Private International Cybercrime Disruption Organization

The site is managed by licensed private investigators who specialize in digital forensics and Internet crime. The resources on this website, and the services provided are intended to be a stopgap to help reduce the number of cybercrime victims and reducing the unmanageable load on cybercrime law enforcement agencies globally.
Report a cybercrime

Don’t ignore scammers. Play along and disrupt their activities!

When you receive an email, phone call, eBay or WhatsApp inquiry from a scammer, you might be tempted to ignore them or respond with abuse. However, you can help reduce heartache, and massive financial losses for your fellow citizens by helping PICDO to disrupt these criminal networks.

African scammers

Report a cybercrime

Common types of cybercrime include hacking, scams, fraud, identity theft, attacks on computer systems and illegal or prohibited online content.

We can assist to identify the perpetrator and in some cases retrieve your money.

Report a Crypto Scam

PICDO can help you for free. All you need to do is:

  1. Complete our crypto crime report and;
  2. Submit the details of the scam, including:
    1. Your wallet addresses
    2. The scammer’s wallet addresses
    3. TxID and Hash records etc

Our team will respond with suggestions on the likelihood of recovery, and what you should do to pursue justice.

Protect yourself from cybercrime

To avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime, we all need to educate ourselves and take responsibility for our own online security and safety.

This means using safe online practices and being aware of the ways that cyber criminals and hackers try to obtain your personal information.

African scammers

Report, Disrupt, and Prevent

We want to disrupt cybercriminal networks to prevent people from becoming a victim of cyber scams. You can help by reporting cybercrime scams you are aware of, big or small. You report the crime, we will investigate and disrupt. Together, we protect and prevent more cybercrime victims.

How to recognize a WhatsApp “Wrong Number” scam

There are thousands of scammers working in boiler rooms in Cambodia, Thailand, Nigeria and elsewhere. Many of these are human trafficking victims, forced to commit these crimes.

Ooops Wrong Number – It works like this:

  1. The scammer (usually female) sends a text message to you on WhatsApp
  2. She apologizes and tries to strike up a friendship
  3. Eventually she will tell you about her successful crypto currency trading
  4. She will help you sign up, you will rust her
  5. You will be scammed our of hundreds of thousands or more 🙁