How to Get your Money Back from Scammers

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How to Get your Money Back from Scammers

Have you been searching for how to get your money back from scammers? If you have been fraudulently charged on either your debit or credit card, or coerced into paying and was scammed, we would advise you to immediately either visit in person, or call your financial institution that issued you the card. Open a fraud dispute on all charges incurred, file fraud charges against the committers and cancel your card numbers… then get new card numbers issued to avoid more fraud charges in the future!  You can learn how to file a chargeback to get your money back here.

Most of these scammers and scam companies will offer you zero help with a refund, you must take matters into your own hands! Sometimes they will promise you that they will refund you to buy more time… Do not fall for that, from our experience most victims will never see a refund. They are counting on enough time to pass that your fraud claim time limit window will expire, ultimately allowing them to keep your hard earned money! File the dispute ASAP or open a dispute with PayPal and Immediately escalate it, if you paid through PayPal to get your funds back! The longer you wait to dispute, the less chance you have of getting your money back. This is your hard earned money, fight for it! You can learn how to open a dispute with PayPal here.

If you find that you are past your window to file a dispute with your financial institution, or were denied for any reason, please do not hesitate to File a Complaint with the CFPB at this link here:  https://www.consumerfinance.gov/complaint

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), is a U.S. government agency that makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly.

They will investigate and can sometimes get the payment reversed and taken back from these scam artists even if you lost your fraud dispute with your financial institution due to the scammers lying! Stay vigilant and good luck!

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