Crypto Currency Investigations in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Crypo Currency Investigation Unit
Crypto Currency Scams and Fraud in Hong Kong are on the rise due to the increase in online activity, internet fraud, rogue crypto trading platforms, fake traders and insurance fraud at exchanges (theft of wallets). Digitpol's specialized cryptocurrency investigation team investigate crimes that involve or utilize blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Digitpol deploys investigative techniques to undercover complex transactions taken place on the blockchain. Digitpol has 2 teams that investigate crypto currency crimes, they are located in Europe, The Netherlands and for Asia, Hong Kong.
Digitpol investigates theft of wallets, tracing of transactions, rogue Initial Coin Offerings (ICO's), rogue alt coins, rogue trading platforms and rogue offerings on the blockchain. Digitpol has the ability to monitor and trace transactions from Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin ABC, Cardano, Bitcoin, SV, Litecoin, EOS, Tezos, Stellar, Monero, Dash, Zcash, Dogecoin, ALT and new currencies, in some cases when funds are transferred off the blockchain, we can undercover the identity of users of crypto currencies.
Digitpol's Crypto Currency Investigation Unit investigates hacking incidents on crypto currency exchanges, hacked accounts and unauthorised transfer of assets.
The common scams are telegram crypto scam, tinder crypto scam, dating app crytpo scam, these scams are on the rise. If you have met a person online and they steer you into investment, stop and report the case. Genuine investors don't use these platforms.
We assist Financial Investigation Units trace illicit funds, trace the movements of crypto currencies and tokens, trace flat money been transferred through the blockchain economy, we investigate, identify and assist with the seizure of wallets and accounts.
What Happens When You Report a Case To Digitpol?
If you report a case to Digitpol we will examine the data that you have provided, if evidence exists and we are in position to assist you, we will start an investigation, the first step is the detail all the evidence into a report so that the fraud is clear.
The second step is a report to the Police, you can do this yourself and use our report or we can submit the report on your behalf, to do this we require a power of attorney, once the Police starts an investigation the entire matter is in the jurisdiction of the Police, during this period and in agreement, we may provide additional information or new evidence to the Police.
In the event you have transferred funds to a bank account in Hong Kong, we will issue a notice of the fraud to the banks fraud department.
What are Digitpol's costs to investigate my case?
Digitpol is a private agency therefore we charge for the time to conduct research. The costs is based on our hourly rate of 150USD per hour or an agreed set fee for the case. We do not charge commissions or percentages. The first stage of the investigation is an interview, this is a fee of 22USD.
How can I avoid the costs?
If you report the case to the Police there is no costs.
To report the case to Digitpol, is there a cost and what will it cover?
If you report a case to Digitpol using the form below, the cost is 22USD, this covers the time for our agents to read the file, look into the evidence you supplied, in some cases we may ask you for more evidence such as screenshots of the communications with the fraudsters or further evidence related to your case.
In the majority of cases the evidence contains a website or a company, we will start to check the website's meta data and the companies presence in Hong Kong. If you have transferred funds to a bank in Hong Kong and you have presented sufficient evidence of fraud, we will issue a notice to the bank. This fee covers the first stage of an investigation known as an "intake" or "interview", during this we may prepare to present the case to the Police.