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recovery and reassurance

Scammers that pretend to be in a refugee camp, usually in Senegal.

Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby imasurvivor19 » Mon Feb 22, 2021 1:28 am

hey all. 2 days ago I was targeted in sextortion. I paid them 1500 dollars and I know that was a mistake. I have since deleted both accounts I spoke to the scammers on and deactivated my Facebook. Snapchat is where the threats happened and I use the same username there as I do for Instagram and Twitter because I am a music artist. I cannot really afford to deactivate those accounts completely so i privated them and made it so that no one from the outside can send me any messages. do you guys feel that I will be able to put those profiles back on public after a few weeks / months?i have not been contacted in any way since Friday evening (it is now Sunday evening). I feel much more confident that this will pass now that I’ve found this website and all your testimonies / advice. I have filled out the form about my experience and I hope it can help others.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby SlapHappy » Wed Feb 24, 2021 5:51 pm

Since you gave them a considerable amount of money, double the time off social media. In a couple of months, you should be fine.
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