It might take google awhile to index files. But why would a scammer bother to reupload a video if he has nobody to send it to as all your accounts are deactivated? There is no MONEY in doing that. You will not pay, and he knows it. He has 30-40 others that are far easier to get MONEY from.
What keeps scammers from reading this site and getting tips on how to avoid being avoided?
Most blackmail scammers can read the site. Most do not waste time reading it, as there is no MONEY in doing so. If you close every avenue to them contacting you, they cannot threaten any more. This means no more MONEY for them in even trying. Blackmail scammers have not changed their methods in the last six years that we have been doing this, despite the fact that some probably have read our site at least once. Victim behavior is the same, and their methods work enough to keep them well funded, so why change? Every day they have more potential victims than they can handle in a day.
It's about speed and volume, and chasing the easy MONEY from as many new victims as possible. It is not about YOU personally. Look at it from their perspective, and step into their shoes. Would you bother to spend time reuploading videos and finding disappeared victims who probably will not pay, or deal with the six others on your screen bombarding you with chat requests and looking for attention?
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I get 4-5 scam calls/day myself, but all are screened by an answering machine, or voicemail. I never pick up unless I know who it is, or they leave a message. You are probably paranoid about the calling, and have gotten them before the scam as well, as it's most likely other phone robo scammers.
Reading other bm topics here will also keep your head in your own scam unnecessarily, and probably does more harm than good, keeping the wheels spinning in your head. Remember, the forms here are what happened to the victims before they go here, saw the steps and did them, so any "bad things" occurred while they were still in contact with the scammer.
Get back to eating normally and real life, as you cannot think straight with low blood sugar. Getting back to real life offline is more important right now.