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Unread postby SlapHappy » Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:04 am

Form received 2019-10-15 23:45:40

What name did the scammer use?:
I have blocked them and I have reported to Facebook,when I check the
block list to check the name, it disappear,i dont know why

How old did the scammer say they were?:

What site/app did you first meet the scammer on? Please provide a link if

Who made the first contact?:
They contacted me first.

If they asked you to leave the site/app and go elsewhere, where did they
take you?:
western union and moneygram

Scammer's email address if you have it.:

Scammer's Skype name.:
It happened 16days ago, I have blocked them and I have reported to
Facebook,when I check the block list to check the name, it
disappear,i dont know why

Scammer's Skype username (right click their photo/avatar and click "view
I cannot remember, because police told me they cannot do noting but file.
So I throw all the things for recovery.

How much money did they demand?:

Name you were told to send the money to.:
Sorry, I cannot remember

What country/city were you told to send the money to?:

How were you to send the money ?:
Western Union and paypal

What steps, if any, have you already taken to block the scammer?:
The policeman taught me to block the scrammer and then I report to
Facebook, and I have deactivated my facebook.

Are there any other details you wish to share? Anything you say may help
prevent someone else from being scammed.:
I remember the scrammer said she is from Korea and she is in LA. And I
remember this scrammer kept forcing me to open the camera in the Messager
of Facebook. The scrammer ask me to registrate the Western Union and
MoneyGram. When I registrate I have to take a photo of my passport. When I
take a photo, they said they can't see anything and shout at me to open the
camere, but I am not sure whether they are lying. If the see my passport ,
am I in a trouble? My original passport is in my room. And the receipt in
Western Union have my address and my telephone, but in these day, the only
one called me is the police. Also, when I told them I don't have money,
they asked me to show them my bank account. When I showed them the
sort-code of my card may be seen by them. Are there any risks?

I am sorry I can only provide the paypal account but not anything else,
because it happened 15 days ago.
You know, in this days, I don't feel so good and I am afraid they would
find me again even though nothing happen because they know I called the
police and I dont have much friends use the Facebook as a social media. So
I throwed all the receipt related to it to the bin and I search some
article which have the same situations like me and then I found your
website. But maybe it is too late, because when they contact me, I am
scared. I just arrived in an aboard school for a few weeks and I don't
familar this environment. So I belived the scrammer words and they kept
using the video talk to monitor me so if I do something wired, they would
shout at me.

Thank you very much. After I see your article, I feel better.
If anyone asks you for money on the Internet they are always a scammer, 100% of the time.
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