What should I do if I encounter a scam?

If you have reason to believe that there’s been unauthorized activity on your Strike account, please contact support@strike.me immediately from your Strike account email to secure your account.

If you encounter a suspected scam, it’s best to avoid responding to messages, clicking on links, or divulging any personal information to the suspected scammers. You can also use the block, mute, or report features in your email, phone or social media app to prevent future communication from that individual. If the suspected scam is related to your Strike account, please report it to support@strike.me.

If you believe you have fallen victim to a scam relating to your Strike account:

  • Stop engaging with the scammers.
  • Don’t give any more money or information to the scammers.
  • Inform Strike.
  • If there has been a loss of funds, contact local law enforcement or fraud services.

Below are some government resources to counteract scammers:

United States of America:

  • Local law enforcement
  • www.ic3.gov (Internet Crime Complaint Center)
  • www.fraud.org (Register complaint as well as receive tips to prevent)

Puerto Rico:

To report any cases of fraud or financial exploitation against an elderly person or person with disability in Puerto Rico you can contact the following government authorities:

  • Office of the Ombudsman for the Elderly (Oficina del Procurador de las Personas Pensionadas y de la Tercera Edad) Tel: 787.721.6121, Website
  • Administration of Families and Children, Services for the Elderly and Adults with Disabilities (Administración de Familias y Niños, Oficina del Procurador de las Personas de Edad Avanzada y Adultos con Impedimentos). Tel: 787-625-4900 Website

El Salvador