Is werecoverfunds legit or a scam?

Recently our Intel team came across werecoverfundlmt, they claimed to be “an investigative and consulting hired mainly by victims of online fraud to help them get their money back.”

Visiting their website, we noticed several red flags. First, there wasn’t any address listed on their website, just a telephone number, and two email addresses.

We also caught a typo on the home page, bad grammar and poor spellings are synonymous with scam websites as English is sometimes not the first language of the scammers.

Next, we noticed that there’s no information about owners, management team, or staff on the website. Doing a web search using the email “[email protected]” listed on the website, we find it is listed in a review of another website “wehelponfunds.com.”

Checking the review on Scamadviser, we find that someone named Jerry had reviewed the website calling it “100% Scam.”

At this point, we also search for werecoverfundslmt.com on scamadviser and find another worrying review.

From the review, we can see that after promising no upfront payment, they still tried to extort money from the reviewer.

The strongest evidence we could find linking these two domains together is that they were registered by the same person Helponrefunds Bruce

Doing a further review of the website, we noticed that they weren’t any social media handles. Doing a search on Instagram, we found an account with the username darkweboj that had the website listed on its profile.

A Google search of the email address “[email protected]” listed on the profile, shows that it was posted as a comment on a post about a romance scam

This comment reveals how the person behind werecoverfundslmt operates. Basically, he posts messages pretending to be a victim of a scam and claims their funds were recovered by his fake recovery agency.

A quick search showed several other forums where the website is mentioned

During the course of this investigation, we also came across other scam websites offering recovery services. Below is a list,

  • lucrerecoup.com
  • financialreimbursement.com
  • thefraudlabpro.com
  • recoverytemple.tech
  • investmentbloom.com
  • atriumforensics.com
  • trackforcerecovery.org
  • corecrypto.tech
  • recoveryempire.com
  • chargeitbacks.com
  • lallroyal.org
  • blockchain-chargeback.com
  • reduxrecovery.org
  • cyberspace101.com
  • assetfixrecoverynetwork.com
  • activebonorum.com
  • efundsrecovery.com
  • royalfinancialrescue.com
  • solutionglobalrecovery.com
  • financialspringrecovery.com

From the foregoing, Our advice would be not to trust any website offering to recover your money after you’ve been a victim of Binary options, Cryptocurrency, or Catfish scams. Rather, report the incident to the law enforcement agencies or government-licensed agencies in your jurisdiction authorized to deal with such cases.

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