Beware! Global Recovery International Pretending to Be Us
Continuing Wealth Recovery International’s ongoing quest to expose the truth, we want to warn users of a scam we believe is being perpetrated against Wealth Recovery and against you. While we hope other recovery asset companies are helping recover scammed funds, unfortunately, many of these so-called recovery companies are not who they say they are.
Wealth Recovery doesn’t have any partner websites. We are in no way affiliated with a company called Global Recovery International, who appear to be pretending to be associated with us. This company has copied the content and design of an older version of our website, and we believe they are pretending to be us in an attempt to collect money from you. We have approached the website owners and asked them to take down the site, but to our disappointment, legal requests do not happen overnight.
We believe that Global Recovery International has been soliciting our clients, offering them a similar service to ours, and asking for payments upfront. One of their clients approached us trying to ascertain the connection between the two companies after he paid Global Recovery International $8,000 to help him recover a $19,000 loss. This man is now being asked to pay more money and is unsure if his money will be recovered or not.
In our opinion, Global Recovery International is not working to recover your funds nor do we think they are working together with lawyers. We want to emphasize that Wealth Recovery does not ask for payment. We are an intelligence gathering agency and we refer victims of binary options scams to reputable law firms. We are paid by the lawyers to whom we provide intel. We warn everyone to be vigilant, and we have compiled a list of tips to keep you on the safe side of the recovery asset process.
- Legitimate recovery asset specialists work in partnership with attorneys and will be proud to mention this. Associating with attorneys indicates that this company is able to recover your funds.
- Verify your attorney’s credentials. You can look online to find any attorney’s bar association membership, and you can also check if their licenses are up to date.
- Recovery asset specialists should not be contacting you unless you have asked for help first. This could mean you filled in a form online, emailed or phoned up the recovery company yourself.
- A legitimate recovery asset specialist should not ask for payment upfront.