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SCARS™ Scam Basics: The Proper Scam Reporting Process [Infographics]
Yes It Makes A Difference How You Report Scammers
Just posting a name, or photo, or link on Facebook accomplishes very little or nothing. It is strictly a placebo (unless people are actively taking down the fake profiles). But it does NOTHING to get them arrested. Neither does posting them on any of the thousands of amateur pretender or fake anti-scam group websites. SCARS is the only real distributor of cybercriminal data worldwide outside of government.
Here is the process that will benefit YOU personally (by allowing you access to local benefits) and to help global law enforcement get the data they need to continue making arrests. How and where you report matters!
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