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Victims of Fraud

In today’s society it can be extremely difficult to differentiate genuine businesses from fakes and fraudulent companies that are simply a front to obtain your confidential information. The rise of e-commerce has created multiple opportunities for criminals to create elaborate schemes to con you out of large sums of money or obtain your bank account details for illegal activity.

There are some very clever fraudsters in the world who can fool even the most experienced, perceptive business people.

Security fraud covers a wide range of scams and deceptive activities. These include:

·         Boiler Rooms

·         Ponzi Schemes

·         Advance Fee Schemes

·         Pyramid Schemes

·         Foreign Currency Fraud

These can all be very plausibly presented by these elite tricksters to get you to part with your hard-earned cash. Many people feel embarrassed when they realise they have become a victim of one of these fraudulent schemes. However we urge you to report it and get the experts involved as soon as possible, as this increases the likelihood we will be able to trace recover the funds you have lost.

Sec Tech UK has an enviable record of success in not only investigating and unravelling these scams as well as identifying the perpetrators. After we have traced and found the money or assets, we then set about recovering as much of it as we can and returning it to the victim.

"Sec-Tech UK's aim is to deliver the highest standard of close protection, surveillance, investigation, security reviews, specialist security consultancy & advice and to become recognised and acknowledged as the UK's top provider of specialist, bespoke security solutions, discreetly, professionally and ethicallyā€¯

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