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SCARS Archives Example Scammer Grammar
Collection #4 Fake Females

Scammer’s use language for specific purposes

Sometimes to test how tolerant victims are

Scammer Grammar

are always looking for more effective words. Many people have learned to be on their guard, and they’re likely to suspect an overly aggressive phishing phone call from a fake credit card customer service agent speaking accented English. But victims still fall for the bad language use every day!

Online scammers use similar techniques. When texting or emailing their marks, or posting information in fake profiles, or messaging, they often work from “scripts” of prewritten boilerplate language. The most effective conversational gambits are saved and distributed to other scammers in the network, and they cut-and-paste the scripts into their grifts at crucial moments.

BUT THEY SOMETIMES ARE FORCED TO IMPROVISE!

This is where the scammer grammar becomes more obvious.

The following are examples of language we have seen and copied to share their unscripted writing styles: