FBI Virtual Asset Exploitation Unit
Updated: May 30, 2022
If you lost your crypto, the only way to get your crypto back is to identify the scammers. We know exactly how to do it. The formation of the Virtual Asset Exploitation Unit is the latest step by law enforcement to crack down on cyberattacks, in which cybercriminals often demand ransoms in cryptocurrencies. The Virtual Asset Exploitation Unit joins other cryptocurrency efforts within the Department of Justice, including a National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET) within the Criminal Division.
Wallet transaction analysis: Trace your crypto and identify the exchange wallet address with digital forensic investigation. Once we know who is holding your crypto, we go after that criminal.
Digital Forensic: We will perform open-source intelligence (OSINT) to extract and analyze data from millions of data points on the Blockchain.
Identify the scammer: We will attack the scammers' devices directly by zero-day vulnerability to trace their IP, and identify their location and their true identity.
Recover your Crypto: We will hunt down the scammers and force them to retrieve your crypto. If anyone can recover your crypto, that is us.
How to protect myself from crypto scammers?
What to do if I have lost crypto in a scam?
We understand how it feels to be scammed and lose money. But you have to keep your head cool. Instead of being directed by your anger and frustration, take experts’ suggestions to gain control over the situation. Contact reputed and reliable cybercrime investigators to identify the fraud and get your money back. You can also take help from law enforcement authorities. But the legal procedure is time-consuming. As you need to identify the scammer before he runs away, it is recommended to contact a reliable company like Blockchain Investigative Agency.
How will you recover my crypto?
We will perform wallet transaction analysis to identify the scammers and financial institutions who are involved with the scam. Along with that, we will attack the scammers' devices with zero-day vulnerability to trace their location. After finding them, we will force them to give your crypto back. We will also collaborate with legal authorities and the media if required.
By combining state-of-the-art blockchain intelligence tools and digital forensics with traditional investigative techniques – and our experience fighting online crime and investment fraud – we deliver clear results in the most complex and challenging cases.
Online frauds, cybercrime, and cryptocurrency schemes may involve fictitious personas and stolen identities, controlled by individuals – or criminal organizations – in multiple countries. Perpetrators may attempt to obfuscate the flow of their funds across the blockchain through peel chains and layering or launder illicit proceeds through darknet markets and high-risk exchanges. However, Bitcoin and other crypto coins and tokens are not completely anonymous. Cryptocurrency transactions can be traced by investigators to identify perpetrators and determine the location of misappropriated funds. Cryptocurrency forensics and asset tracing are a critical part of the cryptocurrency fraud investigation process. It is conducted in support of civil litigation, criminal complaints, and regulatory enforcement actions.
Every cryptocurrency investigation is led by a Cryptocurrency Tracing Certified Examiner (CTCE) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Successful analysis to de-anonymize accounts of fraud schemes, extortion rings, and cryptocurrency thefts may require subpoenas, warrants, or similar legal mechanisms to positively identify perpetrators. Financial restitution and recovery efforts will also be contingent on civil or criminal court orders, possibly in multiple domestic and foreign jurisdictions, depending on the complexity of the crime and technical sophistication of the responsible parties.
How much does it cost?
We are highly selective in our commitments and engagements, and only accept cryptocurrency fraud investigations where our skills, resources, and experience can be best utilized to secure a positive outcome for our clients.
No matter how hard governments try to regulate it, the Cryptocurrency industry is still alive and kicking. Since the topic is quite ambiguous to the general public, frauds use it to scam people out of their money, with what looks like a genuine investment opportunity. If you fell into a Cryptocurrency scam, please contact us now. By helping you get your money back, we might be able to stop those frauds from scamming others. Blockchain Investigative Agency conducts cryptocurrency fraud investigations for investors, businesses, public agencies, financial advisors and law firms, and individuals person.
Blockchain Investigation Agency
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