What if I sent some crypto to scammers?

ituglobal

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Unfortunately, if you’ve sent crypto, it’s likely gone for good, never to be recovered. At this point, because of the worldwide nature of cryptocurrency, there is no central authority that can help you recover your crypto. Make sure that what ever price you paid becomes tuition in the school of crypto life. You’ve learned a hard lesson. Print a certificate or do whatever you need to do help you move on, but ultimately learn from the experience and move on. Trying to recover what you sent is a battle you will likely waste more time, energy, and maybe money on with NOTHING to show for it in the end.” – Airdrops Blog
 
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Dora_WalletInvestor

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Aug 17, 2020
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I agree that the best thing you can do is move on. And avoid getting scammed further by people who claim they can recover your lost cryptos.
 

HeavenLeighGill

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I wouldn't waste any money on recovery services. Move on and be extra careful from here on out - I've had two people try to scam me in the past week. It's getting more difficult to tell when someone is trying to scam you.