How Do Scammer Organizations Work?

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How Do Scammer Organizations Work?

How Do Scammer Organizations Really Work?

Here is a useful diagram that may help you better understand the organizations that scammed you.

Almost 45% of victims believe they were scammed by a single scammer, yet our data indicates that over 90% of scams are performed by teams.

Also, unfortunately, almost 13% of victims believe that the face in the photo is the real scammer. They either do not understand that those are stolen photos or they are firmly locked in denial.

Regardless, ignorance is what scammers count on to be able to harvest the richest possible population of victims. Scammers see victims as just another cow to be slaughtered – to be scammed. Victims who live in denial or just want to ignore the problem only make it easier for these criminal organizations to thrive.

Remember to report all scammers that you encounter – either here on this website or on www.Anyscam.com

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8 Comments

  1. Misty April 24, 2018 at 9:44 pm - Reply

    I think my Mom is being scammed. She met a man named Brad and is sending money to him (even though she says he is rich) because he gor into some kind of trouble and is in jail. But He loves her and wants to marry her. She wont give me any details though so i dont know how to report this. She doesnt have money to be giving away, she is taking out loans! This is an older gentleman, my Mom is 66 years old.

  2. Pamela Hall April 23, 2018 at 4:01 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much !! For all the information on military it help me to see my daughtwrs were telling me the truth.

  3. Adriana Punongbayan March 16, 2018 at 1:48 pm - Reply

    I’m a scam survivor. Thanks for educating us. I was in denial for a long time and that’s bad. I had to learn to open my eyes.

  4. Karen Coles March 14, 2018 at 6:32 am - Reply

    I think a man called Hansli Benson is trying to scam me, He says he is in the military and is a orthopedic surgeon, he has been saying that he loves me, says he is widowed and has a 17yr old son, and is currently working in jordan has any one heard of this man

  5. Elina Juusola March 14, 2018 at 5:35 am - Reply

    Thank you very much for this information. It is very useful indeed and explains a lot for people who are educating themselves about romance scams and Internet fraud in general. It is very useful to me as an educator, researcher and scam survivor.

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