What Do Victims Believe? #1

/What Do Victims Believe? #1

What Do Victims Believe? #1

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When Asked If They Believe They Were Scammed By The Actual Person In The Photo?

  • 88% understood they were scammed by a Fake Identity, that the photo was stolen and used by scammers.

  • 12% did not understand this.

This Matters Because It Shows That 12% Do Not Understand How Scams Work & Obsess On The Face In The Photo!

They believe they were scammed by the ACTUAL PERSON in the photo!

These are also the victims that have the hardest time getting over their scam and recovering.

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2 Comments

  1. sandra cid March 19, 2018 at 12:26 pm - Reply

    Behind this box everything is possible! it could be more than one person it could be she or he, a black or a Caucasian, but in all the cases always have at least one son or daughter, divorced or widow… but above everything wants o married and once engage he or she will find a way to ask you for money.
    Ah! when we try to ask me to show himself or her self they don’t have a camera or this doesn’t work.Do you still believe that the picture you see in the profile is the same as the mask he uses every day? I don’t think so.
    Oh! ok, he sends pictures, from Google maybe or stolen pictures from someone who doesn’t he is using this kind of thievery.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team March 19, 2018 at 11:07 pm - Reply

      The point we are making is to help those fixated on an identity. To help people understand what you don’t know and in some cases may be unknowable. Better to focus on yourself and recover than fixate on the scammer.

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