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Banking Scam Recovery

People with bank accounts, credit cards and debit cards are being targeted regularly. Now, banking scams are on the rise because of three factors.

First, public information on financial institutions are wide spread that people can just search their information online, second, people can make fake business accounts and maintain anonymity on the web, and third, automation tools are easily available to scammers that is why they can spread their scams to a wider network.

Banking Scam

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Get in touch with Funds Trace and book a free consultation with our reliant team of experts to discuss your case, attain details about fund recovery processes, and how to ensure that your assets are safe.

Whether it is a cryptocurrency scam, an online fraud, a forex broker scam, or any other type of fraud – we will help you build your case and catch your scammer in less than 30 days.

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Our Process

Contact us for a free case review

Our team of experts will assess your case and identify which kind of fraud had been done and whether money can be recovered or not. The case review is free so you can stop Hesitating and contact us right away.

Cyber Forensic and Legal actions

After approving that your case is valid we can move ahead in building the legal case to recover your money. Our legal department will issue the needed letters and application to the authorities that are responsible to recover your stolen money.

Get your money
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Most of the fraud victims are depressed and feel ashamed about their situation. After completing the full service and successfully recovering their wealth, they can finally feel relief. We are happy to help people recover their funds, and get their life back.

Our Speciality

Money Laundering litigation

Criminals need to launder the profits they make out of scams so that it cannot be tracked back to them. Our money laundering litigation division is expert in undercovering their actions.

Court Litigation Advisory

The Global Payback litigation advisory team is here to make sure you will exercise your rights in court if and when it will be needed

Legal Claim Management

We will exercise your rights through legal claim management. After reviewing your case and collecting all the forensic evidances of the scam, we will manage the claim to recover your funds. Contact us today to get a free case review.

Banking Claim Experts

Some of the illegal actions taken by criminals can be resolved in managing the accurate claim against the financial institutions that were being used by the scamming criminals. Our international banking expert is evaluating each case to create a banking strategy for funds recovery.

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Fraud Modeling Specialists

There are different types of scams, ponzi schemes and wire frauds. We utilize years of experience to recognize the model of the fraud of each case. Understanding the fraud model assists in uncovering the fraudsters and thus increases the chance of recovering the stolen money.

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Cyber forensic investigators

In some cases we are covering the full investigation of the online actions taken by the criminals who have scammed our clients. Retrieving the cyber footprints of the scam will assist in recovering the funds that were stolen.

We know exactly how to get your money back!

With us you will have wealth recovery experts who know all the tricks and inner workings of international scammers on your side.

With the help of our legal specialists, cyber forensic investigators, and years of experience in funds recovery, we can track and expose the fraud so you can exercise your rights and recover your money. Want your funds back? Contact us as soon as possible – every minute counts!

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Our Team

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International services

We are helping scam and wire fraud victims all around the world

Fraud Experts

We have experience in recovering almost every kind of scam (financial scam, romantic scam, investment frauds, ponzi, cryptocurrency and others)

Free case review

Our goal in life is to be able to assist as many as people as possible. We are offering a free case review so no onw would have to risk anything before we evaluate the chances for funds recovery.

Banking Scams to Watch out For

Financial Fraud

Fraud is misleading conduct committed with the goal of gaining an illegal advantage for the perpetrator or depriving a victim of a right. Tax fraud, credit card fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, and bankruptcy fraud are all examples of fraud. Fraudulent conduct can be perpetrated by a single person, a group of people, or a company as a whole.

Report a Financial Fraud!

If you are an innocent victim of this scam, fill out the consultation form and reach out to us. An expert on our team will get back to you.

Credit Card Fraud

Credit card fraud refers to any type of fraud involving a payment card, such as a credit or debit card. It could be for the aim of obtaining goods or services or to make a payment to a criminal-controlled account. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a data security standard developed by the Payment Card Industry to assist financial institutions in securely processing card payments and reducing card fraud.

Credit card fraud can be authorized, in which a legitimate customer makes payment to a criminal-controlled account, or unauthorized, in which the account holder does not provide authorization for the payment to proceed and the transaction is completed by a third party.

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Report a Credit Card Fraud!

If you are an innocent victim of this scam, fill out the consultation form and reach out to us. An expert on our team will get back to you.

Debit Card Fraud

When someone obtains access to your debit card—or your card details—and uses it to make unlawful transactions or withdrawals, this is known as debit card fraud. It’s a serious offence, and anyone who uses a debit card should be aware of the warning signals and how to avoid being a victim of debit card fraud.

You might believe that with your card safely tucked away in your wallet, you can’t be a victim of debit card fraud—but this isn’t the case. Criminals hope that by not physically stealing your card, you will not realize anything is wrong. Fraudsters can obtain your card information in a variety of methods.

Report a Debit Card Fraud!

If you are an innocent victim of this scam, fill out the consultation form and reach out to us. An expert on our team will get back to you.

Cheque Fraud

Check fraud continues to thrive in the United States, despite the fact that fewer people are utilizing paper checks. According to the American Bankers Association, attempted check fraud totaled $15.1 billion in 2018, accounting for nearly half of all bank deposit fraud that year. Despite the fact that banks stopped 91 percent of attempted check fraud in 2018, check fraud costs Americans more than a billion dollars per year, according to the ABA. Any attempt to collect money illegally through the use of paper or digital checks is referred to as check fraud. Someone signing a faulty check on their own account, forging a check in someone else’s name, or crafting a wholly bogus check are all examples of this. However, it can also refer to a variety of other sorts of check fraud.

These schemes take advantage of a federal rule that mandates banks to make check deposit money available to account holders within a few days. A fraudulent check, on the other hand, can take weeks to detect. It’s too late at that time; your money is gone.

Check fraud can come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Typically, the scammer will send you a false or faulty check to deposit and ask you to transfer back part of your own money before the bank completes the transaction and recognizes the check is bogus.

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Report a Cheque Fraud!

If you are an innocent victim of this scam, fill out the consultation form and reach out to us. An expert on our team will get back to you.

Bank Phishing Attacks

Phishing is a type of cybercrime in which a person posing as a genuine organization contacts a target or targets via email, phone, or text message to persuade them to provide sensitive data such as personally identifying information, banking, and credit card information, and passwords.

The data is then utilized to get access to sensitive accounts, which can lead to identity theft and financial loss.

Spam filters can be used to protect against spam emails. To decide if a message is spam, the filters look at the message’s origin, the software used to transmit it, and the message’s appearance. Spam filters can sometimes prevent emails from legitimate sources, thus it’s not always 100% accurate. To prevent fraudulent websites from loading, browser settings should be modified. Browsers store a list of phony websites in their cache, and when you try to access one, the URL is blocked or an alert message appears. Only trusted websites should be allowed to open in the browser’s settings.

While the user image is visible on many websites, users are required to input login credentials. This type of system could be vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Changing passwords on a frequent basis and never using the same password for many accounts is one technique to assure security. For added security, it’s also a good idea for websites to implement a CAPTCHA system. To avoid phishing, banks and financial institutions utilise monitoring systems. Individuals can report phishing to industry organizations, which can then take legal action against bogus websites. Employees should receive security awareness training so that they are aware of the threats. To avoid phishing, you’ll need to change your browsing habits. If you need to verify something, call the company before inputting any information online.

If an email contains a link, mouse over the URL first. “HTTPS” denotes a secure website with a valid Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate. At some point, all websites will be required to have a valid SSL certificate.

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Report a Phishing Attack

If you are an innocent victim of this scam, fill out the consultation form and reach out to us. An expert on our team will get back to you.

Save Yourself from Banking Scams

Banking scams are becoming increasingly more dangerous. Even if you use the wisest measures to protect yourself you might still end up getting scammed. In case you get scammed, Funds Trace is here to save the day!.

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