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WORLD ANTI-INTERNET FRAUD ALLIANCE 

World Anti-Internet Fraud Alliance

This is a predatory war launched against the hardworking and kind people!

2.2 Million U.S. Cyber Fraud Reports in 2021
10.5 billion
in world cyber fraud in 2021
up 700% vs. last year. That's about $28.76 million per day, or $1.2 million per hour, stolen by internet financial scams.

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DECLARATION OF WAIFA

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January 1st, 2022

We are in an era where Internet finance and blockchain cryptocurrency are advancing by leaps and bounds, and we are also in an era where Internet finance and blockchain cryptocurrency crimes are at their peak. We are in an era when Internet finance and blockchain cryptocurrency are rewriting global financial and banking history, and we are also in an era when global Internet finance and blockchain cryptocurrency crimes are becoming large-scale organizational crimes.

WAIFA

WHO WE ARE

WAIFA is a non-governmental, non-profit organization registered in the global financial center and capital of the world, New York, USA. It is made up of victims of online financial fraud, civil people who have paid attention to and resisted online financial fraud years, and media reporters who track online financial fraud crimes. WAIFA is additionally made up of sociologists, jurists, psychologists, lawyers, blockchain virtual currency experts, and banking professionals.

WHAT WE DO

The purpose of WAIFA is to mobilize the resources of the whole society, form an all-round situation, and declare war on online financial fraud crimes; combat and eradicate online financial fraud criminal gangs; restore and maintain a safe, clean, and legal online financial environment. WAIFA cooperates with law enforcement agencies all over the world, to urge, support, and assist them in improving the detection rate of Internet financial fraud, including tracking down criminals and recovering lost funds.

Resources and Articles

News

Anti-Internet Fraud Legislation Dynamics

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UK "Which?" 8 November 2021: Banks must compensate victims of transfer fraud under new law , government promises to force banks to compensate victims

Chiara Cavaglieri

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​Cambodia Sihanoukville China Digital Park has become the capital of the world's online fraud underworld

​Le Monde

The French newspaper Le Monde recently published a lengthy investigative report on how Sihanoukville Port in Cambodia's Chinatown developed into a paradise for Chinese criminal groups. Le Monde pointed out that Cambodia is a huge beneficiary of China's Belt and Road investment plan, but at the same time, the Belt and Road Initiative has also opened a Pandora's box in Cambodia.

Online romance scams FBI urges seniors to be careful

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(Comprehensive report) Recently, the FBI's San Francisco branch issued a warning that the number of romance scams is on the rise. The method is usually online video chat between two parties. After gaining trust, they trick victims into sending money or making "investments." Target.

Anti-Internet Fraud Legislation Dynamics

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UK "Which?" November 8, 2021:

Banks must compensate victims of transfer fraud under new law

Government promises to force banks to compensate victims

Chiara Cavaglieri

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Anti-Internet Fraud Legislation Dynamics

waifa robbery.png

UK "Which?" November 8, 2021:

Banks must compensate victims of transfer fraud under new law

Government promises to force banks to compensate victims

Chiara Cavaglieri

     _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58

Anti-Internet Fraud Legislation Dynamics

waifa robbery.png

UK "Which?" November 8, 2021:

Banks must compensate victims of transfer fraud under new law

Government promises to force banks to compensate victims

Chiara Cavaglieri

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99 Wall Street, Suite #1859, New York, NY 10005, USA; +1 917-426-5068;  contact@waifa.org

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