I'm sorry to hear that romance scaammers have stolen your pictures, and are abusing them to steal money from people.
One thing you can do is listed here in our FAQ page.
There is advice for the victims who are contacting you here, too, as well as in this topic: What to do if you are a victim of a scam http://www.scamsurvivors.com/forum/view ... =3&t=26504Forum rules and frequently asked questions.viewtopic.php?f=3&t=19I'm the real person in the photos. What should I do?
We understand that you're just as much a - and I hate to use this word - victim of the scammer as those who sent money to him and we completely sympathize with your situation. This is why we try and post who the photos are stolen of as often as we can. Having the photos here will both make them less valuable to the scammer and act as a place to show that you are not the person sending the emails. Your best course of action is to comment in the thread with your photos that the scammer is using your photos without your permission.
You may also want to point any victim that contacts you to those topics on our forum. They need to post the details of the scammers abusing your pictures, so that others can be warned.
Putting scammer warnings on all of your online accounts where they can be found by potential victims will help, too.
Unfortunately, once a scammer steals your pictures, they will remain in Scammerland. They are re-stolen by other scammers, or shared with other scammers, or sold for scamming.
To contact an administrator here, you may email Wayne or firefly.
The staff's email addresses are listed at the bottom of every post we make on the forum. You may also use the PM button, and contact one of them that way.