Warning: Scam Recovery Companies Posing as Wealth Recovery
It has been brought to our attention that more fraudsters are out there posing as Wealth Recovery International in an attempt to dupe victims of binary options fraud once again. The audacity of these scam artists has no limits, they are posing as one of our lead in-house attorney Tami Hamm using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org – This is a FAKE EMAIL ADDRESS and not connected to Wealth Recovery International whatsoever. We were contacted by numerous victims of binary options fraud who brought to our attention that email address was ..@gmail.com and not …@wealthrecoveryint.com as all our emails are. This is one of the tell-tale signs of someone one posing as an official entity when in fact they are the opposite. It is the reverse side of the coin of the binary options scam. Unfortunately, it is those who were behind the initial binary options scam that have all the data on who lost what, when and how. This gives them the advantage of knowing who to contact when the pretend to be from a recovery company – all in the hope of defrauding their victim a second time around. There really is no low that these people will not reach.
Do not interact with anyone at this email address – We know who these actors are and we have taken the appropriate legal action against them.
We are winning the fight against the binary options scammers – this is just more proof of what we are doing is threatening the multi-billion dollar binary options scam industry.
Be very careful with who you share your details with. If you notice anything suspicious please contact Wealth Recovery International immediately and of course, do not give any money to anyone without first ensuring that they are who they say they are.
Attached below is the copy of the fake legal agreement sent from the impersonators. Be warned if you see a contract like this or spot something else suspicious to contact us and ensure you are not being duped by someone posing as Wealth Recovery International.
Fake Email Address Recovery Scam:
To copy a website can take some time and effort on the part of the scam recovery company. We are very successful in pulling down these fake recovery companies. As a result, we have noticed that the scammers are turning to simply faking an email address in the hope of duping a victim to part with their money. Below are two screenshots of emails sent out by fraudsters posing as Wealth Recovery International.
Notice the tell tale signs of this being a fake entity: email address is not of a business but just a Russian generic e-mail account: email@example.com, the low quality of English and the fact that these scammers are trying to bill $2,000 based on hourly work that does not exist.
If you spot anything suspicious, be sure to contact us before you do anything.
Chambers & Co Scam
Another scam recovery company targeting victims of binary options fraud. Chambers & Co is the latest that has targeted binary options victims.
They, like all fake recovery companies are using fake names and are not a registered company. It is more important than ever to do you due diligence. Make sure that that company you are speaking to is legitimate. If you have been contacted by a recovery company that you are suspicious of, please get in touch with us as soon as possible.
We have been successful in closing down numerous scam operations already.
Get Financial Scam
This fake recovery company is using our targeting our clients and using our logo in its fake contract. In the same fake contract they have put their “credentials” of how they are incorporated in the UK…only one problem, the company that they claim to be was registered on a different date, with a different registration number and they have nothing to do with the clone site of getfinancial.
No one by the names of “Adam Jones” “Shawn” or “Gary” has ever worked for Wealth Recovery International.
If anyone contacts you claiming that they work with Wealth Recovery International – check with us before doing anything.
If you receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org – contact us before doing anything