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Romance Scams Trauma Recovery Tips

Romance Scams Trauma Recovery Tips A SCARS Recovery Insight Scam Victim Frequently Suffer From Trauma Here are tips from recognized experts to provide a direction for scam victims or any individual that may be suffering These are only a general guide, but if you feel that you are experiencing trauma see below for a link to trauma professionals that can help. Recovery Tip 1: Get Moving Trauma disrupts [...]

Scam Victims Debt Part 1 – Recognize It, Confront It, Control It, Survive It!

Scam Victim Debt - Recognize It, Confront It, Control It, Survive It! After a Scam, Many Victims Have Debt That Must Be Addressed Unfortunately, avoiding the truth not only makes it harder to resolve later and also keeps you trapped in denial After A Scam Is Discovered Comes The Debt! Many Victims Then Have To Face The Truth About New Debt! As a financial fraud victim, you have [...]

SCARS Commentary About Helping Victims

SCARS Commentary About Helping Victims Our Team Members Are Only Human Too. A SCARS Commentary About How Hard It Is To Help New Victims In Complete Panic One of the very hardest things for us is trying to help a relationship scam victim in a complete panic. When a victim is in so much panic that they cannot listen to any guidance, and will not tell us the [...]

What Does Recovery Mean For A Scam Victim? [Updated]

What Does Recovery Mean For A Scam Victim? What Does It Mean to Be "In Recovery?" In this article, we are going to talk about recovery, as in recovery after a scam What Does It Mean To Recover? In Our Context We Mean That Recovery Is A Process However, because scams are complex in that they involve psychological traumatization (as a victim), involve addiction (as in the mental [...]

SCARS™ Psychology of Scams: Reciprocity Rule & Scams

SCARS™ Psychology of Scams: Reciprocity Rule & Scams Definition Of Reciprocity In social psychology, reciprocity is a social norm of responding to a positive action with another positive action, rewarding kind actions. As a social construct, reciprocity means that in response to friendly actions, people are frequently much nicer and much more cooperative than predicted by the self-interest model; conversely, in response to hostile actions, they are frequently much nastier and even brutal. [lwptoc] Reciprocity is also a technique of Social Engineering. [...]