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Pour remédier aux préjugés fianancières subis sur internet, l'Organisme international de répression contre la cybercriminalité (0IRCC) et la Brigade d'enquêtes sur les fraudes aux technologies de l'information (BEFTI) créées par les pouvoirs publics et en collaboration par Interpol mondial sont à disposition de toute personne victime de toutes formes d'escroquerie sur internet. Contactez nous directement à l'adresse suivante: 

interpol.victimearnaque@gmail.com/ interpol.victimearnaque@gmail.com

Votre plainte sera immédiatement prise en compte par nos experts et une procédure sera mise en œuvre de l'arrestation jusqu'au remboursement de la somme arnaquée y compris le dédommagement dans certains cas

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