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Tracingia Case Report Services


You can report fraud or cybercrime using our report@tracingiallc.com any time of the day or night; the service enables you to both report a fraud and find help and support. We also provide help and advice over the phone through the Action Fraud contact centre. You can talk to our fraud and cybercrime specialists by filling our form.

When you report to us you will receive a police crime reference number. Reports taken are passed to the Forensic Department so as to verify its veracity. The Forensic Department reviews all the Tracingia LLC’s reports. Millions of reports of fraud and cybercrime are used by the Tracingia Forensic Department to identify serial offenders, organized crime groups and find emerging crime types. All these eventually lead to the recovery of the lost funds.

What does Tracingia LLC do with cybercrime reports?


The reports are assessed and analyzed by Forensic Department experts.


Data matching allows reports from different parts of the world to be linked through analysis, identifying the criminals behind the frauds.


Reports are sent to local police forces/law enforcement agencies for investigation.


Bank accounts, websites and phone numbers which are used by fraudsters can be taken down by the Forensic Department.


Not every report results in an investigation, but every report helps to build a clear picture. This contributes to making the world a more hostile place for fraudsters to operate in and helps to keep other potential victims safe.

Tracingia LLC three main data channels


Reports from individuals and small businesses (coming either directly or via a police force) made to Tracingia LLC on the phone or online.


Fraud data from industry and the public sector which includes banking, insurance, telecommunications and government departments.


A variety of intelligence sources including, but not limited to, national and international police crime/intelligence systems.

Who reports fraud to Tracingia LLC?

Frauds committed in the GLOBE will be reported to Tracingia LLC; from Individuals up to larger corporations and financial Institutions.



Fraud is a crime that can happen to anyone. There are many types of fraud from complex scams that are carried out over long periods of time, for example, dating scams, mortgage fraud, investments, and other crypto-related scam. Often when someone is a victim of a fraud, they are not certain if a crime has been committed or how to report what has happened to them. Many frauds go unreported by victims because of personal embarrassment. It is likely that if a fraud has been committed against you someone else may have suffered a similar crime. The more individuals report, the more likely it is that fraudsters will be arrested, charged and convicted. People who report to Tracingia LLC represent a wide cross-section of the world. They vary in age from young adults to the elderly. As frauds can be committed online, face to face, over the telephone or via the post, most people will have experienced fraud or know someone who has been a victim.


Large Corporations

Corporations can be targeted by fraudsters online through hacking, account compromise or online extortion. Employee fraud may also be an issue in terms of abuse of expense policies and corporate credit card accounts. More serious crimes are money laundering and embezzlement. Frauds against large corporations can result in attempted extortion, financial losses and can threaten the long-term viability of the business. Compliance, finance and ICT managers are most likely to recognize the first signs of fraudulent activities within their business.



Charity scams can be simple: someone who poses as a street fundraiser for an existing charity and asking for donations from passers-by or pretending to participate in a challenge on behalf of a charity and collecting sponsorship. More complex fraud can take the form of a fraudster creating an entirely bogus charity and pocketing proceeds from fundraising. As the watchdog for all charities globally, the Tracingia LLC holds information on all current charities as well as those that have been struck off for not complying with the regulations required for operating a registered charity.



Partnership working provides the opportunity for law enforcement and Tracingia LLC to share fraud and cybercrime alerts to raise awareness to prevent the public and businesses from falling victim.

Reporting a Live Cyber Attack 24/7

If you are a business, charity or other organization which is currently suffering a live cyber-attack (in progress), please call +1(916) 595-1149 immediately. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please note, if you are member of the public you must call to report through our core opening hours below.

Our specialist advisers are available by phone:

Monday - Saturday (9am - 9pm)
Sunday - Closed


Reporting fraud and cyber crime

You can report fraud or cybercrime to Tracingia LLC any time of the day or night using our online fraud reporting tool. You can also report and get advice about fraud or cybercrime by sending a message to report@tracingiallc.com.
The times above represent our core contact centre opening hours, although from time to time we do extend the service we provide to you. Tracingia LLC will not call you unless you have requested us to, and will never ask for your bank details. If you are unsure whether a call is genuine, send an email to Tracingia LLC team on report@tracingiallc.com.


Online advisor - live chat

This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When using web chat you are speaking live to one of our advisors in the contact centre, who can assist with queries or you help fill out an online report.


Reporting a live cyber attack

If you represent a business, charity or other organization which is currently suffering a live cyber-attack and data is potentially at risk, please send an email to report@tracingiallc.com. This service is available 24 hours a day to report and get advice on what to do next. Please note, if you are member of the public you must report to us through our core opening hours or online here.



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Fill the form below to file a scam case

We are here to help answer your questions. If you think you may have a case please contact us.
If you are unsure, let us help you and let you know if it is the type of case we handle.
The consultation is free and if you fill the form below there is no fee if no recovery and
we advance all costs if we move forward with the case.