NEWS: U.S.A. Makes An Example Of Indian Call Center Scam Artists With Stiff Sentences

/NEWS: U.S.A. Makes An Example Of Indian Call Center Scam Artists With Stiff Sentences

NEWS: U.S.A. Makes An Example Of Indian Call Center Scam Artists With Stiff Sentences

NEWS: U.S.A. Makes An Example Of Indian Call Center Scam Artists With Stiff Sentences

The worst offenders have been thrown behind bars for up to 20 years.


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  1. Cathie Mckinney August 1, 2018 at 1:43 pm - Reply

    When you see the picture of a person you have been texting with in Facebook under at least 20 different Facebook pages with different variations of the same name you can see the pervasiveness of this “industry”. So if someone is texting with an American soldier by the name of Dunbar you are being catfished

  2. Charles larocque August 1, 2018 at 1:42 pm - Reply

    Aperson claiming toobe Beb Mavis, apparentlly from Techiman Ghana,Africa, was scamming me in a romance scam for a number of years I hope yoy chacth this person.

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