See How Crypto Recovery Really Works

Crypto Recovery Really Works

This is How Crypto Scam Recovery Really Works 

Broker Complaint Alert (BCA) shows how crypto scam recovery really works in 3 quick and easy steps. I am excited because this is the first time the crypto recovery process is explicitly made available for everyone to see. 

I’m going to make this as simple and clear as possible. This is how the crypto scam recovery process actually works.

Pay attention to the chart below and understand that you cannot skip these steps.

  1. Blockchain Forensics: This is the stage at which we produce the evidence you need to have a chance. Blockchain forensics uncovers the path that your money took on its journey through the blockchain. Along the way, it will document all of the scammer’s attempts to launder it. We display everything in a format that law enforcement can easily understand.
  2. KYC Identification: In this stage, we identify who the person is who has your money. KYC stands for Know Your Customer. The KYC is information about the crypto exchange that hosts the wallet that received your crypto. It includes the name, address, and ID number of the wallet owner. That person could be the scammer. Or a money launderer. Or a “money mule,” which is a fancy name for a dupe. The KYC is obtained by law enforcement from the crypto exchange based on the evidence we produced through our forensic blockchain investigation in the previous step.
  3. Crypto Scam Recovery Mechanism: Once you know who received your crypto, the mechanism for retrieving it can be determined based on the circumstances. It could be one or several parallel actions. The most common is for the police to execute the recovery themselves, working with the exchange to freeze the wallet and prosecuting the KYC. It could be through negotiations with the KYC. It could be by initiating a civil case against the KYC. It could be that the final cryptocurrency exchange simply decides to send the same amount of cryptocurrency to you in a new transaction. And there are other ways it could happen as well.

At the end of the day, you need to take the first step by reviewing your case through an in-depth discussion with us. That will also be your chance to ask questions. Begin your free consultation and analysis right away.

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