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RSN™ Guide: U.S. Army Scammers / Fake Soldier Romance Scams

RSN™ Guide: U.S. Army Scammers / Fake Soldier Romance Scams Online Romance Scam Information About Stolen Soldier Identities Impersonation & Identity Theft Of United States Army Soldiers If You Suspect Someone Then They ARE A Scammer You may have a suspicion about someone you have met online. You may not know it yet but your instincts picked up on something out of place (below we explain the Red Flags in more detail). Go with your [...]

RSN™ How To: What To Do If Your Scammer Impersonates You On Facebook?

RSN™ How To: What To Do If Your Scammer Impersonates You On Facebook? We say it over and over, never confront scammers. When you do they can take out their anger in several ways, and one of them is cloning your Facebook profile. The best approach is always to just go silent, report them, block them, and walk away. However, most victims react emotionally and the result can be a copy of you on Facebook [...]

RSN™ Guide: Clones – Copying Profiles & Identities

RSN™ Guide: Clones - Copying Profiles & Identities Cloning - Can My Real Grandmother Please Stand Up? Portions from Anonymous Most of us have heard someone say this: "Someone Cloned My Profile" And they alert you that their profile must have been cloned! (they other over used favorite is "someone hacked by profile") The Urban Legend is that almost every account is being cloned. Your picture and your name have been used to create a [...]

Requests For Removal Of Scammer Reports

Requests For Removal Of Scammer Reports We recently had a victim request that we remove a Scammer Report from our website. Of course, we have no direct knowledge if the person was a scammer or not. He was reported under the victim's name (by the victim), though now the victim says it was her son that reported the scammer - her son is an adult. Confusing! Scamming Insight: As many of you know, when you [...]

Scam Victims Still Do Not Report

Scam Victims Still Do Not Report One of the leading causes of governmental disinterest worldwide in Romance Scams is the simple fact that only a small percentage of these crimes are reported. Only 3% Report Their Scams As long as this remains true, governments will prioritize their resources where they see there is the greatest need! The average victim find reporting to either be embarrassing, tedious or a waste of time. Yet it [...]

Scammers Are Trying A New Tactic!

Important: Scammers Are Trying A New Tactic! Scammers are reporting victims as scammers on anti-scam websites. Since we have the largest scam reporting network on Earth, scammers are attempting to compromise us and other websites with bogus reports against real people. To temporarily control this, we have turned off the display of all scammer data on our websites pending a thorough clean out. You can still report scammers on www.Anyscam.com and here www.RomanceScamsNow.com, but you will not [...]

RSN™ Guide: Why Reporting Matters?

RSN™ Guide: Why Reporting Matters? Most People Do Not Report Scammers We know that 95% of you who will read this will not report your scammer to law enforcement or any credible entity That is truly sad! As citizens, each of us have a duty to report crimes. Yet when it comes to scammers most victims remain silent. There are so many excuses: The police are mean The police do nothing about it anyway I [...]

RSN™ Guide: Victim’s Guide For How To Report Scammers On Facebook

What Is The Best Way To Report Fake Profiles On Facebook A VICTIM'S GUIDE TO HOW TO REPORT SCAMMERS WHAT IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO REPORT SCAMMERS ON FACEBOOK? The most effective solution is a combination of intelligent and productive actions: 1) First report all scammers on the SCARS website www.AnyScam.com - this displays them on over 800 locations on the web and in social media - plus [...]

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