Dating Scam Investigation
Dating or romance scams occur when a cyber criminal adopts a fake online identity to gain a victim’s trust. The cyber scammer then uses the illusion of a romantic or new relationship to manipulate and steal money from the victim, typically claiming a sad story or asking for emergency funds. Cyber criminals who carry out romance scams are experts at what they do and will seem genuine, caring, and believable. Con artists are present on most dating and social media sites. All online dating apps are a target such as Tinder, Hinge, Grinder and many more.
Digitpol’s Cyber Crime and Security Investigation experts investigate, analyse and recover forensic data from the Internet. Digitpol utilities industry standard Internet monitoring platforms to detect keywords and find evidence on servers globally. Data obtained from cyber channels is most effective when linked to physical evidence as additional proof. When evidence is available and in cooperation with Police and the ISP we aim to identify the cyber criminals behind such scams.
When Digitpol is engaged, we ensure that no digital evidence is overlooked and assist at any stage of an investigation, regardless of the size or location of data sources. Claims of leaks, fraud, cyber espionage, financial tampering, computer crime, employee misconduct, and other illegal or wrongdoing actions require corporations, law firms, and government agencies to deploy digital forensic methods to piece together facts that lead to the truth.
Are you effected by a Cyber Scam
If a cyber scam or cyber attack happens to you, you need to respond quickly. Report the incident as soon as possible to your local police in the country you reside in. Obtain the Police report or case number.
Cyber crime in its several formats such as online identity theft, financial fraud, stalking, bullying, hacking, e-mail fraud, email spoofing, invoice fraud, email scams, banking scam, CEO fraud. Cyber fraud can lead to major disruption and financial disasters. First contact the Police, report the crime, then contact Digitpol's hotlines or respond to us online for forensic support or investigative support.