Ethics

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SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: The Ethics Of Warning Other Victims

SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: The Ethics Of Warning Other Victims Many Victims Find Still Other Victims When Hunting For Scammers Online. Is It A Good Idea To Warn Them That They Are Being Scammed? This is an interesting ethical question and it depends on the context of the situation. There are two types of victims that you will likely encounter out there in social media: Scam Victims - involved in or being groomed to be a [...]

Scambaiting – The Great Lie! – SCARS|RSN™ Special Report

SCARS|RSN™ Special Report: Scambaiting - The Great Lie! Scambaiting Is The Use Of Deception By Vigilantes Thinking They Are Preventing Scams - It is Just Another Scam In this article, we will expose the great lie that is being sold to countless scam victims by individuals that self-justify their own online deception. A great lie that both interferes with active investigations and arrests, but more importantly does real harm to scam victims themselves. Here is [...]

SCARS™ Official Document: Standard for Ethics in Scam Reporting

SCARS™ Official Document: Standard for Ethics in Scam Reporting An Official Standards Committee of the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc. www.AgainstScams.org » STATUS: APPROVED 20160811 This document is provided as required to be placed on all SCARS Websites. Ethics in Scam Reporting Project Mission Statement This mission of the Ethics In Scam Reporting Project is to define, develop, publish, and maintain ethical standards applying to the investigation, identification, and reporting of suspected online fraud [...]