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Binary Options Fraud Recovery

Binary options are extensively recognized as one of the most accessible ways of getting introduced to the financial markets. The speed and depth of its penetration in the retail segment has been truly overwhelming in the last 7-9 years. Although, it is recognized as a legitimate investment vehicle, the increasing volume of scam stories easily overpowers its success stories. The undeniable truth however, is that there are alot of money to be made from it because not all binary option brokers are fraudulent. Ultimately, the resulting effect of investment misinformation is huge loss to the investor.

The attractive traits of binary options are its simplicity, straightforwardness, absence of commissions, and its binary outcome. All of these imply the possibility of capitalizing with maximum payout on minimal market movements; contract amounts as low as 1 USD and available short time frames, sometimes less than a minute. Binary options are marketed as a legitimate investments, but they are also considered extremely high-risk instruments, and when unregulated they are considered in many cases as fraudulent.

Cryptocurrency Fraud Recovery

Global Assets Recoveriesoperates as a consultant for all issues relating to the cryptocurrency industry. Our expertise is in the pool of professionals under our network, who specialize in providing professional advice on digital fraud and related disputes.

Romance Scam Recovery

Global Assets Recoveriesoperates as a consultant for all issues relating to the Romance scams. Our expertise is in the pool of professionals under our network who specialize in tracking anyone down.

Credit Card Skimming Scams

Card skimming is the copying of information from the magnetic strip on the back of a credit or debit card.(Credit Card Skimming Scams). Once your card is skimmed, scammers can create copies of it, charge purchases to your account and receive cash advances that will be debited to your account.

Business Email Compromise (BEC) Scams

Sophisticated scammers employ malware to hack into the computer networks of billing departments in order to obtain lists of real customers. Those who don’t have access to such advanced technology can always call the targeted victim, introduce themselves as a supplier and ask who the invoice should be sent to.