The Keys to Motivating Yourself After a SCAM!

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The Keys to Motivating Yourself After a SCAM!

The Keys to Motivating Yourself After a SCAM!

Recognize that you were scammed. Admit it. Say it out loud! You were scammed! Don’t be ashamed.

  • Accept that you were manipulated.
  • They used you against yourself.
  • They got the better of you!
  • You gave them your money.
  • You sent it to them willingly.
  • It is never coming back!

Accept that.

  • They are beyond your reach.
  • They live in countries across the ocean.
  • You can’t get them yourself!
  • It is time to stop complaining and do something!

Stop expecting justice.

  • Talk with other victims.
  • Share your story!

You can do something to make a difference.

You are not alone, but alone you fail. You need an Army! You need help! You need action!




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  1. Phil McCarthy April 29, 2018 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    I wish you would accept photos in any format. I have many of the person who scammed me and spent a lot of time trying to put the photos in. They are in jpg. I wasted enough time on this person already. You should work on this. You would get more submissions with real photos and information.

  2. sai noi April 24, 2018 at 2:56 pm - Reply

    Right now there are thousand of scammers on almost all dating sites. I got scammed just two weeks ago. I got taken for $1200. Remember, if any one on the dating site give you an email address and ask you to contact thru that email, it is definitely a scam. But continue to play along and try to find out their schemes and than use the photo and email address and inform In the meantime, you try to persuade the scammer to contact you thru video camera to find out if the caller is the same one you saw on the dating site. Good luck.

  3. levi herrell March 30, 2018 at 11:58 pm - Reply

    I was scammed several years ago something I was kind of strange like a grant from the government they called me and I file paperwork they wanted $250 I never received my money through the mail then they wanted my bank account information some of these people trying to portray something they’re not be careful who you speak to in Facebook special friend request you get or friend friend request you receive there was a time or I thought this person was going to receive a huge inheritance and she said in order for her to get it she had to Mary she had to marry somebody going to be practically honest I barely knew the person at all this person waited until I got my income taxes and demanded me to hand her several thousand dollars so she get on a plane to United States and meet me which I don’t think that was her intentions I never sent her my money at all there was so many people on Facebook chat that are clay out to be fake and try to scam people all the time be careful who you speak to

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