SCARS™ Insight: Living In Denial – A Case In Point [VIDEOS]

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Sadly, A Substantial Number Of Scam Victims Simply Cannot Accept That They Were Scammed

Over and over they have sent money to fake identities invented by scammers, but the compulsion to believe is so strong that they are incapable of accepting the truth.

Unfortunately, short of hospitalization in a mental health facility, there is little that family and friends can do to convince them. Even when confronted with the truth in a forum such as the Dr. Phil show, they still refuse to fully accept the facts.

We present the following so that if you are one of these that you might see yourself in this victim.

An American Man Admits He’s Sent $750,000 To Help A Woman He Met On Dating Website But Never In Person

Why The Man’s Overseas Online ‘Girlfriend’ Said She Didn’t Want Him To Appear On “Dr. Phil”

Why The Man Who Has Sent $750,000 To Help A Woman In Nigeria Says He’s Convinced He’s Not Being Scammed

“Dr. Phil” Show Goes To Nigeria To Determine If A Man Who Sent $750,000 To Help Woman Is Being Scammed



No one can force you to accept the truth that you have been scammed – that you have been lied to, expertly manipulated, and are a victim of your own fantasies and belief.

You have to accept the truth before anyone can help you.

Until then all anyone can do is wish you the best and stand back while you destroy your life.




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