firefly wrote:By logical deduction, that means Asia.
Scam is such a broad term that can apply to anything.
If it was a real life scam, meaning you met the fraudster in person, the report need to be done to the local police from the area where the fraud happened. If we are talking about online fraud, and you never met the fraudster in person, the standard procedure is to contact your local police and file a complaint. If they have enough elements they will follow on this.
If you want to share the details of the online scam you dealt with for warning other potential victims, please use my email address (you can find it below) and forward to me the details of the story and the messages / pictures / documents you received.
How about if you send me what you have about this case? You have my email address below. After looking to what you have, I might be able to advise about a way to follow. Right now we are in the "what if" territory and that will help no one.
Big Al wrote:Yes, that is Firefly's correct E-mail address. You can send the information there.
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