Scambusters

We’re Fighting Crypto Scammers & Fraudsters.

Trust in blockchain and crypto projects has been damaged by scammers, con artists and fraudsters.  This has to end. With legal experts and intelligence operatives in over 140 countries, we are highly equipped to take on the challenge.  And with a vested interest in cleaning up this market that we operate and believe in, we’re committing 5%+ of our annual investment budget to financing crypto-fraud cases that have affected our community members. 

Every quarter, we invite our community to vote for a case from a selected collection that they feel most deserves free litigation support, courtesy of Liti Capital. Our next Scambusters community vote is scheduled for early 2022. 
Our first Scambusters community vote has ended 
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Cryptocurrency Scams Have Soared 1,000% Since October 2020

A recent report from FTC reveals a sharp increase in the cryptocurrency investment scams from October 2020 through March 2021.  Scammers, according to the FTC, are finding creative ways to con people into fraudulent crypto investments. One type of scheme offers investment "tips" online that redirect consumers to fraudulent sites. In another, scammers pose as celebrities, such as Elon Musk, and trick consumers into sending them cryptocurrency by promising that the celebrity will contribute to their investment.
Read the FTC Report
Scambusters Community Vote

How We Select Our Scambusters Cases

Every quarter, we invite our community to vote for a case from a selected collection that they feel most deserves free litigation support, courtesy of Liti Capital. 
Our experts carefully screen and select a dozen or so ‘crypto scam’ cases that will be put to our community for voting. These are cases that have been filed in the courts across the globe. They differ in nature, ranging with individual to multiple victims, timeframe, and finances at stake.

The cases are then showcased here on the Liti Capital website. wLITI or LITI token holders may vote for the case they feel should win free legal support, funded by Liti Capital. The winning case will be granted a 250,000 wLITI pro rata reward, to be shared amongst the corresponding voters.
Liti Capital seeks one or more of the possible results for the case that wins the community vote:
Recovery of assets (or stolen funds)
Justice in court
Exposing the scammer
Uniting the community agains the scammers and fraudsters, increasing trust and confidence in blockchain technology as a secure platform for transactions and business.

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As a LITI or wLITI token holder, you have the right to help select crypto scam cases Liti Capital will pursue by voting in our quarterly Scambusters community vote. 
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