It appears that we’re hitting a nerve in the world of scammers.

Recently I received an email from someone who stated that they had been ripped off in a scam in Ghana. Their email contained giveaway signs that they were not victims but were part of the scam.

Tip to NOT Becoming a Victim:

Many victims actually travel to Ghana or other foreign countries to view, test and transfer funds into the scammers accounts.

Everyone we’ve interviewed, “victims”, have never left the country with any of the product that they’ve supposedly purchased.

Before you spend $15,000 or more on travel expenses, do your due diligence. Pay a fraction for a business and individual background. DO NOT just talk with people that “they” say are satisfied clients.

Hire an indpendant professional investigator who has the capabilities and resources to find the “real” facts.

If you’ve been a victim or know someone who has, please contact us; we’d love the opportunity to see if we can help you.