If you are a victim of scam located in South Africa and the scammer get your real life details and copies of your identity documents, please contact: https://www.safps.org.za/index.aspx?ReturnUrl=/
- The Southern African Fraud Prevention Service (SAFPS)
Their main activity is combating fraud across the financial services industry by providing a shared database to member organisations and offering the South African public a means of protecting themselves against impersonation and identity theft. SAFPS has successfully prevented more than R8 billion in attempted frauds since inception.
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