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August 20, 2017, 02:47:40 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?
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August 20, 2017, 08:47:57 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.

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August 21, 2017, 06:01:32 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.

Nearest police station? Where they would even cost you more heart breaks than before. You can report for record purpose though, but don't expect anything tangible to come from it because the knowledge has not spread to the career officers who have been in service for decades and couple with the fact that the transaction could cut across borders with costs of conducting an investigation will even be more than the amount intended to be recovered. The most important is to be more careful and move on.

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August 21, 2017, 12:13:36 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.

Here in my country, we already have a law focused on cybercrimes and a special division of the police was put up for this purpose. However, I think ordinary policemen are already equipped to deal with cybercrimes. As more and more people get into the online world, we should be expecting an increase in cybercrimes, that is for sure. Well, scams are everywhere online and we have hacking and phishing. I too have been a victim of phishing lately but I just cry and never reported the said thing as I am sure police could not help me.


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August 22, 2017, 02:29:54 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?
report to the police,cybercrime is a crime,some countries have introduced
teams to fight the cybercrimes specifically,UK issued instructions to the police on how to retain btcoins
Australia and the US are working closely with the exchanges to prevent money laundering crimes etc.

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August 22, 2017, 04:01:51 PM
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We are report to police.
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August 22, 2017, 07:04:43 PM
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You have to report of your nearest Police Station.. Then they can handle it if your country legalize and have permission about crypto currency because so many countrys are not allow crypto currency and use it. If your country don't permission use crypto currency the how could you report of police because you also include of criminal list about money laundering issue when you use any crypto currency. 

So if you face any crypto crime then you can try to report your nearest police station the can help you.   

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August 22, 2017, 08:32:42 PM
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HOLD ON HOLD ON

What kind of crypto crime?

First off, the police cannot help you with most things at all. They can only help with things in the purview of the state, really, and anything that offers extradition. For example the Bitcoin network doesn't and cannot offer extradition. There are no provisions for that.

If you report a crime, are you sure you won't be the one confessing a crime to the police? The answer could very likely be yes, whether it's true or not.

This is the biggest downfall of cryptos in general, the fact that they basically exist in another "country" almost. The gateway has a slightly fickle nature to it. But luckily it's still miles and miles better than regular fiat etc.

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August 22, 2017, 09:06:18 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?
report to the police,cybercrime is a crime,some countries have introduced
teams to fight the cybercrimes specifically,UK issued instructions to the police on how to retain btcoins
Australia and the US are working closely with the exchanges to prevent money laundering crimes etc.
That's right. In the EU they are taking these things seriously.
This Czech citizen, who stole a lot of money from a dark web marketplace was quickly found and arrested. You might've heard about this case.
https://www.deepdotweb.com/2017/04/21/sheep-marketplace-owner-indicted-face-years-prison/

So, if you were a victim just go to your local police and they will send the papers to their cybercrime division. If it's a small amount don't expect them to act, but with big money they can be relentless Cheesy

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August 23, 2017, 04:44:34 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

There is a specific branch of police 👮 enforcement that the function is for cybercrime activities. And if you have like Federal bureau of investigations it is better you go to them directly because they have machinery of tracking those hackers than the local police.
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August 23, 2017, 06:16:09 AM
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1. Mediate, Except for gadgets who discount super cheap direct step 2

2. Sharing and threat data will be spread to the trusted community

3. Report to the police

4. Report to the bank
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August 23, 2017, 09:42:42 PM
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If you live in an european country that knows Bitcoin, the police application will not be wrong, the police will lead you, the computer is no different than the crime, after all the crimes related to hacking are not punished.



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August 23, 2017, 09:53:49 PM
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Usually, each government will have their own site specifically designed for handling cyberscams. Just search up 'online scam report' and your country's name, you should get a government website that pops up.

Just don't expect anything. Remember that scammers come prepared and most will cover their identities. Even if they get caught which is highly unlikely you will probably get nothing to compensate.

Operating any sort of investigation across border is hard, let alone having an online one, with people hiding under pseudonyms and using VPN and Tor. Just make sure that when paying with BTC please use an escrow, btc is irreersible and this is the only way to lower your risk of getting scammed.














 

 

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August 24, 2017, 12:58:22 AM
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google the name of your country, and "cybercrime", then follow the trail.

If you are in the EU, you should find information at the Commission level.
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August 24, 2017, 06:57:58 AM
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Well there is a difference between cyber crime and cryptocrime. Cybercrime you can easily report to the cyber cells of your police forces, but reporting crypto crime is a bit risky. Since in most countries cryptos are illegal as of now, so forget any help from the Police in case of crypto scams and all. Instead, there have been news of people reporting for crypto crimes being questioned by the authorities!!!

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August 25, 2017, 12:46:19 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.

It is good for you if there's a nearest police station that having a specialized in cybercrime. In my state of country, there's nothing in the police station who specialized this crime. except maybe in the capital city. Its a huge problem as long as we use this cryptocurrency as investment, You can't get a cybercrime protection. may I know what kind of crypto crime over you? Private key stolen or wallet hacked. Or maybe something else.
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August 25, 2017, 06:27:40 AM
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This is one key weakness I have with bitcoin because there is no way scammers can be gotten even those advanced countries that have specialised units for cyber crimes which bitcoin falls under the category, I don't see them dedicating quite an amount of their resources over a few thousands dollars and this is something that will be hard to implement couple with the fact that the culprit could be domiciled in another country.

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If you live in an european country that knows Bitcoin, the police application will not be wrong, the police will lead you, the computer is no different than the crime, after all the crimes related to hacking are not punished.

Exactly. Crime is crime, if its offline or online. The police want to see crime reduced , it is literally their tax funded job to assist you with this. Depending on where you live, they will refer you to the cybercrime department (like, everyone has one of these, you have to live in the freaking outback for this not to be the case). If they can't/don't, your federal government has a cyber crime division; if it doesn't, as a bitcoin user, you should actually consider moving away if possible, LOL. if you were defrauded by a known business/ public actor, you also have the option to file a civil suit in most jurisdictions; the burden of proof will be on you in this case, and its difficult to subpoena financial records from wary institutions when you are not a LEO.
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If you don't seem got the answers as of this moment, it is better to go the authorities now and asked about it. It will be good to have a conversation with them related to the issues you've been raised. And post it here for others will know especially those who were the same country that you belong. One of this days I'm looking forward to inquire about it in our national Bureau of investigation.
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You can go to your nearest Police Station, and tell them about the crime .
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Where to report a cybercrime?

If your country has regulated the cryptos then should be some laws related to them.  If cryptos are legal in your country then, there must be cyber cell at your local police station; you can go there and register your complain. I am not aware about any special authority who is responsible to look after such crypto crimes.

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You can try but don't get your hopes up if nothing happens. I can imagine many police wouldn't even know how crypto works let alone investigate it.
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Where to report a cybercrime?
Same as any other kind of crime, go to the police.

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Going to the nearest police station is a first step, but in most case, they are not trained to react to this type of criminality...
I am not sure they will take efficient actions

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Where to report a cybercrime?

Internet-related crime, like any other crime, should be reported to appropriate law enforcement investigative authorities at the local, state, federal, or international levels, depending on the scope of the crime. Try to report unbordered crime in both locales; in a ideal case, both agencies will have to communicate in order to share details/evidence in the case, and it should be easier for the agency to obtain records in its own locale. Citizens who are aware of federal crimes (you really dont have to worry about this, but it will save you the time of getting interviewed by more than one agency) should report them to local offices of federal law enforcement instead. If you go to the lowest man on the totem pole with this, then understand they will pass the case up the chain of command, and you will be subject to presenting your case every time it switches agencies.

just because it involves bitcoin, doesnt make it a cyber crime. if you got robbed, or had a paper wallet stolen or snatched, the regular cops work just fine Wink
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Where to report a cybercrime?

We know how hard to tracked such crime when in fact most crimes committed on internet has only low rate of success.. But in things like this,, trying to report in agencies working around modern technologies and equipments the possibilities is much higher.. Every country and states has that particular office and it would helped much if you contacted or inquired ahead of time when those crimes still undone..

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How can I report to police when bitcoin is not even recognized in my country LOL

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How can I report to police when bitcoin is not even recognized in my country LOL

I think that is not logical at all, all crimes that harms you or even anyone you know with or without any recognitions by government or law against it as long as it cause damages to you or to your family. Can be reported on any local police and be investigated by the authorities for any reason. That's what they we're mandated to perform. I don't think they have the right to refused for in the first place they are public servants.
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How can I report to police when bitcoin is not even recognized in my country LOL

I think that is not logical at all, all crimes that harms you or even anyone you know with or without any recognitions by government or law against it as long as it cause damages to you or to your family. Can be reported on any local police and be investigated by the authorities for any reason. That's what they we're mandated to perform. I don't think they have the right to refused for in the first place they are public servants.

Well, the problem is that whatever happens with Bitcoin effectively pretty much happened in another country. What are the police suppose to do? Hire a bunch of hackers?

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How can I report to police when bitcoin is not even recognized in my country LOL

I think that is not logical at all, all crimes that harms you or even anyone you know with or without any recognitions by government or law against it as long as it cause damages to you or to your family. Can be reported on any local police and be investigated by the authorities for any reason. That's what they we're mandated to perform. I don't think they have the right to refused for in the first place they are public servants.

Well, the problem is that whatever happens with Bitcoin effectively pretty much happened in another country. What are the police suppose to do? Hire a bunch of hackers?

Do they really have to hired any hackers? I don't know if your aware of your countries ability or specific agency to be on topped on this. I think it only shows how you belittle your own countries technological capacity on providing protection to your own citizens. Maybe your right in some point that every country have different adaptation toward cyber warfare so I understand. I think you now need to check for your country and criticize them for they're incompetence.
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Policing agencies can use bitcoin for tracking. The problem is they need pre-existing targets to make it very useful. If you are hacked then you can show them your address, but by the time they get to you, who knows what has happened to the bitcoin. Who knows if the private address holder is in your country. Unless it's repeatedly used by bad people, like for terrorism, they won't have any way to go out and reclaim it. It's like if someone steals a $20 bill from you. Even if you have the serial number and it gets read at a bank one day, that doesn't invalidate the other 100 transactions it has legally been used for, at all.

But no matter what details you have, literally unless it's your cousin whom has your Nano Ledger in his glove box, they can't recover anything for you. And even at that, there may not be any funds left on it. No government can force a change on any cryptocurrency ledger that is decentralized.

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Where to report a cybercrime?

I think that depend on the country you live in. Not every country has a cybercrime department or even a cyber crimes laws.
I think we are not yet developed in order to follow a real cyber crime and catch the perpretrator of such crimes... sad history.  Sad
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which kind of crime was happened, that I don't know. You should go your area's police station. Simply you can describe what you have seen or about crypto crime that you have faced. Most of the police department has a special branch for cybercrime, you may have to go there.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

New police force is mandated to one specific cases like scam site, pyramiding by using internet and social media platforms, hacking, identity theft and even bitcoin related crimes. They are part of the National Police force but belong on cyber crime group. It is as far as I know in our country, maybe it is different in every country. Like USA with CIA c/o Cyber crime division.
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You can go to the nearest Police Station, you can report about your complaints hopefully can be resolved as expected

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If the Cryptos are legal in your country then you can file the complain at the nearest police station, their cyber cell will investigate such crimes. But if its illegal then think you can not report such crimes to anywhere.

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I think the FBI has the tools to deal with a crypto crime.  You can check with local or state police in the USA and see if they have the tools and knowledge to make an arrest for a crime, and prosecute the crime and have the charges stick and compensate you for your losses.

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If Crypto-currency is legal in your country then go to your nearest Police station, they will refer your case to Cyber Cell. But if it's a BITCOIN transaction then it could be really difficult to catch the culprit. Still Report the crime ASAP.
But if are from a country like Bangladesh, Thailand etc where Crypto is Illegal, Don't ever go to Police station otherwise you could be behind the bars. Rest at your place and forget the incident.

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If you live somewhere in the UK or America then the law enforcement might do something about it but if you leave in Africa, I guess you should not bother because its going to be a complete waste of time either eay, its good that the complaints should come for documentation purposes but don't expect your fund will be recovered in the first instance.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

You can report it to the local police station, then their cyber crime unit will take care of the further investigations. First check the local laws and other guidelines related to the cryptocurrencies.

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hello there i made a transfer from polinex to coinbase in USDT Tether where coinbase don't accept USDT , so they only deposited $.10 from $3509.62 into my account the remaining balance is missing anyone can help how to recover the missing coins
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Where to report a cybercrime?

In my country there is a special agency that handle with every crime associated with the cyber crime, they are in the form of direct government to overcome and prosecute cyber criminals, this is shaped because more and more people are abusing the internet to commit crimes. we can report any crime related to the cyber world in the agency.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

In my country there is a special agency that handle with every crime associated with the cyber crime, they are in the form of direct government to overcome and prosecute cyber criminals, this is shaped because more and more people are abusing the internet to commit crimes. we can report any crime related to the cyber world in the agency.
Such services now exist in all countries but their efficiency is very low. If any student interest broke your Inbox then the likelihood is that he will find there. But if you want to help you to find the hacker who hacked your account on the exchange or e-wallet that's practically impossible. Crimes are easier to prevent than to deal with their consequences.
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Cybercrime can be reported at local police station as all the police stations have their special department to investigate the cyber crime. Recently there has been significant growth in such crimes; therefore corrective steps should be taken to stop such crimes.

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September 30, 2017, 05:03:45 PM
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In our country there have being few cypto crime reports already being done and they being done in the local police station to the area where they belong to. Than after gathering the information the report is being prepared by the police and then the case proceeds further where the police try to catch hold the culprit.



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October 02, 2017, 04:08:32 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.
Yeah but you  can even report that crime in the internet  if you have internet. Police department have a website that you can reach and report any crime. They have a team that corresponds for that particular crime.


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October 05, 2017, 08:56:41 AM
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read about your country rules and if have law about  crypto crime so you can save your time

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October 05, 2017, 12:12:40 PM
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There is a special service that the cyber police. They spetsializiruyutsya on crimes of this kind. You will have problems to assess your damage because bitcoin is not recognized by the States and technically has no price. But in any case, account hacking is a crime.
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The answer to this actually depends on country you are living in , if your country supports bitcoin and it is legal to use in market then you can contact cyber crime department simply and they will try to help you,but if you are living in a country where its not yet illegal or legal ,then there is no way out to you can get your bitcoin back,this is because a cyber crime department will only work if something is legal in your country and is being used very often for eg:-  online transaction taking through banks, your thing not being legal will not be matter of concern for them and reporting them can act as boomerang and they can stop  you from using all this.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

it is physical problem means we have to go police station and giving complaint. but it is online transaction so not possible. for that reason we have to read notify our country rules and regulations next proceed what to do. i think for this problem in the police station has separate department so  we have to intimate here.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

You can report it to the local police station, then their cyber crime unit will take care of the further investigations. First check the local laws and other guidelines related to the cryptocurrencies.

It is very hard to say that whether the reporting will give you justice and your bitcoin back or not . If your government recognized and legalizes bitcoin then reporting might be fruitful otherwise there is no other option than that of regretting over it . Bitcoin is your private property only till you have it , once you lost it its gone . Even if you report it successfully it is very hard to get them back . So i would suggest you to increase your wallet security.   

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November 20, 2017, 08:31:59 AM
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In developed countries, the police also deal with Internet and cybercrime crimes. There are special departments that deal with these violations. In the countries of the third world, the police are so poorly qualified that it is useless to report cybercrime.
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Where to report a cybercrime?

You can report it to the local police station, then their cyber crime unit will take care of the further investigations. First check the local laws and other guidelines related to the cryptocurrencies.

It is very hard to say that whether the reporting will give you justice and your bitcoin back or not . If your government recognized and legalizes bitcoin then reporting might be fruitful otherwise there is no other option than that of regretting over it . Bitcoin is your private property only till you have it , once you lost it its gone . Even if you report it successfully it is very hard to get them back . So i would suggest you to increase your wallet security.   

the case of account hack and transaction cheating will not be processed by legal regulation, they will not be able to help because it is not regulated in cyber crime law, peer to peer system does not contain full transaction identity data, they can't track everything especially if it reaches hundreds of case reports every week. All activities in an online business that do not have legal legal elements are borne entirely by the user.


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November 20, 2017, 01:49:11 PM
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Technically you can of course contact the police but no one will help you. It seems to me that they even look for anyone will. Cyber crimes are too difficult to prove. In your case the exceptions to the rule will not. The rescue of drowning the handiwork of drowning. Now, the security in the transactions of the bitcoin is a promising type of business. Maybe we'll see some changes in the future.
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You can report it at any police, that is if your country do have cybercrime law. If it was hacked then it should fall under cybercrime easy but I wonder how do the scams like some ICO I know. Should it fall under estafa or theft? There is not enough law out there that protects us investors against these type of cybercrime.
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You can report it at any police, that is if your country do have cybercrime law. If it was hacked then it should fall under cybercrime easy but I wonder how do the scams like some ICO I know. Should it fall under estafa or theft? There is not enough law out there that protects us investors against these type of cybercrime.

I agree. Report it immediately to the nearest police station so you have a basis as to when the incident occurred. Although yes, there are loopholes in our current laws. There are no dispositions as to how we should treat cryptocurrencies. Either it will fall under a certain umbrella or the criminal can very well escape his wrongful deed because of the dearth of law as to some matters that need to be addressed. 

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November 20, 2017, 03:48:53 PM
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hello there i made a transfer from polinex to coinbase in USDT Tether where coinbase don't accept USDT , so they only deposited $.10 from $3509.62 into my account the remaining balance is missing anyone can help how to recover the missing coins
You will need to take that up with Polinex and Coinbase. Only they have access to the accounts required to figure out your problem. My gut says this is likely fixable, but I know little about USDT.

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You can report it at any police, that is if your country do have cybercrime law. If it was hacked then it should fall under cybercrime easy but I wonder how do the scams like some ICO I know. Should it fall under estafa or theft? There is not enough law out there that protects us investors against these type of cybercrime.

I agree. Report it immediately to the nearest police station so you have a basis as to when the incident occurred. Although yes, there are loopholes in our current laws. There are no dispositions as to how we should treat cryptocurrencies. Either it will fall under a certain umbrella or the criminal can very well escape his wrongful deed because of the dearth of law as to some matters that need to be addressed. 
This is the sad reality even if our country do have cybercrime division but it wont really assure you to help you out on your case specially if you got scammed by an ICO or beings hacked or scammed by someone who do took your bitcoins or any altcoins. Tracing those suspects itself would really consume time and i wont be sure if you do make try to explain to them on what happened that they will surely understand knowing that not all cybercrime divisions do have much knowledge on cryptos and im really very sure on that one.

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November 21, 2017, 02:52:06 AM
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It's depend whenever your government already legalize bitcoin or not since they will automatically coordinate with cyber police in order to solve this problem.
Meanwhile, my government still not legalize bitcoin so I must use bitcoin with my own risk ( police can't help ! )
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Where to report a cybercrime?

If your country has a law against cyber crime then local police can deal with it and start an investigation. But if you are trying to report a crime that involves bitcoin alone I am not sure if it is already covered by your existing laws.
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It's cyber crime you can go in any police station if you experience scam but you need a proof because of that like in blockchain wallet here they have system that you can access the code of the transation that is like a proof or if they scared you in some other language or a message that have a bad words and contains a proof of crimes

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It's cyber crime you can go in any police station if you experience scam but you need a proof because of that like in blockchain wallet here they have system that you can access the code of the transation that is like a proof or if they scared you in some other language or a message that have a bad words and contains a proof of crimes

I'm not sure they will help the crypto case completely because of the limited experience and many countries have not set the national government bitcoin, the effect is that they can not trace the wallet because there are no rules governing it, crypto security is only charged for personal accountability.



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November 22, 2017, 09:36:47 PM
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It's just like reporting any kind of crime. You may call or go directly to a police station and make a report about the crime. Then the investigation will be followed and you can leave it to them to stay out of trouble.

Most reports regarding crypto is a scam. So if you submitted a report, it's better to support it also with evidences on the scam incident.

But if it is a crypto crime related to transacting illegal drugs or something, then most probably the police will conduct it's own operation on getting evidences.

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Crypto crime is similar as cyber crime. You can complaint for it at your nearest police station. You can register your complaint in the police station as you register any normal complaint. Some police stations has special department for cyber crime, they can help you better coz they are technical experts.

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Crypto crime is similar as cyber crime. You can complaint for it at your nearest police station. You can register your complaint in the police station as you register any normal complaint. Some police stations has special department for cyber crime, they can help you better coz they are technical experts.
I don't know if every country do have this division regarding on cybercrime. Regarding on my own country it do have a cybercrime division which you can really tell them your complains on crime but regarding on crypto crime I don't think that it would be resolved so easily knowing that these things are time consuming to track those transactions specially its is anonymous stuff but still I have heard some news that this thing is really possible and there are really criminals have been traced up.

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In India, I think crypto fraud or crime could be reported at cyber cell. You can first lounge a FIR(first information Report) to your nearest police station. And with reference of that FIR copy, cyber cell team takes the necessary action to caught the criminal.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
Make you report if you have complain on the nearest police station in your places that you are have a problem on like cybercrime or sindicate  stafa,suddenly same as you my problem but i can solve the case with the law of our country.
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Crypto crime is similar as cyber crime. You can complaint for it at your nearest police station. You can register your complaint in the police station as you register any normal complaint. Some police stations has special department for cyber crime, they can help you better coz they are technical experts.
I don't know if every country do have this division regarding on cybercrime. Regarding on my own country it do have a cybercrime division which you can really tell them your complains on crime but regarding on crypto crime I don't think that it would be resolved so easily knowing that these things are time consuming to track those transactions specially its is anonymous stuff but still I have heard some news that this thing is really possible and there are really criminals have been traced up.

Most countries do definitely have cybercrime division since we are now on hi-tech era which they should really consider on having this thing because this is already rampant nowadays regarding on internet crimes.
They do really need to take some action to prevent on spreading and victimized lots of people.If op do have a complaint against on a crypto crime he can anytime make reports on any precinct and look for the appropriate group to handle or to be asked of.

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Here's the topic I've been waiting for. Suppose there is a crypto crime, stealing money in the crypto wallet, then to whom can report the case? While bitcoin has not obtained legalization from the government. Do you think the government wants to handle crypto cases? If not, losing money in the crypto wallet, its value is also worth the same as paper money. So, what we must do?

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Here's the topic I've been waiting for. Suppose there is a crypto crime, stealing money in the crypto wallet, then to whom can report the case? While bitcoin has not obtained legalization from the government. Do you think the government wants to handle crypto cases? If not, losing money in the crypto wallet, its value is also worth the same as paper money. So, what we must do?
We can report to our nearest police station as you said I don't think that they can easily handle these kind of cases knowing that once bitcoin or coins being transferred it cant really be retrieve unless if the hacker voluntarily give back those coins but we know its an impossible thing. Just like our local fiat we should take care of our coins just like what we are doing in our physical money.Keep it on a secure place that no one could able to stole it and for digital coins keeping our private keys away from other peoples notice.

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If your country has regulated the cryptos then should be some laws related to them.  If cryptos are legal in your country then, there must be cyber cell at your local police station; you can go there and register your complain. I am not aware about any special authority who is responsible to look after such crypto crimes.
For additonal, if your country don't have any regulation about cryptos, you can report as cyber crime. I think all police in most country have regulation about cyber crime.
Show your evidence's, tell them the chronologyst and how many your loss.

Here's the topic I've been waiting for. Suppose there is a crypto crime, stealing money in the crypto wallet, then to whom can report the case? While bitcoin has not obtained legalization from the government. Do you think the government wants to handle crypto cases? If not, losing money in the crypto wallet, its value is also worth the same as paper money. So, what we must do?
For the first, you must prove it is stolen, not loosing or something like forgot the password.
But you must tell them (police officer), your internet account is hijack with loss some money. Police Departemnt have qualification about that problems.

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You can report to your nearest police station about the crime done in with crypto currency
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Just bring all the evidence or proof then report to the police station then tell all about what happened the cyber crime group will assist your case.

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Just bring all the evidence or proof then report to the police station then tell all about what happened the cyber crime group will assist your case.
Yes it's true, if you have a proof of crime that you can used on the court, you can easily send it to the police. If you don't know there's a lot of law now regarding technology and other policy with regards to money that against the law are also used to in jail the people who makes criminal act.

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you can search in google.
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January 03, 2018, 10:14:32 AM
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you can search in google.

I think it's difficult to find because if your government still not legalize bitcoin as main transaction, there will be no police that able handle cryptocurrency 's crime.

For example : if I got scam , I can't do nothing because police can't help me except move to another country !

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It looks like only police can solve you problem!
however, most of the police may not be able to solve internet crime.
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January 03, 2018, 12:29:40 PM
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Just bring all the evidence or proof then report to the police station then tell all about what happened the cyber crime group will assist your case.

In this case you really should go to the cyber crime group in your place but mostly they will not believe on you if you don't have much evidence. To prevent this thing to happen be more careful in terms of investing money because this is cryptoworld and its not so easy to make a case in this digital world.

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Just bring all the evidence or proof then report to the police station then tell all about what happened the cyber crime group will assist your case.

In this case you really should go to the cyber crime group in your place but mostly they will not believe on you if you don't have much evidence. To prevent this thing to happen be more careful in terms of investing money because this is cryptoworld and its not so easy to make a case in this digital world.
This is the hardest part is when you do make some reports but those people wont really entertain you after all or see you as a crazy man because they didn't even know on whats cryptocurrency but these are only on slim chances since we do all know that we are now on hi-tech days and for sure those precincts do have cybercrime division is already aware on bitcoins or cryptocurrencies existence.

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January 04, 2018, 08:24:20 PM
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It looks like only police can solve you problem!
however, most of the police may not be able to solve internet crime.
There are special division for the police department where you can complain things like this and it will be an advantage for a country that recognize bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

FBI can do the job if you're living in America but if not try to search on what particular agency is assigned to receive these type of complains.

And also mate, don't underestimate the bravery and knowledge of police force. I do support their arm for controlling and reducing the crime rate and these such acts will be solved by them.

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January 05, 2018, 06:26:04 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.

Nearest police station? Where they would even cost you more heart breaks than before. You can report for record purpose though, but don't expect anything tangible to come from it because the knowledge has not spread to the career officers who have been in service for decades and couple with the fact that the transaction could cut across borders with costs of conducting an investigation will even be more than the amount intended to be recovered. The most important is to be more careful and move on.

Yes I think so. If bitcoin is not under the government then no government officials will make a full effort to help this case. And as what you already said being careful and move on is the only best solution until the world government accept bitcoin.

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January 05, 2018, 03:08:59 PM
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It looks like only police can solve you problem!
however, most of the police may not be able to solve internet crime.
There are special division for the police department where you can complain things like this and it will be an advantage for a country that recognize bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

FBI can do the job if you're living in America but if not try to search on what particular agency is assigned to receive these type of complains.

And also mate, don't underestimate the bravery and knowledge of police force. I do support their arm for controlling and reducing the crime rate and these such acts will be solved by them.
I would say they do really have the capability to trace transactions but would really be a tough job for them. We do know how transactions happen on this cryptocurrency world which its just new and authorities are just new into solving these kind of cases but i do believe sooner or later they would able to make some ways on resolving crimes which is good and would be helpful and will surely lessen up specially on hyip or ponzi scheme scams since these are the most common investments do involve on making illegal.

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January 05, 2018, 08:37:38 PM
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Heay;
At first you go to Police Station, and then you tell them about the crypto crime.

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January 06, 2018, 04:16:32 PM
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Here in the Philippines, acts that deals with cybercrime was established in 2012 under Republic Act No. 10175 also known as Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. It generally aims to handle legal interactions concerning the virtual world. I'm not sure if they have a specific section concerning Bitcoin but it should be included as it Bitcoin is used throughout the internet. The doubts come in because the status of Bitcoin in the Philippines is not yet dominantly established meaning it is not illegal but nothing also states that it is legal so before reporting a crime that involves Bitcoin one should be careful as to not incriminate oneself.
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January 06, 2018, 08:11:34 PM
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It looks like only police can solve you problem!
however, most of the police may not be able to solve internet crime.
There are special division for the police department where you can complain things like this and it will be an advantage for a country that recognize bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

FBI can do the job if you're living in America but if not try to search on what particular agency is assigned to receive these type of complains.

And also mate, don't underestimate the bravery and knowledge of police force. I do support their arm for controlling and reducing the crime rate and these such acts will be solved by them.

To my knowledge, it would depend on the nature of the crime per case, to determine what jurisdiction would investigate. If this was purely a cyber crime, then the above, or the SBI would be appropriate to contact. But if there is a violent component to the crime, say a bitcoin robbery or kidnapping, then the locale would have initial jurisdiction. Additionally, if there is say, drugs involved in the transaction, then other federal/state bodies could also participate in the investigation, even if not initially.


You are always the safest reporting first to your local police, in the place where the hacked device resides. They can help you escalate to the appropriate agency, or if they are lax, you can do this yourself Wink
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It looks like only police can solve you problem!
however, most of the police may not be able to solve internet crime.
There are special division for the police department where you can complain things like this and it will be an advantage for a country that recognize bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

FBI can do the job if you're living in America but if not try to search on what particular agency is assigned to receive these type of complains.

And also mate, don't underestimate the bravery and knowledge of police force. I do support their arm for controlling and reducing the crime rate and these such acts will be solved by them.

To my knowledge, it would depend on the nature of the crime per case, to determine what jurisdiction would investigate. If this was purely a cyber crime, then the above, or the SBI would be appropriate to contact. But if there is a violent component to the crime, say a bitcoin robbery or kidnapping, then the locale would have initial jurisdiction. Additionally, if there is say, drugs involved in the transaction, then other federal/state bodies could also participate in the investigation, even if not initially.


You are always the safest reporting first to your local police, in the place where the hacked device resides. They can help you escalate to the appropriate agency, or if they are lax, you can do this yourself Wink
Just reported it to the police together with the proof of scamming or any abused in your part. Because if you have no enough documents or evidence, justice will never come on your side.

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January 06, 2018, 10:52:08 PM
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Where to report a cybercrime?

What do you mean cybercrime? Because i think there are lot of kinds of cybercrime in the internet like child pornography, phishing and hacking in which all of these can be reported in CIA, FBI or any law agencies that related to cyber because i believed every nation has it but if you're referring for digital currencies issues then you could make a complaint too if bitcoin is legal in your country.

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Cyber crime, there are various kinds of crimes.. for more general's crimes, of course you can report it directly to the law part in your country (Police). But if it's an criminalized in the world of crypto currency, I think it depends on your country.. Has your country been regulating the crypto currency or not yet, in my place if I've a crimes related with crypto currency (Bitcoin) I can't doing anything, because crypto currency has not really regulated yet or as a currency that has been legalized.. well, maybe just accepting the risks alone and more careful for the next.

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January 31, 2018, 02:05:16 PM
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to the cybercrime police station
this is a special unit, which is assigned by the state to track and capture any crime, fraud committed in the digital world
they also have a great system hacker
and I think every country already has a special police digital world

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Heay;
At first you go to Police Station, and then you tell them about the crypto crime.

Crypto crime is increasing now in our country as well. Everybody wants to get the bitcoin now either officially or by scamming people. Many people' modus operandi is that they give a lucrative scheme of investing in btc every month and they can provide a % of return etc. So generally in rural areas as people are not fully aware they get trapped under such scams and then finally they realized they where scammed and thus getting FIR filled is very important in scenario so that correct action is taken against them.


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January 31, 2018, 09:55:32 PM
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Cyber crime division of your local police office, i'm quite sure there is one in your country because a knowledge or skill must be possess by a police officer in order to enforce law when there is a crime committed through the internet and this must be segregated with other issues.

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February 03, 2018, 02:09:37 AM
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Where to report a cybercrime?
I have no idea about that. My friend have a same problem with you, the got loss their coin because his friend taked it and hiding in another places. My friend is still confusing what he is going to do, because cryptocurrency is not legal and doesn't have regulation in my Country.
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dnt think the crypto currency has any place were some one can go and lay complains...
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I know there have been a few mentions on the FBI, but I wanted to throw some resources out there for those that may need more info.

For those in the U.S. (or potentially if your transaction / dealings were international and involved the U.S. or a U.S. citizen), here are some useful links from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) website at fbi.gov..


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Where to report a cybercrime?
I have no idea about that. My friend have a same problem with you, the got loss their coin because his friend taked it and hiding in another places. My friend is still confusing what he is going to do, because cryptocurrency is not legal and doesn't have regulation in my Country.
That is one of the hardest part in cryptocurrency and that is how we are going to report crime if ever, that is why here in our country they are not really making it legal unless there is already law imposed on it so that crimes that making bitcoin as the accessory of it will be eliminated.

                                 
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February 07, 2018, 03:23:21 AM
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Cryptocurrency is a legal tender in my country and I dont have idea ,if we can report it in police or NBI to investigate that cases.I am also a victim of stealing my money in my wallet and its hard to move on the money you work for is gone immediately because of those hackers.If crypto would be implement and legal in our country I think they imposed a law to  those cybercrimes and punished penalty or go to jail.
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to countries legalize crypto currency you can ask police help but for countries did not legalize crypto then the government authorities has no jurisdiction to file legal action to penalize the person who committed the crime.

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we report to the police department that deals with cyber crime

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we report to the police department that deals with cyber crime

But there's a possibility that they will not take it seriously. Crypto needs to be established first.
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You can report a cybercrime by registering an FIR to your nearby police station. Then you report will be transferred to cyber crime cell to undergo further proceedings.

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If the amount of stolen money is big, they will look after it.
They should do that for small amounts too but who knows.
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Where to report a cybercrime?
You can report crypto related crime in your country only when crypto currency related activities has a legal back up in your country.

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Where to report a cybercrime?

To the nearest police station, just as you would report a normal crime. Some police stations might have specialized teams to deal with cyber crimes, which may help you.
Crypto currency is only available in cyberspace and uses digital data to record all transactions and to assure its security. All transactions are checked by other users, known as bitcoin miners. The whole process is not centralized and does not involve the bank. so the loss is borne alone as a user

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Crimes in the network is engaged in cybercrimes. But I don't believe they can do anything. We've all heard about how hackers broke NiceHash pool. These coins returned? No. I don't think they will. It's impossible to withdraw them to a Bank account, but I think they'll be cashed out through the black market.
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Where to report a cybercrime?
I ask, is it in your country that Cryptocurrency World has been officially legalized? If it had been legal and had many who accept the existence of crypto, yes you can report to the authorities for this crime. But if your country has not been legalized, certainly no one will be responsible and interfere with your problem.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
I ask, is it in your country that Cryptocurrency World has been officially legalized? If it had been legal and had many who accept the existence of crypto, yes you can report to the authorities for this crime. But if your country has not been legalized, certainly no one will be responsible and interfere with your problem.
Well, you have a point, if that crypto will be legalized in your country you may report at any police station near in your location because that activity was illegal and that belongs's to cybercrime which really prohibited and have a punishment when you caught that you are the suspect on it. But if that hacker was not traceable say bye bye to your money and that not easy to recover.

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You can report it to the police but if they don't have a cybercrime unit then it is unlikely that they can help you. Although this depends on the crime, it is increasingly popular now that gangsters are targeting victims to get their private keys. This assault can be solved by the regular police, but scams and hackers and likely to get away with it for now

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I don't know whether police will consider it as serious, for a cybercrime, there is a specialized team in order to track their identities but most of the scammers are using the fake profile to collect the money. So we have to be very careful when dealing with Investment in online.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
well this is a problem that often arise, and the cause of the state prohibits the bitcoin in circulation, the absence of people or companies that will be responsible, behind the big advantages of crime risk is also great, for example like this after we confused should report where, the police will also be confused because the bitcoin is anonymous

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Where to report a cybercrime?
well this is a problem that often arise, and the cause of the state prohibits the bitcoin in circulation, the absence of people or companies that will be responsible, behind the big advantages of crime risk is also great, for example like this after we confused should report where, the police will also be confused because the bitcoin is anonymous
A problem nowadays that is hard to resolve at all, you are right criminals also seen cryptocurrencies an opportunity to easily transact and hides their identity, but even if no bitcoin we cannot eliminate them.

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March 21, 2018, 05:27:29 PM
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So its a very complex issue and if you need qualified answer you must write more about your case.First of all there are a lot of problems because there are countries with zero knowledge and they cann't even use their special source to investigate crypto crimes,but its not their fault..The second important issue is - from where do you receive or send your money(money in cryptos) because as we know every country has their own international private law (The conflicts of law ) and you can register a claim better with your advocate if you lose a lot,But I don't know from where you are and cann't tell exact answer...

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I don't know whether police will consider it as serious, for a cybercrime, there is a specialized team in order to track their identities but most of the scammers are using the fake profile to collect the money. So we have to be very careful when dealing with Investment in online.
When we do talk about online frauds which do make use on traditional transactions like cards or any other related matter then tracing out would really be easy or possible but when it comes already into crypto crime I do believe even on cybercrime division would really have a hard time on tracing up criminals online.We do know the capability when it comes on hiding transactions knowing that there are more anonymous coins compared to bitcoin.Reporting it out is somehow pointless in my side.

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March 21, 2018, 06:26:25 PM
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You might be having such kind of laws in US or some other country...but there are no such provisions in india. There is no specialised cell for handling anything related crypto crimes.

So if you have any issue related to crypto and you are in India, you cannot do anything about it.

But yea there are other countries which might have stricter regulations about this. however i don't now about your country!!

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If that happens in my country where I live, it seems the government will ignore it and maybe just say.. that it's a risk to be borne alone. The country will certainly help if indeed crypto really recognized in that country as a matter that must be protected on its security and vice versa.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
if you know a crime like cybercrime immediately report it to the nearest police,
it is a very noble act, because you have saved many people, bad people deserve to be in law. do not hesitate to do good for others and yourself

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Where to report a cybercrime?
if you know a crime like cybercrime immediately report it to the nearest police,
it is a very noble act, because you have saved many people, bad people deserve to be in law. do not hesitate to do good for others and yourself
Do you think the police will investigate this crime? Lol. Police are investigating cyber crimes only against the state. But the effectiveness of such investigations is close to zero. Look at how many exchanges have become victims of hackers. Who got caught and who got the money back? We are talking about millions of dollars. Who will deal with your $ 100?
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it depends on your country's decision against bitcoin. In fact, if in your country, bitcoin is legal you can go to Lawyer and present your case. Otherwise in the case of countries where bitcoin is illegal, you can do nothing , you will just pray.

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Of course if you want to report on a crime, yes it must be to the police, is it the real world, or cyberspace, but I doubt, when I have a problem in cyberspace, the police can help me, I really doubt the police Can help me .
like a lot of HACKING and PHISING ,, can the police help her handle it? of course not.
we can only cry and tell it to friends.
I hope we can be more careful again.

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You can report your crypto crime to your private security team, like all decentralized anarchists recommend.  It is most effective.  They probably know what a blockchain is as well, so that is always a bonus!

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Not so long time ago from crypto-exchange Coincheck in Japan was stolen crypto-currency equal 435 mln USD to. Interesting , who will investigate?

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Where to report a cybercrime?
I don't know of your country but many countries have divisions within their police, here we call it the Cybercrime Police Unit (CPU). They are responsible for investigating online or any cyber crime incidence. If not available in your country, you can still report to any international FBI or Law Enforcement Investigation agency depending on the scope of the crime.

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I also highly doubt that Police can help in such a case. Need to surf the Internet to find some additional info.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
I don't know of your country but many countries have divisions within their police, here we call it the Cybercrime Police Unit (CPU). They are responsible for investigating online or any cyber crime incidence. If not available in your country, you can still report to any international FBI or Law Enforcement Investigation agency depending on the scope of the crime.
it is not for my country {Indonesia} to take a neutral stance in blockhcain and crypto and not to impose legal sanctions on all that goes on inside

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a good question.we are report to police in my country but they don't know anything about crypto..it is like a joke but real..

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Cryptocurrencies are a decentralized systems, so it is unclear where to report such crimes. But personally, I'd just go to the police. Of course, provided that cryptocurrencies are somehow legalized in your country.

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Where to report a cybercrime?
crime crypto has been happening lately since the popularity of bitcoin is increasing, only a lot of people are still asking where we report and where we are sheltering against bitcoin, obviously the answer is the local government that legalize bitcoin because of its nature that no country takes over so a little bit difficult to protect bitcoin from crime, it's a risk if we invest in bitcoin.

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