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Unread postby lmazzarella » Thu Mar 15, 2018 12:03 pm

How do I post pictures of my scammer?? And if I'm wrong about him, can I be prosecuted??
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Re: How?

Unread postby Big Al » Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:06 pm

When you go to make a post there is a button underneath the window that says "Upload Attachment". Just click that and navigate to the photo and click on it. Then click add the attachment.

Do be aware of our posting guidelines. "Only fully clothed people" and no photos of children.

Please post E-mails you have received from the scammer too as evidence.

E-mail addresses, photographs and fake documents, Phone numbers, & links to social media are all helpful.

Then please read this topic "What to do if you are a victim...".

I will delete your second post. No need for it.
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Re: How?

Unread postby SlapHappy » Thu Mar 15, 2018 2:19 pm

And if I'm wrong about him, can I be prosecuted??

Don't worry about that. We check out and verify all the information that you give us that proves that he is a scammer before we allow his details to be shown on the forum. Please send all the information Big Al asked for and might later ask for, so we can be sure. If he is a scammer, he will be moved to the main forum, so that other victims can find the information and not be hurt. We can post it anonymously for you as well.

If he is proved to be a scammer there is ZERO chance he could prosecute anyone, since he is the one committing crimes, not you or us. We do not post on suspicion, we post only with proof of scam.

Until then, STOP all communication with the scammer. Ignore his emails, social site messages, texts, chats, calls. Block him everywhere.

Do not send the scammer any money. Do not tell him you know or suspect he is a scammer. Do not tell him you have contacted us about him!
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