RSN™ Psychology Of Scams: Stop Thinking

/RSN™ Psychology Of Scams: Stop Thinking

RSN™ Psychology Of Scams: Stop Thinking

And Just Let Things Happen

This is a bit of a conflict.

You need your brain in gear when dealing with scammers, but you need to stop overthinking about what happened.


If you are honest with yourself, your instincts probably told you something was wrong with the scammer long before you let yourself accept it because you were overthinking – meaning your thought processes could not accept what your instincts were telling you.

You let your “needs and wants” in the beginning (the Amygdala Hijack). They worked against .

And they working against your recovery now too.

Stop thinking about the scam and the scammer. It’s over so let it go.

Justice doesn’t matter as long as you are doing something to get better, and when you do THEN you can help others, but you have to help yourself first.

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  1. Gregory Sticker August 12, 2018 at 6:34 am - Reply

    Sorry but the word has to get out any way you can.

  2. Phuong Trang Pham July 13, 2018 at 3:14 pm - Reply

    To tell you about scams. Us pop on my FAcebook all tthe time. The first they put you in relationship. Asking you be wife, then full all kinds of love. Then the last one making story. The same I knew from them. They said my father had money, want to has. All kind scammer wanted money. I have been thought. I knew that. I gave them all shit words. Wish them go the hell !

  3. Carol July 9, 2018 at 7:49 pm - Reply

    He sounds so true you want to believe every word but you can see lie after lie can’t get his money needs my Bank information and iTunes card so he keep texting me baby this and my queen and don’t forget my wife enough is enough

  4. Raymond Barton July 9, 2018 at 7:12 pm - Reply

    I want every female scammer in the USA and Nigeria,is that possible

    • First off, you really don’t know who or where they are. Only names you may have sent money to. Have you reported the information you know about?

  5. Gregory Sticker July 9, 2018 at 6:37 pm - Reply

    In December of 2017 I was friended by a person on Facebook who used the name Sarah Lucas. At first everything seemed legit. Then this person began asking for money and I was instructed to purchase i tune and amazon cards. After I did a Google search of the scammer’s Facebook pictures I realized I was duped. The pictures were actually that of Philippine actress Liza Soberano. The person chatted often with me on Google hangouts. Their email address is I found the phone number that this person gave me. It is (310) 693-4598. I googled it and A result came up from U S Phone book site:

    Atle Strom (310) 693-4598
    Current Address:

    350 Sharon Park Dr

    Menlo Park , CA 94025

    Phone Type:



    Level 3 Communications LLC -CA
    Building H
    Sharon Green Apartments, Building H, 350 Sharon Park Dr, Menlo Park, CA 94025
    Also: Phone Number
    310-693-4598 Traced!
    Location: INGLEWOOD, CA

    [unsafe link removed] … 0-693-4598
    Hi Greg, can’t reply right now.

    If you want to report a scammer go to

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