SCAMMERS AND PSYCHOLOGY... The Art of Manipulation.

Look at these and you will see things you recognise.
Scammers are not random and their methods are not without structure and control.

BUT REMEMBER IT'S YOUR LIFE.. THEY ARE ON THE OTHER END OF THE PHONE... NOT WITH YOU... YOU HAVE CHOICES.

CHOOSE TO SAY NO AND NEVER SEND ANYONE MONEY.


19 comments:

  1. How do I post pics of my scammer?

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  2. send to scamhatersunited@gmail.com please

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  3. How can I help my client that is being scammed and doesn't believe it?

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    1. You can talk to me on the Facebook page, come to Messages on there, the blue button at the top or scamhatersunited@gmail.com and let's see if I can help.

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  4. Hola se puede hacer por aca subir perfiles falso o no gracias

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    1. No puedes atravesar el blog pero puedes enviarlo a scamhatersunited@gmail.com

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  5. Hi I've been sending you an email, theres one scammers profile: davidmccrorylol@gmail.com using stolen pics from Dr. Fernando Gomez Pinto. He is using Hangouts and Instagramm.
    He's telling he's a surgeon, working for the UN in Syria/Damascus. Sendig pics with his daughter saying he's widowed and his wife passed away in 2012.
    So be careful. He did not get me. Kind regards
    Jacqueline

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  6. Thank you I did report the Instagram accouont and record the gmail thank you, I thought I had replied also so apologies is I didn't.. I sincerely thought I had

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  7. I was recently a victim of a scammer. I am in such a hard situation right now. I am about to loose my home, car and feel so ashamed of myself.

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  8. Please come to the Facebook, so much easier to talk in private !

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  9. Good evening,
    I am writing to you from Rome. I was contacted by a certain UN commander Robert Steward on a mission to Afghanistan. How can I tell if it's a scammer?
    Thanks

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  10. Hola hace poco fui contactada por un estafador en Instagram su nombre Marionn winterbuton. Me envío su número de teléfono para agregarlo a whatsapp, han llegado tanto a los extremos, que están preparados para enviarte una video llamada no se como lo hacen pero envían la video llamada y lo ves es real es la persona se a foto. Me dio curiosidad buscar por su rostro y encontré que usa varios nombres y es un perfil falso.

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  11. Do you have a podcast? It would be immensely helpful to millions of potential victims and cathartic to real life victims if the latter were given a platform on which to tell their stories.

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  12. Not yet but we recommend https://www.buzzsprout.com/255162/1192736

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  13. I was sent picture from a guy calling himself 'Jonathan Hubert' the photo's I later learned using google images was of Jonathan August...I was scammed out of over $30,000 New Zealand $. Reading the art of manipulation is exactly what happened to me. I have given all his details email address and cell phone number to Netsafe and Scamwhatch. The police also have all his details on file.

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    1. Good that you reported as so many do not. We do try SO HARD to put over the never send money to anyone you have never met message and yet it isn't getting anywhere.. women search AFTER the scam. I am very sorry they found you. We have a lot of work to do yet !

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  14. I was asked to friend a good looking soldier on facebook suposidly divorced with a 10 year old daughter called Cathy. He was American soldier called Cravey Edward with email craveyedward1386@gmail.com. The facebook page looked real and I accepted. Very soon he asked me to download Googlehangouts and then started sweet talking me and asking me to marry him, and this went on for about 6 weeks. Sometimes in the middle of the night supposedly because of the time difference. He was going to retire from the army and come to Australia to be with me. It all went sour when he said he had a last mission to perform before he could retire that needed him to kill one of the enemy also the ss were involved in the mission. Which meant he would have a good retirement payout and be set for life. I might add he was supposed to be in Afghanistan. There were quite a number of photos of the real Cravey which they were making into this fake person but when I did some hunting after the event I found that they were actually ones stolen off the internet and were of a very high ranking soldier actually with the surname Cravey. Hence some of the photos were very real as names were on uniform etc. Then the next day after the supposed last mission I was told he was in big trouble and had been jailed by his enemy because he had accidentally shot a 10 year old child belonging the them and the child needed medical attention (of which there were photos) to the tune of $20,000 or he would be jailed for the rest of his life and, I think in desperation to get the money, as I was being very difficult with questions to him, beheaded. This was immediately the big red flag and I said NO and immediately deleted the Googlehangout program. I since found the real legitimate soldier on the internet with all the same photos that had been sent to me. I feel very sorry that this real person had been used in such a fashion and glad that he was a happily married person. It was an awful ordeal to go through for me and I was really amazed that someone could manipulate me in such a way.

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    1. Cravey is used mercilessely by scammers and their greedy stories to steal money from innocent people.
      The stories they tell are so wild imagination it takes a truly twisted brain to come up with these lies.
      Thank you for the information and thank you for knowing.

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