Navigating The System

The system is set up so that victims normally follow a linear pattern.
They go to local law enforcement. Generally, a report is taken.
The case is then filed, and, due to the type of crime, often doesn’t get past this point.
Nine times out of ten, the bad guys are not only never caught or brought to justice,
but because of the amazing work overload of authorities the bad guys know they
can stay below the radar by hitting victims just under certain dollar amounts.
Frustrated, but still seeking reparations, they continue on to the Better Business Bureau,
where their complaint is dutifully carried out to the extent of their obligations.
This involves registering the complaint and seeing that the company in question,
if they are at the address listed with the BBB, responds to the complaint
(even if the response is woefully inadequate or even insulting).
Onward to the Attorney General’s office where the complaint is filed away
with thousands of others like itself.
Finally, exhausted, drained and disillusioned, the FBI thanks you for your submission,
but it unable to assist you in the matter at this time.
The agencies in place just don’t have the time or resources to assist, so what can be done?
Many will shout, “Take them to COURT!,” but soon arrive at a couple of facts that are rather difficult to swallow.
Even after battling one’s way through lawyers and the inefficiencies of the judicial system,
acheiving a favorable judgement opens an entirely new batch of problems.
The court is not responsible for enforcing judgments.
It’s up to you to figure out how to get your money, and crooks know that all too well.
They hide assets, form trusts put in others’ names, funnel money into hidden funds the
world over and the list goes on.
Here is an example of one of the many organizations that tried to escape by running to Panama.
Unfortunately for them, we work there, too.
See 1:04-CV-01021-69-SDNY (PDF:478Kb External Link)
for more information.
The moral of this story is this: Without knowing how to get the right buttons pushed action is not achieved.
The bigger scamsters and con artists generally have legions of eager lawyers ready to fly into action like
monkeys from the wizard of Oz doing the wicked witch’s bidding. We are very used to this ‘procedure’ and
much more on practically all the cases we have handled over the years.

We work because we’re dedicated to helping victims of scams and fraud.

What does it cost?


If you want to make a donation when your case is resolved that is up to you.
It is certainly appreciated, but not required. Let us make that absolutely clear,
our goal is to help the victims. The current investigators and detectives that work
with us come from a variety of backgrounds: Court Officers, business chiefs,
criminal investigators, clandestine operatives, “Intelligence” entities and just concerned world citizens.
We organize and involve over 1100 volunteers from around the world dedicated to making sure justice takes place!

About the Author

The Equalizer Group is not a part of or represent itself as a “law-firm”. Nor are we some type of “collection agency”. We are a victim advocacy organization. When a victim comes to us and tells us about their case we spend quite a bit of time investigating and looking into the merits of the matter. We then look into the backgrounds and names of the people who are reported to us or the company they own or represent. By the time we contact the offending party, we have already determined that what they did and how they did it was unjust.