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SCARS™ SCAM NEWS: Anti-Scam Groups Using The Name Of The United Nations
Another Amateur Anti-Scam Group Is Now Claiming To Be The United Nations
Because of the high risk of liability, we cannot name this group or their leader. However, this group has made numerous and continuing claims over the years that have been proven false that they have withdrawn and buried. However, this time, a formal complaint has been filed with the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime as well as their Office of Legal Affairs for review and suitable enforcement action.
Scammers claim all the time that they are the United Nations, but to see an anti-scam group that is supposed to uphold honesty and transparency claim it is beyond contempt.
We all exist in a climate where victims have been abused and traumatized by scammers, but the continuing efforts to lie and scam by so-called anti-scam groups is reaching unparalleled levels. It is now time to bring the full force of the United States Government down on these groups.
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A SCARS Division
Miami Florida U.S.A.
TAGS: Amateur Group, Fake Group, Anti-Scam Group, Unlawful, United Nations, Affiliation Claims, Violating International Law, Violating U.S. Law,
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