Cyber Criminals, more often than not, use tried and true online marketing techniques to reach their customers.
- Did you know that scammers create attractive websites just to add suckers to their mailing lists?
- Have you thought of the fact that pirates use malicious software ware to make money off of viewers?
- What about the fact that, no matter how Google enforces, black hat marketers will find their way around the rules?
The first-ever case to use covert online marketing techniques to win a federal case was Chanel v. Krispin (SDFL 2008). In this particular case, investigators at MI:33 logged and analyzed the source code of thousands of websites, while linking and grouping many offenders based on specific java script code inserted into subject websites. As a result, more often than not, we have been able to footprint the entire operation and bring the case to a successful outcome.
How We Can Help You
I can bet you that a major part of your casework now is based on offenders selling something online that is infringing on your rights or client’s rights. What MI:33 offers is a 20/20 view of the universe that encapsulates the online fraud world. We know everyone has their favorite investigator for particular projects. MI:33 does not want to interfere with that relationship. In fact, we work with those teams on many of our case and already have a great one-two-punch style relationship. What we want is to be a part of the team that helps you and your other team members get from A to Z successfully.
Drop us a line. You’ll be happy you did. No hard sell. No bullshit. Just answers.