Cyber Intelligence Report
The internet is a convenient place to do business, trade, work, learn and socialize. However, it’s also a haven for criminals who want to find new ways to steal consumer funds. Whether it’s through selling fake products or cheating people out of their savings through online trading, cyber crime abounds. Fortunately, ChargeBax experts have the solution–Cyber Intelligence Reports or CIR.
How a Cyber Intelligence Report Bolsters Your Claim
Police departments worldwide are expanding their cybercrime units. However, there is still a lot of catching up. Currently, authorities are inundated with complaints about crypto schemes, shady unregulated brokers, malware hacking, phishing scams and more.
This means your complaint can easily get lost in the pile. What can make your claim stand out and demand action? Evidence. If you provide the police with supporting evidence to back your claim, they are not only likely to be more receptive but the chances of resolving the issue in your favor are higher.
What’s in a Cyber Intelligence Report?
- Connected Brands
- Alleged Owners/Operators
- Payment Processor Providers
- Main Companies
- Technology Providers
- Persons of Interest
- Regulator Warnings
- Relevant Media References
- Corporate Registrations
The Overview summarizes the case, including its origins and findings from the investigation. Connected Brands provide clues to discovering the real identities of suspected players and accomplices. Alleged Owners and Operators present more information about who is behind the fraud. Payment Processor Providers can give additional data about transactions that can be crucial in an official investigation.
Main Companies are often a veneer for the behind-the-scenes cyber scheme.. Although often with cyber crime, these are merely shadow companies, information about these can provide a valuable starting point. Technology Providers can give information about how the company works.
Persons of Interest identify people behind the scam as well as their criminal history and other important details. Regulator Warnings establish that the other party has been suspected as a fraud by official agencies, and Relevant Media References highlight any journalistic or news coverage of the scheme. Lawsuits show previous cases involving the other party and Corporate Registrations highlight public and official information about the operation.
Boost Your Claim with a CIR–Talk to ChargeBax Experts Today
ChargeBax experts understand how crucial a CIR is in helping you retrieve your funds. We consult with our customers and gather all the information we need to launch a full investigation into the suspected scam. Our working relationship with hundreds of banks, advanced technological tools and investigation methods make our CIR key to a successful bank claim.