AFL Planning - Experiences: Investment scammers make funds disappear
AFL Planning pretends that investors are granted the very best opportunities to make fast and safe money while trading online at the same time. At AFL Planning, everything is investment fraud. Nothing is traded at AFL Planning. The money has landed right into the pockets of the investment scammers. Not a dime has been invested. Everything the investor sees on their screen is fake. Can you report similar experiences? What can investors who have been scammed by AFL Planning? What help is there for investment fraud? How can investors get their money back from dubious providers?
AFL Planning: Affirmations on the website are dubious and unserious
What must the astonished investors read on www.alfplanning.com? "Since we started, the number of clients has grown exponentially. Today we count more than one million active traders on our platform. We measure our success by the success of our traders. This results in a satisfactory average return on invested capital on our platform." This is just a small passage of text of the implausible affirmations that interested parties can find on AFL Planning's website. None of these given promises of AFL Planning were kept. Unfortunately, the dubious business practices rather provide for disappointed investors and miserable experiences!
AFL Planning: Who is behind it?
Investors will have a hard time answering this question because the AFL Planning makers do everything they can to conceal the true circumstances. In principle, this is nothing unusual, because the perpetrators often operate several of these websites with the same fraudulent business model. Such ones are created in advance, put online without stopping, and just as swiftly taken offline again, moreover, the top-level domain is often changed to confuse financial regulators and law enforcement agencies. But who runs AFL Planning? There is little usable information on the aflplanning.com website in this regard. Neither the operator nor a business address is given. There is only the usual support e-mail address, but no telephone number.
AFL Planning:Scheme of the investment fraud
The investment fraud runs again and again after the constant pattern: Investors put in at the beginning a small sum - usually 250 euro -, are impressed, with how fast this amount increases and are therefore ready to "invest" ever higher sums. The disputes open up as soon as an investor wants to have his money paid out, because then ostensibly taxes, commissions, fees, or whatever else must be paid at once. Unfortunately, many investors realize much too late that they have fallen for investment scammers who never intended to pay out the money again.
AFL Planning: What help is there for investment fraud?
How to proceed in the case of investment fraud, many affected investors ask themselves, because filing criminal charges makes little sense because criminal charges are primarily for prosecution, but not for recovering the money. What kind of help is available for investment fraud and how do the aggrieved investors get their money back? The lawyer specializing in investment fraud must know how to follow the money because as they used to say, money isn't gone, it's just somewhere else. Now it can be added to that: It is challenging, but with the right tools it is possible to track money digitally regularly - even if it was transferred with Bitcoin via a Crypto Exchanger.
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