scammers

RSN™ Insight: The Difference Between A Scammer’s MULE and a MOLE

RSN™ Insight: The Difference Between A Scammer's MULE and a MOLE Scammers Are Well Known For Convincing Victims Into Working For Them, Knowingly Or Unknowingly Sadly, many victims believe in the lies that scammers tell so completely that they become accomplices in the cybercriminals schemes. Some face arrest and jail time as well. Most of these are converted into what are called "MULES". They serve two roles: Money Mules serve to help transfer and launder [...]

RSN™ Scam News: 9 More Yahoo Boys Arrested In Lagos Nigeria

RSN™ Scam News: 9 More Yahoo Boys Arrested In Lagos Nigeria Nigerian Police Charge Nine Suspected Yahoo Boy Cultists To Court In Lagos Nine suspected cultists who were undergoing initiation at Becan Graden, a popular entertainment spot (Became Garden) located at Bucknor Ejigbo area of Lagos State have been arrested and charged to court by the police. Nigerian Police arrest 21 suspected criminals in a renewed raid on Delta brothels The nine suspected [...]

RSN™ Scam News: Nigerian Police Arrest 21 Scammers

RSN™ Scam News: Nigerian Police Arrest 21 Scammers Nigerian Police Arrest 21 Suspected Yahoo Boy Criminals In Renewed Raids On Delta Brothels 21 suspected Yahoo Boy criminals were arrested by a team of police detectives at the Delta State Police Command, Asaba, in a renewed raid on brothels and hotels across the state, following the increasing cases of ritual killings in the state. The arrests were performed in the early hours of November 23, 2018 [...]

RSN™ Scam News: Police Arrest Two Yahoo Boys & Security Guard Over Murder Of DELSU Student

RSN™ Scam News: Police Arrest Two Yahoo Boys & Security Guard Over Murder Of DELSU Student The Delta State Commissioner of Police, Muhammad Mustafa, has disclosed that the Command has arrested two Yahoo boys and a private security man over the murder of a female student of Delta State University, Abraka, Miss Ogege Elozino. female student of Delta State University, Abraka, Miss Ogege Elozino Elozino, a 22-year-old 300 level student in the Department [...]

RSN™ Special Report: Being In A Nigerian Prison

RSN™ Special Report: Being In A Nigerian Prison So Many Victims Demand Justice But What Does Justice Really Look Like? Here is a gallery of photos of scammers and other prisoners in Nigerian prisons. Is this close enough to hell?   RSN™ Team a division of SCARS™ Miami Florida U.S.A.     - - - - - - - - - - - - - - END - - - - - - - [...]

RSN™ Scam News: Nigerian Police Make Major Arrest Of 24 University-Based Scammers

RSN™ Scam News: Nigerian Police Make Major Arrest Of 24 University-Based Scammers EFCC Arrests 24 Undergraduates & Others Over Cyber Crime The Nigerian EFCC issued a statement in Abuja (the Nigerian capital) that: The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Ibadan has arrested 36 suspected internet fraudsters at 21, Sawmill Road, Awa-Ijebu, Ogun State. Orilade stated that the suspects, who were between 19 and 37 years of age, included 23 university students, out of which, nine [...]

RSN™ Special Report: Anti-Scam Censorship

RSN™ Special Report: Anti-Scam Censorship Web Censorship or Support for Cybercriminals? - - - - - - - - - - - - The Government of the United Arab Emirates officially blocks access to Anyscam.com to prevent the reporting of scammers to the global community. - - - - - - - - - - - - Not even the People's Republic of China blocks SCARS websites or Member Groups and they are the most paranoid on [...]

RSN™ Insight: Good vs. Bad While Recovering

RSN™ Insight: Good vs. Bad While Recovering After The Scam Many Victims Choose To Recover - Sadly, Most Do Not! Only about 30% of victims will choose to recover from the scam emotionally, the remaining victims will either hide in their denial or allow anger to run their lives. Even those that have chosen to recover face constant challenges and consequences of continuing bad behaviors. However, to help victims learn to recover we have to be [...]

RSN™ Special Report: First Official Sakawa Scammer Church Opened In Ghana [Video]

RSN™ Special Report: First Official Sakawa Scammer Church Opened In Ghana [Video] Sakawa, another word for ritual money and it’s a practice which is looked down on in the Ghanaian society yet it is practiced secretly by mostly the youth who is in search of quick and easier wealth. A new church has officially opened in Ghana and is calling for more members from the Sakawa scammer community. From the evidence, the denomination of this [...]

RSN™ Guide: What Does Recovery Mean For A Scam Victim?

RSN™ Guide: What Does Recovery Mean For A Scam Victim? What Does It Mean to Be "In Recovery"? In this article, we are going to talk about recovery, as in recovery after a scam. In Our Use, We Mean That Recovery Is A Process However, because scams are complex in that they involve psychological traumatization (as a victim), involve addiction (as in the mental addiction to the scam); and the financial difficulty of both financial [...]

RSN™ Anti-Scam Tips: Avoiding Natural Disaster Fraud

RSN™ Anti-Scam Tips: Avoiding Natural Disaster Fraud Tips on Avoiding Fraudulent Charitable Contribution Schemes The National Center for Disaster Fraud reminds the public to be aware of and report any instances of alleged fraudulent activity related to relief operations and funding for victims. Unfortunately, criminals can exploit disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey, for their own gain by sending fraudulent communications through email or social media and by creating phony websites designed to solicit contributions. Tips [...]

RSN™ Insight: When Scammers Mistakenly Try To Scam Each Other

RSN™ Insight: When Scammers Mistakenly Try To Scam Each Other Obviously, scammers have many modus operandi and one of their ways is through romance (romance scams), where male scammers pretend to be women and scam gullible men seeking love online. But What Happens When One Scammer Attempts To Scam A Stranger Only To Discover That They Are Being Scammed By Another Scammer? In one such case, two scammers using the bait hooked each other online and [...]

RSN™ Special Report: The Culture Of Scamming – Ghana Scammers Go To Church That Endorses Scams

RSN™ Special Report: The Culture Of Scamming - Ghana Scammers Go To Church That Endorses Sakawa ‘Sakawa’ Boys Flock Obinim's Church For Help To Dupe ‘Clients’ A new video, sighted by Ghpage.com shows Bishop Obinim offering to help ‘Sakawa’ boys dupe their victims. Of course, the church benefits from generous donations from scammers. The Head Pastor And Founder Of International Godsway Church (Igwc) Bishop Daniel Obinim Full Endorses Internet Fraud Popularly Known As [...]

RSN™ Guide: After The Scam Comes Disaster

RSN™ Guide: After The Scam Comes Disaster The Hard Times That Come After A Scam You all know what you felt after you discovered your scam. Heartache, despair, rage and anger, depression. The whole range of traumatic emotions that follow something like this. But few foresee the long-term consequences to their lives from giving away the amounts of money that some do. Some victims give away huge sums of money, from thousands to over a million. [...]

RSN™ Guide: Real Scammers

RSN™ Guide: Real Scammers How Can You Judge If A Real Person In Africa Is A Scammer? When you see a real person’s profile, who is from Africa, how can you tell they are a scammer? Will they have “Scammer” written across their forehead? Sometimes It Is Easy You see photos of their loot (money) and see posts they have written about scamming. They claim they are “Yahoo” or “Sakawa,” or are even part of [...]

SCAMMER URBAN LEGENDS – Chapter 2 – Scammers Are Stupid – Updated

SCAMMER URBAN LEGENDS - Chapter 2 - Scammers Are Stupid You Hear This All The Time From Victims One of the things that is disturbing about many scam victims is the need to invent a mythology about scammers that simply isn't true. Unfortunately, incompetent anti-scam groups do this too. This is a natural reaction, but it is wrong This is especially true when you are confronting someone that you can do nothing about. For example a [...]

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