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January 04, 2018, 08:17:06 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.
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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January 06, 2018, 09:18:14 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
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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January 07, 2018, 04:11:03 AM
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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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January 31, 2018, 03:05:22 PM
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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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February 03, 2018, 03:58:02 AM
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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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February 06, 2018, 04:23:48 PM
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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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February 11, 2018, 05:00:39 AM
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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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