SCARS|RSN™ Insight: What Do Scam Victims Believe – Part One

/SCARS|RSN™ Insight: What Do Scam Victims Believe – Part One

SCARS|RSN™ Insight: What Do Scam Victims Believe – Part One

SCARS|RSN™ Insight: What Do Believe – Part One

Want To Know What Other Scam Victims Think, Feel, or Believe?

The following are the results of surveys and analysis conducted by SCARS|RSN on their social media pages on Facebook and elsewhere, then summarized and analyzed by the SCARS|ANALYTICS division of the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc.

Data presented is as of December 24, 2018

Victim’s Views On

QUESTION: Do you think that looking at all of the photos of scammers makes you feel like NOTHING IS BEING DONE about scammers?

Does it make you feel frustrated?

QUESTION: Was your scammer an American Soldier or something else?

Have you noticed that almost all fake soldiers are just that ARMY SOLDIERS? You almost never see Navy Sailors, Marines, Air Force, NASA, or CIA. And they are almost always American, very few Europeans.

QUESTION: What Are You Willing To Do To End Scams?

Do you think that U.S. Foreign Aid should be conditional on West African Governments reducing scamming by 50% per year?

QUESTION: What Are You Willing To Do To End Scams?

Are you willing to donate $20 to a charitable organization to help end scams?

QUESTION: Do you think that anything can really be done to stop scammers without changing the laws or treaties that govern international cybercrime and cybercriminals?

QUESTION: When you look at fake profiles now – does it make you FEEL FEAR seeing those fake faces?

QUESTION: When you look at fake profiles now – does it make you FEEL ANGRY seeing those fake faces?

QUESTION: While you were being scammed did it cause you to distance yourself from your family and friends?

QUESTION: Did your scammer threaten you when you told them you knew they were a scammer and wanted to end it?

QUESTION: At first, did you think that you would be able to get your money back? That someone would get it for you?

Victim’s Views On Social Media & Online Safety

QUESTION: Would you pay $10 a month for Facebook to increase online safety?

SCAM VICTIM SURVEY: EXPOSURE

QUESTION: How much of YOUR PERSONAL LIFE did you expose to your scammer?

Did you talk about your children, family, jobs, finances, property, etc.?

QUESTION: Do you really think that you can tell the difference between real people and a fake on Facebook?

QUESTION: Are you concerned about the misuse of your data whenever you are required to provide personal information or sensitive data to others?

Victim’s Views On

QUESTION: As a scam victim what are you more interested in:

  • Looking at scammer photos?
  • Or learning to understand scams and how you were manipulated?

Did you know that MOST victims choose one or the other and NOT both! Which is more important to you?

QUESTION: Do you think it is traumatic to look at scammer photos?

Does it make you feel unhappy, anxious, sad, or depressed seeing the faces of scammers?

QUESTION: Which do YOU think plays a LARGER role in preventing scam victims from emotional or psychological recovery?

QUESTION: HOW ARE YOU SLEEPING?

After your scam how are you sleeping? Are you have difficulty sleeping because of your scam?

IS IT HARD TO SLEEP?

QUESTION: Which do YOU think is more important to ALL VICTIMS?

Exposing Scammers or Recovering From Scams?

QUESTION: Would you prefer to just forget about your scam as though it never happened?

Victims Views On SCARS & RSN

QUESTION: Do you find that SCARS|RSN has helped you RECOVER from your scam?

QUESTION: SCARS|RSN is the leading publisher of anti-scam information online worldwide. BUT are we publishing too much for you all to assimilate and read?

SCARS the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Incorporated

 
SCARS|RSN™ Team

A SCARS Division
Miami Florida U.S.A.

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FAQ: How Do You Properly Report Scammers?

It is essential that law enforcement knows about scams & scammers, even though there is nothing (in most cases) that they can do.

Always report scams involving money lost or where you received money to:

  1. Local Police – ask them to take an “informational” police report – say you need it for your insurance
  2. Your National Police or FBI (www.IC3.gov)
  3. The SCARS|CDN™ Cybercriminal Data Network – Worldwide Reporting Network HERE or on www.Anyscam.com

This helps your government understand the problem, and allows law enforcement to add scammers on watch lists worldwide.

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One Comment

  1. Andreon Long December 25, 2018 at 11:34 pm - Reply

    I think some victims are comfortable believing the illusion because it fulfills a romantic relationship fantasy. The victim believe they are so smart they couldn’t possibly be scammed. They tell themselves they won’t let it get too far when people try to bait scammer, but it soon becomes an addiction. There are victims that have become obsessed with finding the true owners of the photos in hopes of forming a friendship and/or relationship because they have developed an emotional attachment to the people in the photos. Anyway you look at it, it is horrible. I have read threads where women and men have admitted they were “Repeat Victims”. SMDH.

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