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The truth -- it is another part of a scam and designed to further empty your purse or wallet.
In any event, this "investigator" is either a scammer or someone who is willing to profit from the victim's pain and loss.
They promise to identify who the scammer is and for an additional fee have them arrested and bring them to justice.
If the investigator is based in Nigeria or any other West African country (and more recently in Malaysia and the United Kingdom), they are also most likely a scammer.
While these "investigators" make it sound good, after they have supposedly located your scammer, they need additional money to have them arrested and brought to justice.
After that the scammer will draw them in further ending up actually using the victim to scam other people.
We were informed by the FBI, about a woman they dealt with who has visited her scammer four times. After that, she started getting drawn in to help her "love". Turning in evidence can get her a lighter sentence.
There are some that are showing associations to different investigative organizations.
We spoke with the FBI about the affiliations and were told that they are PAID associations and anyone can be a member if they pay the fee. The FBI also has told us there is NO WAY for anyone to really trace who the scammers are from this end.
When she came back from the fourth visit, she was petrified with all that was going on and went to the FBI. However, she is now under protection as she is so involved in the scam that her life and the lives of her loved ones are in danger. Once she stopped cooperating, then she and her family are in grave danger.
Fake Investigators: We are aware of “detectives” or "private investigators" who are offering their services for a fee to track down a person's scammer.
After being scammed you are put on a “contact” list by the scammers.
You will be receiving random instant messages and emails from people you do not know. Please immediately block them and report them as "spam".
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