To educate people to take action
If you have been conned into paying into an online bitcoin investment scheme, or similar, through a website that claims to provide glowing financial returns – but doesn’t – and instead have been ripped off and your funds are lost, there are a few things that you can do to create a safer environment for everyone on the internet.
If you paid via crypto-currency, then the chances of getting any of your cash back are quite small. In fact, the “authorities” tell us plainly that since crypto is not a recognised legal tender then they cannot help to retrieve the funds. That is, it is not likely that you get any money back.
How To Report Fraud to Authorities
Follow the instructions at the following pages to learn how to report fraud and scams in the way that the Government encourages you to do it.
How To Stop Scams from Spreading
Follow the instructions at the following pages to learn how to report the source of scam content in order to remove it from the internet.
- Reporting Scam Websites to Web URL Filtering Companies
- Reporting Scam Websites to Social Site Evaluators
- Reporting Scam Websites to Domain Registrars (coming !)
- Reporting Scam Websites to Hosting Providers (coming !)