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Psychology Of Scams: When Should A Scam Victim Feel Ashamed? – SCARS|RSN™

SCARS|RSN™ Psychology Of Scams: When Should A Scam Victim Feel Ashamed? No Scam Victim Should Ever Feel Shame, Yet Most Do! Part of it is the event, part is their failure to act against the scam! Most scam victims never even report the scam or the scammer, instead they living in a partial state of denial while their anger or depression takes control. You Should Feel No Shame At All! If you did these things you [...]

RSN™ Commentary: It Saddens Us To Have To Say This Bluntly

RSN™ Commentary: It Saddens Us To Have To Say This Bluntly Every Single Day People Complain To Us About Someone They Met Online But Don't Even Know! They lay out all the reasons why the person they are talking about is an obvious scammer. Yet they say they do not know if he or she is a scammer! They want us to prove to them they are not talking to a scammer when they really [...]

SCARS/RSN Family Intervention Letter

SCARS/RSN Family Intervention Letter A Tool To Help Family Members Of Victims In Denial To See The Truth We had been asked several times if we have something that family members could share with a victim in complete denial. We have our Family Intervention Guide and this has helped many, but some victims cling so tightly to their fantasy that they are truly willing to forsake all family and friends in favor of their imaginary [...]

The Face In The Photo Is NOT Responsible – SCARS|RSN™ Psychology of Scams

SCARS|RSN™ Psychology of Scams: The Face In The Photo Is NOT Responsible Many Times After A Scam, Victims Are Unable To Accept That The Person In The Photo Is Not The Real Scammer! Today we received a complaint from a romance scam victim who blamed a person who had his photos stolen by scammers. Her argument was that HE HAD A RESPONSIBILITY to explain himself to those who lost money. She even believes he was the [...]

RSN™ Editorial: Demanding Answers – Living In Denial

RSN™ Editorial: Demanding Answers - Living In Denial Some People Simply Cannot Accept That They Were Scammed After a certain number of years supporting victims we have learned to recognize those victims that refuse to believe. Many of you have family and friends that