2019 – 2021 Fresh List of Blacklisted Refund and Recovery (Trading, Crypto) Scams

2021 asset recovery scam list

(first published Sept. 26, 2019)

(See my list of recommended investment platforms here)

(Scroll down to the bottom of page to see 5 practical steps for Scam Victims)

Updated for 2020

If you’re checking this out, you’ve probably been scammed before. I know I have. After getting scammed by these binary options, forex, crypto, gambling scams (see list here), the burning question becomes — How do you recover your lost funds?

There are now several companies promising to help recover funds on behalf of scam victims in exchange for an upfront fee plus a percentage of the recovered funds. They’ll even provide testimonials to back up their claims.

The problem? It’s all wicked lies. Talk about scamming the scammed. These scums-of-the-earth will exploit you in your vulnerable state and run with your money throwing you into a fresh bout of mental and emotional hell.

(Beware of asset recovery scams. See how they operate here.)

I bet you don’t believe Mr. Michael below…but many gullible ones will

recovery chat

Many times the best advice after you’ve been scammed is to count your losses and just move on. For practical information on what to do if you are ever the victim of a scam, scroll to the bottom of this page.

Meanwhile, stay away from these mail addresses and websites used by fake assets and funds recovery agents. Contact the writer Nehemiah Isamotu (@Bett1 on telegram) to report any suspected fund-recovery scams.

2019/2020/2021 ACTIVE LIST

flashassetrecovery.com

blog.cybersploits.com

refund-guide.com (Mike Jones)

recoverassetfast.com

premiumrecoveryinc.com

scamsrescue.com

adriapalacio@yahoo.com

petmich432@gmail.com

oxpahat.org

iphonemaillingapps@aol.com

oxomarhackers.com

assuredrecover.com

wealthrecovery63@gmail.com

changpaul37@gmail.com

calvinlee764@gmail.com

virginiajason3@gmail.com

morklaw.com

binaryoptionassetrecovery.com

deftrecovery@gmail.com

kathrynbaker450@gmail.com

yandex.com

fortunerecovery.com

Ew5599013@gmail.com

callumskei80@gmail.com

mansradsecurities.GQ

hacktools@tutanota.com

rexwealthrecovery.com

cyberhackservices@gmail.com

hacknet@cyberservices.com

recoveryexperts@gmail.com

e-assetsretrieval.org

5 Practical Steps For Scam Victims (ICO, crypto, binary options, forex)

  • Stop all contact with them immediately: Do not think you can appeal to the scammers’ emotions. Scammers are better at that game than you.
  • File a complaint with the appropriate authorities here:
    Report the scam using FINRA’s Investor Complaint Center here.
    Report the scam using the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaints Center here.
    If the scammer or platform is traced to any of the following countries/regions — United Kingdom, United States, European Union, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Cyprus, Israel, file a complaint here.
  • Seek emotional support after the scam: You can talk to a non-judgmental friend who will sympathize with you. In the absence of that, you can call Victim Support (Independent Charity) for free. They offer free 24/7 helpline where you can speak to someone confidentially. Call 0808 16 89 111 or request online support here.
  • Stay up to date by following the scam list here and here.
  • Learn from your experience.

(See my list of recommended investment platforms here)

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