Yes. Scammers work in a network chain, are linked to one another by a common thread, and are geographically widely spread. They usually adopt the more or less same set of patterns and outlines. Their modus operandi is nearly the same. Scam Helper has a tie-up, association, or affiliation in different geographical locations with local lawyers and legal experts. The set of rules varies among different countries for the same offense. Local firms know how to deal with local laws in their jurisdictions.

We track down the fraudster and get him arrested in his jurisdiction. With the help of a local authority, we see that the scammer’s assets are frozen. In place of financial settlement, we try to recover fully invested funds and recovery expenses incurred from forex scams, cryptocurrency scams, binary scams, bitcoin scams, and many more scams.

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