The Easy Way To Quickly Claim Back Your Money

Every day tens of thousands of people are scammed by fraudsters who persuade victims to send money to them by making false respresentations.

These frauds are often commited by highly sophisticated criminal organisations or con men and women who have become adept at persuading people to part with their money.

What is less known is that there are a variety of ways that victims of scammers can successfully get their money reimbursed via the financial insitutions, such as the banks, through which the funds were transferred.

The banks have signed up to agreements which make them liable to return money lost through scams.

Richardson Hartley Law has a team dedicated to helping individuals and businesses recover stolen fraud money in the simplest and quickest way possible.

We help you claim back your money through low no win, no fee agreements. Our rate is 15% plus VAT.

Why Choose Us?

Our lawyers are trained to handle your claim incredibly sensitively and with the highest legal standards.

We offer a no win, no fee service which means we only get paid if we succesfully recover your money.

Richardson Hartley Law is a fully regulated law firm which offers low no win, no fee rates of 15% plus VAT.

We will keep you fully updated throughout your claim and get your money back into your bank account as quickly as possible.

How We Help To Get Your Fraud Money Back

1. Fill in Our Form

We can help you if you're struggling to fill in the form by calling you back. We do all the hard work to make it as easy as possible.

2. We Launch Your Claim

RHL prides itself on keeping our clients up-to-date with the progression of their case combined with simple to understand advice.

3. We Get Your Money Back

We are able to offer no win, no fee arrangements which means you only pay us if we win your case.

Who We Can Help

Currently, we can help anyone who has been defrauded of £3,000, or more.

We can help with fraud claims even if:

You authorised the payment believing it to be genuine and worry that the loss may have been your own fault
You have since been unable to get your money back
You have recovered some money, but you haven’t recovered all your money

Types of Scams

Romance Fraud

Some fraudsters may use dating or social networking apps to establish romantic relationships with unsuspecting individuals, only to manipulate them emotionally and financially for personal gain. They may deceive their victims into sending money, gifts, or personal information under false pretenses.

Crypto Scams

With the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies, scammers have developed various schemes to defraud users of their digital assets. This includes fake ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings), Ponzi schemes, phishing attacks targeting crypto wallets, and pump-and-dump schemes where fraudsters artificially inflate the price of a cryptocurrency before selling off their holdings at a profit.

Phishing Scams

Fraudsters may send emails or messages pretending to be from a legitimate app or company, asking for personal information such as login credentials or credit card details.

Tech Support Fraud

Scammers may pose as app support representatives and trick users into providing remote access to their devices or paying for unnecessary services to fix non-existent issues.

Fake Celebrity Scams

Fraudsters may create apps that falsely claim to be endorsed or used by celebrities or influencers to lend credibility to their product or service. Users may be misled into downloading or purchasing the app based on false claims of celebrity association.

Travel Fraud

When booking a holiday it is increasingly difficult to know whether a destination even exists. Some fraudsters are setting up fake websites and social media posts pretending to sell holidays that don’t exist.

Prize Scams

Fraudsters may create fake apps or promotions that claim users have won a prize, such as a free vacation, gift card, or cash reward. To claim the prize, users are required to provide personal information or pay a fee, only to discover that the prize does not exist.

Impersonation Scam

One of the sickest scams to exist is fraudsters pretending to be someone’s loved-one and messaging to say that they are urgently in need of money. Some scammers are even able to use technology to mimic the voice of a relative.

Business Fraud

All businesses are vulnerable to being targeted by fraudsters and scammers. We can help you recover your money in a variety of ways.

Fraud Reclaim Form
No Win, No Fee.

How much have you lost ?

* Unfortunately, we can only accept claims of £3,000 or more *

    Was the money transferred to or from a UK bank account?



    * Unfortunately we can only accept claims with transfers to or from UK bank accounts *

    When did you make the last bank transfer?

    This doesn’t need to be an exact date but the more accurate, the better.

    Please add any relevant files here

    We never disclose your personal data to any third parties without your direct consent. By submitting your information, you confirm that you are happy for our team to contact you.