I originally bought some shares from a broker and I now know I was scammed.
I saw this website online, they use seo techniques to get people to their site and it looks very much like they are a company operating a recovery scam. They say on their website that they can help to recover any money that has been lost through a boiler room scam.
They say they are trying to warn people about fraud but they appear to be a fake recovery room scam.
I'm not100% sure but I think its all a scam, they started emailing me saying that they could help and then started asking me for donations. It all seems a bit strange as there is no individual that I can contact, they do everything over email and they hide their domain registrar information. There is a post on a site that suggests they use a DNS switching service.
I am assuming that you need to be regulated to give investment advice, legal advice or you have to be registered as a charity to accept donations. I do not see any evidence they are registered online.
I have tried emailing the BBB but I have had no response. It seems this website has been around for a over 2 years defrauding investors that have been already scammed once. They talk about regulators to give themselves some sort of credibility but it all seems strange that I cannot contact anyone in their company on the phone and they don't have a listed office. It looks like they go to great lengths to hide who they are. If a company was legitimate wouldn't you be able to go to an office or call someone on the phone?
I'm not sure who to turn to for help as I have emailed Google complaints, BBB, FTC but there has been no response.
This website needs to be shut down!
This is not the only website they have, they also have 3 other websites doing exactly the same thing:
This is the profile of the person pertaining to the site, how do I check this is a real person? I see no evidence online that this person even exists.