U.S. Government Shutdown Update January 5, 2018

/U.S. Government Shutdown Update January 5, 2018

U.S. Government Shutdown Update January 5, 2018

U.S. Government Shutdown Update January 5, 2018

As a result of Congress’ unwillingness to fund our (including ), we received this from the United States :

STC Partners,

Please note, that due to the current federal budgetary lapse and funding hiatus, certain STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Campaign engagements, including our Partner Call, are being deferred and/or canceled. As such, in fairness to both our private and public-sector partners, the next STC Partner Call scheduled for January 9th, 2019, is hereby canceled. If personnel within the agencies affected by the partial shutdown, including the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, are reinstated to normal operations / duties, we will look to the first available opportunity, with adequate notice and coordination, for reconvening this activity. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time, and your continued commitment to the STOP. THINK .CONNECT Campaign.

Thank you,

The STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ Campaign

The Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Incorporated is a formal partner of the United States Department of Homeland Security on Cybersecurity and .

The official position of SCARS is to fully support this Administration’s goals in the defense of National Security Funding – which also includes additional funding for cybersecurity.

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2 Comments

  1. Sandra Teeling January 5, 2019 at 3:26 pm - Reply

    I’m being scammed since last week. I’ve known it from the first sentence. He’s telling me what he/she….ya never know…..thinks I want to hear and I’m responding in kind. I’ve just been given an e-mail to pay for a month’s vacation and what to say. I’m taking it to the end …..without payment of course so I will write more.

    • Why are you wasting your time with this? All you do by playing along is to improve the scammer’s language and impersonations skills. What you are doing is called scam baiting. It is not worth the time. Would you invite a bugler into your house or a rapist to a hotel? That is also baiting. You are playing with a criminal. It is not a game and you are letting them into your head even if you think it has no effect, it does. We recommend that you break it off immediately, report the scammer, block him and move on with your life.

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