Attention: scammers!

The legal company EXPATPRO presents its activities on the Internet only at the official website, as well as social networks:

Recently, we received reports of interaction with a fraudulent organization that copied our company’s website. Ukrainian police rejected our claims about the fact of fraud, as the representatives of our team are not direct victims of scammers and there are no proven losses.
We also filed a DMCA complaint, but the scammers restored the fake website in a while.
Last week, we knew that scammers imitating us created the NATO-Ukraine Relief Commission website. The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine has no information about any such program (here is a link to the official website There is no NURC registration data (legal entity number, bank account) in the registers, etc., from which we conclude that such an organization does not exist.
We add screenshots of scammers’ resources not placing their links to avoid increasing the reputation of these fake sites. Please check out the screenshots below!

scam site scam scam resourse

Our team has previously complained about blocking these sites, also our experts are solving the issue in the online field. We will continue to do so in the future if individuals or organizations use our name.

But we also ask you to be aware! Our project’s official website and social networks are indicated in this text. We do not have any other resources. Differences in even one letter can lead you into the hands of fraudsters. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at If you are asked to provide any data or make a financial transaction under the name of a representative of our company, please make sure that you are dealing with us!
In case there was any damage caused to you or your company we can help with filing the claim to the National police of Ukraine as Attorneys.

Be aware of scam resources:
NATO-Ukraine Relief Commission

We also share with you a link to the Cyber Police of Ukraine: