There are few feelings in the world worse than being blatantly scammed. For one thing, you’re angry that someone would scam you out of your hard-earned money. For another thing, you’re missing that money and in need of it for your own purposes. Mostly, however, you’re embarrassed that you’ve been had by scammers.
So, what is your legal recourse if you’ve been scammed out of your money? That depends on the nature of the scam. Often, scammers are careful to cover their tracks. They have you pay them in the form of gift cards, or they use fake names and other methods to obfuscate their identities.
However, if you’re able to figure out the name of the person who scammed you, and isolate their activity, a lawyer can help. Taking scammers to court is easy once you have proof of their scam and their name. Juries and judges are quick to take action against scammers, as everyone hates the idea of thieves parting innocent people from their money.