and distress you’ve been facing. It’s truly unfortunate to hear about your experiences, and we want to extend our support in any way we can.

          We understand that falling victim to scams can have a profound impact not only financially but also emotionally and mentally. It’s essential to acknowledge the courage it takes to speak about these experiences and to seek help, as you’ve done with your psychiatrist. Please know that you’re not alone in this; many people face similar challenges, and reaching out is the first step towards healing.

          While we specialize in providing information and resources to assist victims of financial scams, we believe that mental and emotional well-being is just as important. We would like to encourage you to continue working with your mental health professionals who best understand your personal needs, especially given your service in the Army and the subsequent challenges you’ve mentioned.

          If you’re in need of financial guidance or if you believe our cryptocurrency tracing services can assist you in any way, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. For immediate support and assistance, especially if you’re feeling overwhelmed, contacting veteran support services or local helplines can provide you with the specialized help suited to your circumstances.

          Additionally, we are here to guide you through the steps you can take if you feel ready to address the financial aspect of the scam you’ve encountered. We can offer advice on reporting the incident to the relevant authorities and potentially exploring ways to secure your remaining assets.

          Please know that your bravery and resilience are seen and respected. We are here to support you in finding a path to recovery and empowerment.

      2. Connie I am just like you. I was wooed,sweet talked and treated so well for 3 months. I met a knew friend that told me almost 2 years ago she was scammed by a guy she thought she was engaged to. She lost $ 3,800.00. She told me I might have a scammer. And told me what to look for in what order if it is. 2 months later I am told there was an emergency with his computer.he told me I needed to buy and send him an Apple gift card for $500.00. That was the limit for my red flags.i now new what he was and told him so. He denied itbut I said no to the gift. Card.he more or less dumped me saying I never loved him as much as he loved me. Then 13 days later calls back and tells me I could drop it down to. $ 200.00. I went and bought it, but changed my mind and never sent it. I have not heard from him . My heart and my mind are devastated. I can barely function from the loss of trust ,love and companionship I thought I had
        I can imagine how all these other women feel that lost money with it too. I wish I could be there to put my arms around their their shoulders and console them. God bless you and them.

        1. Dear Dani,

          Reading your story, we feel a strong sense of empathy for the emotional journey you’ve been through. The realization that someone you’ve developed a bond with over time could have insincere intentions is deeply unsettling and painful. Please know that your feelings are valid and what you’ve experienced is, unfortunately, a tactic known by many who have encountered similar situations.

          It’s heartening to hear that you heeded the advice of your friend and recognized the signs of a potential scam before any financial loss occurred. This was an incredibly astute decision, and while it does not diminish the emotional toll it took on you, it’s a testament to your inner strength and ability to protect yourself in the face of deceit.

          The aftermath of such experiences can be harrowing, and it’s natural to feel a loss of trust and companionship. It’s important to remember that these scammers are adept at manipulating emotions and creating false connections, and you are not to blame for the deceit they craft.

          We want to remind you that the feelings of betrayal and heartache will ease with time. Support is available, and you do not have to go through this alone. Engaging with a professional, such as a counselor, can provide a space to work through these feelings and begin the healing process. There are also support groups where you can connect with others who have been through similar experiences, which might offer some comfort and solidarity.

          God bless you too, Dani, and remember that reaching out, as you’ve done here, is a brave first step towards recovery and regaining trust in yourself and others.

    2. This person that goes by the name Julia Badun_hfx on Instagram was “referred” by another account I follow I check with the other folks and they confirmed it was real. So I trusted that it was, not understanding the situation at the time. It started with an investment of $1,000 and then there were more fees Associated with the initial investment. Then she asked me for $3050 for reinvestment of the $1,000 because of mining or something. Somehow I trust this person and gather that amount by pulling from savings and loans. The wild thing is that there’s even a website ( where I can see where all the money was going so I was convinced that it was a REAL thing. Next, she asked me to send $6750 because it was the withdrawal fee from the bank to be able to withdraw the profit amount. “I don’t have that kind of money, “ I told her and she said “ if you can come up with $3000 I can help you take out up to $20,000 and you can pay the rest from there,” I asked her if I had her word on it and found a way to come up with that amount. I would say during a three-week period it kept on being new fees including a tax fee from the IRS of $1970 again I couldn’t get this kind of money and I told her as such and she came back with “ If you can come up with $1000, I can put in the rest and you pay me back” like a dummy I took her word… since I don’t know much about crypto… I thought it was all good… but unfortunately, it wasn’t and I was left with a headache and my savings of $8722 gone. I asked her for my money back and she refused to do so, she told me its impossible. PLEASE HELP make it possible.

      1. I totally agree with.
        I also came up with same platform and I lost 4k.
        He told me he will invest in Bitcoin but I lost my everything. I am seeking for help.

    3. Sandra M Moore

      On Mar 16, 2023, I tried to rent a car through enterprise. They scammed me out of $360. James @ 855.751.2599 ext 1011 told me I would be given a 40% discount if I used Amex. I said I only had Mastercard or Visa. James said to get the discount only with amex and suggested I buy a gift card. When I called back with the card information he completed the transaction he told me I would be renting a Toyota Camry and I requested it be dropped off to me. He confirmed my address and said expect someone around 6pm with my ride. Approximately an hour later James called back and said that I had not paid the exact amount of $331 therefore he would have to cancel my reservation and re-enter my reservation with the correct payment. But I would have to pay a second time to finalize the transaction. When I asked for a supervisor he hung up and then stopped accepting my calls. Now I am getting the run around from Enterprise and the billing department. I just want my money back or to be able to get a needed rental car.

      1. ReportYourScam

        Sorry to hear that. Zelle does not offer any form of payment protection, and banks will not reimburse funds in most instances of scams. Nonetheless, there are steps users can take to try and recover lost funds, such as filing a fraud claim, contacting Zelle support, or filing a complaint with the FTC.

    4. Ordered stained glass pictures of birds. Finally received and they were nothing like what was pictured or description. Payed with PayPal. Would like to return and get refund. What do I need to do?

    5. Hi I want to report to joe hicks he stolen my money on market place Facebook he was post to sold one impact and I pay for that and he block me on Facebook now I can’t have communication whit him and no one’s doing nothing please I need help I need my money back

      1. Hi Antonio. Sorry to hear you’ve been scammed. Can you please provide a link to the website or social media of the scammer? Thanks.

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