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In the fight against scams, partnerships play a crucial role in amplifying the reach and efficacy of advocacy efforts. At the AVAH Group (Advocates for Victims of Advance Fee Fraud and Other Financial Scams), we recognize the significance of collaboration in providing comprehensive support to scam victims and combating fraudulent activities. This website section highlights the importance of partners in advancing our mission and outlines how interested organizations and individuals can request to partner with us.

Partnerships enable us to pool resources, expertise, and networks to better serve scam victims and raise awareness about prevalent scams. By joining forces with like-minded organizations, government agencies, law enforcement bodies, and community groups, we can create a united front against fraudsters and provide a stronger support system for victims.

For those interested in partnering with the AVAH Group, the process is straightforward. Simply visit our website's partnership request page and fill out the designated form. In the form, potential partners can provide details about their organization or individual expertise, the type of collaboration they propose, and how they envision contributing to our advocacy efforts.

Upon receiving partnership requests, our team carefully evaluates each proposal to ensure alignment with our goals, values, and the needs of scam victims. We welcome partnerships that offer innovative solutions, diverse perspectives, and a commitment to making a meaningful impact in the fight against scams.

Together, through strategic partnerships and collective action, we can empower scam victims, hold perpetrators accountable, and create a safer digital environment for all. Join us in our mission to advocate for victims of financial scams and build a future free from fraudulent schemes.

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Scammers often use remote software to gain access to a victim's computers. Seraph Secure will detect any attempt to use this type of software and immediately deny remote access.

Cybercrime is the fastest growing segment of crime worldwide. In 2023, in the US alone, over 800,000 people reported being a victim of a cybercrime, and we know that this number is significantly under-reported. Across the globe, financial losses due to internet-enabled crimes are conservatively in the billions.

ALL CARING AND ALL KNOW THEY NEED TO BE WARRIORS TO WARN ABOUT SCAMMERS AND SUPPORT VICTIMS... Together we want to warn and teach so there will he FEWER VICTIMS

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