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SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: Reporting To The Local Police

SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: Reporting To The Local Police Every Single Day, Victims Speak About Their Experience Reporting To Their Local Police! IMPORTANT: Not every country is the same! This article mostly applies for victims in stable, rule of law countries. This includes the United States, Canada, UK & Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and some others. Not all countries have professional police, so you will have to decide if it is worth the potential problems to [...]

SCARS|RSN™ Insight: The Importance of the Police Report

SCARS|RSN™ Insight: The Importance of the Police Report By: Kirk B. Redwine, Criminal Justice Institute School of Law Enforcement Supervision Session XXII - October 26, 2003 The Importance of the Police Report Without the police report, your government has no real idea of what is going on, and cannot prioritize or allocate resources to address the problem. The failure to report results in reduced police resources, and crimes that are never addressed. "Most entertainment media [...]

2019-05-19T16:52:58-04:00May 19th, 2019|Categories: #ActAgainstScams, #DoYourDuty, #NeverBeAshamed, #WorldWarOnScams, Academic Studies & Research Reports, American / U.S.A. Scams & Scammers™, Australia / New Zealand Scams & Scammers™, Canada Scams & Scammers™, European Scams & Scammers™, France / French Scams & Scammers™, German Scams & Scammers™ - Liebesscammer, Government & Scams, Hong Kong & Macau Scams & Scammers™, How To Report Scams & Scammers, India / Southern Asia Scams & Scammers™, Indonesia Scams & Scammers™, Irish / Ireland / Éirean Scams & Scammers™, Israel Scams & Scammers™, Japan / Japanese Scams & Scammers™, Korea Scams & Scammers™, Latin American Scams & Scammers™, Law Enforcement & Scams, Low Countries Scams & Scammers™ - Belgium Luxembourg Netherlands, Malaysia Scams & Scammers™, Mediterranean Scams & Scammers™, Mexican Scams & Scammers™, Philippines / Filipinas / Pinoy Scams & Scammers™, Portugal Scams & Scammers, Romania Scams & Scammers, Russia / Russian Scams / Scammers™, Scandinavian Scams & Scammers™, SCARS|RSN™ Anti-Scam University - ScamU™, SCARS|RSN™ Insights, SCARS|RSN™ Scampedia™, Singapore Scams & Scammers™, South African Scams & Scammers™, Spain / Portugal Scams & Scammers™, Taiwan Scams & Scammers, Thailand Scams & Scammers™, U.K. / United Kingdom Scams & Scammers™, Ukrainian Scams & Scammers™, Vietnam Cambodia Laos Scams & Scammers™|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: How Do You Properly Report Scammers?

SCARS|RSN™ Scam Basics: How Do You Properly Report Scammers? Why Does It Matter Anyway? It is essential that law enforcement and the government knows about scams & scammers, even though there is nothing (in most cases) that they can do. By knowing better how many of these crimes take place, the government can plan and prioritize more resources and the need for international cooperation. Remember the squeaky wheel gets oiled. But if only 3% of victims [...]

How Do You Get Closure? – SCARS|RSN™ Psychology of Scams

SCARS|RSN™ Psychology of Scams: How Do You Get Closure? Closure Can Mean Different Things For Different People CLOSURE may be what someone needs to move on after a long relationship, after the death of a loved one, after a traumatic childhood event, or to overcome feelings of guilt for hurting someone in the past. However, closure after a romance scam is a different matter entirely. With a Romance Scam, there is no body to bury, [...]

Threats And Your Local Risk – SCARS|RSN™ Guide

SCARS|RSN™ Guide: Threats And Your Local Risk Are You Worried That Scammers Will Come After You? We have heard from countless victims who truly feared for their lives! Almost always without real reason, but for every rule there are exceptions. Let's Break Down What Your Real Risks Are: First, it is important to understand that not all scammers or online criminals are African. Frankly, this makes a major difference in the type and magnitude of [...]

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. » 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 [...]

RSN™ COMMENTARY: Tragic Misunderstanding

RSN™ COMMENTARY: Tragic Misunderstanding One of the things we see over and over, for many years, is the unrealistic expectations of scam victims. In our RSN Guide to "What You Can Expect After A Scam" we talk about the specifics of what will and should happen, and what will not happen. Sadly few have read it. Most victims do not understand how many scammers and victims there really are, here is a reality check: There [...]

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