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As the community grows, scammers continue with airdrops. Only official Sui twitter account.
Steps to Take after Discovering Fraud You just realized you were scammed. That trade or investment you made was a fraud. Now what do you do? The sooner you take action, the better you can protect yourself and help others. Getting all of your stolen money back may prove difficult, but recovery is about more than just regaining your losses. These steps can help you guard against further theft, report the fraud, and start the recovery process. They are for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal or investment advice or a comprehensive list of solutions. Your first steps should focus on stopping further losses and gathering the information you have about the scheme and the perpetrators while it is still fresh. Then, report the crime as soon as possible. The sooner you report, even if you think the matter is insignificant, the easier it will be for the recovery experts to track down the fraudsters or stop others from being victimized. Next, look into how you can repair the damage and avoid fraud in the future. 1. Do not pay any more money This may sound obvious, but some schemes use the promise of large returns to persuade victims to send one fee after another, even when the victims suspect something is wrong. These fee frauds have increased significantly on the web in recent months. Typically, legitimate brokers will deduct fees and commissions from your account, and not demand more money to release your earnings or principal. U.S. brokers will never withhold or collect taxes. 2. Collect all the pertinent information and documents While the events are still fresh in your memory, develop a schedule and collect documents and information that could help when it comes time to report or investigate the fraud. Write down conversations you had with the fraudsters with the approximate dates and times they took place. Documents and information to collect and keep include 3) make use of reliable and trusted recovery specialist. I'd suggest you make use of ATOMGRIM Atomgrim is a cutting-edge scam recovery firm founded to help anyone who has been a victim of an online scam. Thousands of cyber-criminals can be found on the web, each attempting a new and inventive method of stealing your money, whether through a Crypto Trade, Fake Tax Collectors, Forex, or the old Binary Options scam. You can contact them via their Website: WWW, ATOMGRIM, COM
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- I'm talking about the scammers who use the SuiGlobal logo to offer airdrops, maybe you misunderstand it. I am not talking about this site