On this occasions it was:- https://www.binance.com/en

However, we see so many victims of internet based fraud – We have standard wording / text:-

F.A.O. []

Dear [],

I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news – but from a very brief review of your circumstances – I envisage that you have been subject to a fraud and all your funds are lost.

Digital currencies are (almost) completely unregulated, and I have initial difficulty in identifying where [‘Binance’] are based – but I do to believe (on balance) it is likely to be in the U.K. (and even if you are based here), that does not necessarily make the U.K. an appropriate place to pursue a claim for recovery of your funds.

If you would like me to investigate further for you – I can discuss a formal engagement with you upon the basis of my firm’s annexed ‘Terms of Business’ (but I fear that any such further / formal involvement by professional legal advisers will merely / sadly add further costs to your existent losses).

RSVP (however) if you would like to discuss further.

With kind regards and my very best wishes (from my Private Office, London)

Mr. Dan Johnson | www.EquitableLaw.com | +44 (0) 3333 90 3525 = U.K. e-Voicemail Tel.