It is possible to recover, but the probability is very low, requiring the cooperation of the victim and the attention of relevant departments. Internet fraud cases are generally more difficult to solve, investigation and evidence collection is inconvenient, and the time to solve the case will be relatively long, which is not conducive to recovering the victim's losses.
As a victim, contact the police actively and provide as much and detailed information as possible to help solve the case, which will help Catch the criminals as soon as possible and recover the losses. If the police make no progress in a short period of time, don't be too anxious, wait patiently and learn a lesson at the same time, and don't be deceived again.
Whether the defrauded money can be recovered or not depends on whether the case can be detected and whether the suspect’s stolen money or goods can be captured. was squandered. If the case cannot be solved or the stolen money is squandered, it cannot be recovered, otherwise it can be returned to the victim.
Article 108 of the Criminal Procedure Law, any unit or individual who discovers a crime or a criminal suspect shall have the right to They are also obliged to report the case or report to the public security organ, the people's procuratorate or the people's court.
The victim has the right to report to the public security organ, the people's procuratorate or the people's A court report or complaint.
Article 139 of the Criminal Procedure Law found in the investigation activities can be used to prove the guilt of the criminal suspect or All kinds of property and documents that are not guilty shall be sealed up and seized; property and documents not related to the case shall not be sealed or seized. Sealed or seized property and documents shall be properly kept or sealed, and shall not be used, exchanged or damaged.
What should I do to recover my money after finding out that I have been cheated
If the property is defrauded, it must be reported to the police in time. If the public security organ determines to file the case after review, it will obtain relevant evidence through investigation to investigate the legal responsibility of the criminal suspect. The legal property of the victim should be returned in time.
1. Article 166 of "Procedural Regulations for Public Security Organs Handling Criminal Cases" If a criminal suspect voluntarily surrenders, he or she shall accept it immediately, inquire about the situation, and make a written record. . When necessary, audio or video recordings shall be made.
Article 175: After the public security organ accepts the case, after review, it believes that there are criminal facts that need to be investigated for criminal responsibility, and If it falls under its own jurisdiction, the case shall be filed with the approval of the person in charge of the public security organ at or above the county level; if it is believed that there are no facts of the crime, or the facts of the crime are obviously minor, no criminal responsibility needs to be investigated, or there are other circumstances in which criminal responsibility is not investigated according to law, the case shall be filed by the public security organ at or above the county level. Approved by the person in charge of the organ, the case will not be filed.
If it is decided not to file a case with an accuser, the public securityThe organ shall make a notice of disapproval of the case and serve it on the accuser within three days.
Article 187, the public security organs shall conduct investigations in a timely manner on criminal cases that have been filed, comprehensively, Objectively collect and obtain evidence of criminal suspects' guilt or innocence, minor or serious crimes.
2. Article 64 of the Criminal Law [Disposal of Criminal Items] All property illegally obtained by criminals, It should be recovered or ordered to be refunded; the legal property of the victim should be returned in time; the contraband and personal property used for the crime should be confiscated. All confiscated property and fines shall be turned over to the state treasury, and shall not be misappropriated or disposed of by themselves.