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RSN™ ScamTV: Internet Scamming In Ghana [Video]

An Outstanding Documentary On The Reality Of Ghana Scamming!

We Highly Recommend You Watch It To Fully Understand The Problem Of

 

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2 Comments

  1. GERALD PRESCOTT November 8, 2018 at 6:27 pm - Reply

    I was scammed by Nigerians in Johannesburg. I have tracked them down, they left clues. Local police closed case, Federal police and Interpol wouldnt help. Registered the complaint with the SAPS SCCU but I feel they wont investigate or prosecute without an Interpol referral. Law enforcement in this country (Australia) doesnt give a ____, rather than use resources they prefer to allow the scammers to continue scamming. Any suggestions?

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team November 8, 2018 at 8:02 pm - Reply

      We never recommend this, BUT if you are really certain you have identities and enough information for an arrest – you can go to ZA and walk into their Federal Police and file a complaint in person. That will get their attention. You can ask your Aussie Consul if they can have one of their staff go in with you for even more clout. As long as you do not go after the scammers yourself, and only deal with the police you will be safe.

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