Find out if Arbitraging is a Scam and the Steps Required to File a Arbitraging Chargeback
Arbitraging was identified to be operating under questionable and unethical methods due to their regulatory status and suspicious terms of service. Chargebax recommends that users do not trade with this company and if you are already involved, to contact them right away to cash out your funds. If you have experienced the following with Arbitraging, it’s more than likely that you have been scammed or are involved in a scam. We therefore advise that you file a complaint and report a scam against Arbitraging as the first step to recover your funds.
Reasons to Suspect Arbitraging is Operating a Crypto Scam
- Arbitraging froze your account
- Arbitraging blocked your account
- You cannot login back into your account
- Money has been taken out from the account
- Arbitraging doesn’t take your calls
- Arbitraging shut down their website
- You noticed that Arbitraging took money out from your bank account without your permission
- Arbitraging is offering a bonus
- Arbitraging is offering to fund more money into the account after you lost a large sum
How to Report a Scam and File Chargebacks
If you made a payment with your credit or debit card to [Name of Broker] then you qualify to recover your funds with a credit card chargeback.The best chance to successfully recover your funds is to start the chargeback process as soon as possible.
Start by filling in the following form and a representative will contact you to provide you with all the information you need to know in order to get your chargeback started today.