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Scammed by Vivotrader?

Have you been scammed by Vivotrader?

You’re not alone. At first glance the website appears slick, professional and completely legitimate. However, Vivotrader is not regulated by any official financial regulator. Those operating the website are professionals at pretending to be something they are not.

We currently hold intelligence relating to the company and individuals operating the website www.vivotrader.com.

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The website for Vivotrader is no longer active, however the scammers have relaunched their operations under a new web domain. 

We help victims of scams by undertaking in-depth cyber investigations of scam companies and websites. Our investigators and web analysis experts can unveil information others can’t.

If you have been scammed by Vivotrader, we can give you the best chance of recovering your funds. Please contact us to discuss your case.

Cryptocurrency trading scams are generally very well-executed, and it can be very difficult to know if the trader you’re dealing with is legitimate and regulated or a scam. For more information on this type of scam, view our article on cryptocurrency trading scams.

You can report a scam on the Australian Scamwatch website. Unfortunately, though, Scamwatch are unable to recover your funds for you.

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