Has anyone heard of these 2 company for recovering money?

matbigdoc

Recruit
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Do you have any direct experience with these 2 company for recovering money?
scamsrecovery.com
winaclaim.com
Think they are scammers too, because they are asking upfront payment.
Please share your feedback.
Thanks
 

Pharaoh

Colonel
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Do you have any direct experience with these 2 company for recovering money?
scamsrecovery.com
winaclaim.com
Think they are scammers too, because they are asking upfront payment.
Please share your feedback.
Thanks

Let's see . . . . . .

The scamsrecovery.com domain was registered on July 30, 2020 after being dropped by a prior owner.

They claim to have recovered money from companies that shut down years ago. That's all the warning you need to realize this is a company to avoid.

Googling a sentence from one of their testimonials shows the exact same words on more than one suspicious looking recovery site. Even if the original testimonial is true, do you want to play a guessing game about which company it's for and which companies stole the text?

They promise fast and easy success, but give no details on how they can achieve this. That's standard for recovery room scams.

The winaclaim.com domain was registered on January 24, 2019 after being dropped.

This one gives at least some hints about how they work. The information is still far too vague.

BIG up front fees for most things and a claim of quick resolutions. Even simple chargebacks can stretch out to months, and anything more complex would typically take far longer.

They offer some sort of class action option for a fee, but give no information other than a breakdown of things like photocopying costs and courier fees. In the real world, those would vary wildly depending on how much paperwork is involved. They also list transportation and accommodation costs. Wow, so they can either get around in their own city (wherever that is) or fly around the world and stay at a reasonably nice hotel long enough for court hearings, etc for under a couple hundred Euros. In the real world, asking a lawyer to spend an hour sitting in traffic would cost more than this, and there's no way to say "but costs will be divided among clients" when they expect all clients to pay a flat fee up front whether there are 10 clients or 10,000 clients participating in the lawsuit. All this and more for 25 euros less than they charge to trace a crypto transaction.

I checked two of the reviews at the bottom of the page. They were stolen from GlassDoor reviews for WealthRecoveryInternational, which is one of the earlier recovery room scams.

Looks like a fancier version of a recovery room scam site to me.
 
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