Stolen Faces

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Victim’s 7 Deadly Sins – SCARS|RSN™ Scam Recovery

SCARS|RSN™ Scam Recovery: Victim's 7 Deadly Sins When Scam Victims Cross The Line WARNING: This Is Going To Be A Fire And Brimstone Kind Of Sermon About Scam Victims Its purpose is not to blame, shame, or condemn, but to help recent victims understand that their after-scam decisions have just as many consequences as their decision to let their scammer in. Who Are We To Talk About This? SCARS is a victims assistance and support [...]

Leave Other Victims Alone! – SCARS|RSN™ Commentary

SCARS|RSN™ Commentary: Leave Other Victims Alone! We Mean Impersonation Victims - The Face In The Stolen Photo! IT IS SAD THAT WE HAVE TO KEEP SAYING THIS OVER AND OVER DO NOT TRY TO CONTACT THE REAL PERSON IN THE STOLEN PHOTO WARNING: This is going to be blunt, because this is the only way to reach some victims - this does not apply to most romance scam victims. Invading The Privacy Of Impersonation Victims [...]

SCARS|RSN™ Guide: What To Do If Your Photos Are Being Used By Scammers

SCARS|RSN™ Guide: What To Do If Your Photos Are Being Used By Scammers What Should You Do! If your photos are being used by scammers you have some power! First, it is important to understand how this happened. You Probably Let Them Do It! In today's internet world, you have to be in control of your privacy and who has access to your information.  Facebook, Instagram, Google, Tumblr, Picasa, Pintrest, all allow control over who [...]

Stolen Face / Stolen Identity – Chinese QQ Girls: Have You Seen Them?

Stolen Identity: Have You Seen Them? QQ Girls African scammers are now using Chinese social media photos of girls on QQ.com to scam American and European men in place of porn stars. These are unknown and even if you do a Google image search the page that will come up will be in Chinese - so there are no easy ways to confirm that these are stolen (unless you read Mandarin of course). Fortunately, SCARS has a sister [...]

RSN™ Insight: Why We Do What We Do?

RSN™ Insight: Why We Do What We Do? Many have asked why we do not post more photos of scammers on our Main Facebook Pages? (Here & Here) Updated November 2018 The Reason Is Actually A Simple One - But It Has Several Parts: 1) Facebook prohibits harassment or bullying of other people. Ironically, scammers are people, and as such the approach taken in exposing them can get you in trouble with Facebook. This is [...]

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