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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby mr.gansder » Sat Mar 25, 2023 3:32 am

In the meantime, I blocked him from instagram at the first moment. money then I blocked him from telegram and deleted my telegram account completely. I changed my Instagram username with a small change.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Mar 25, 2023 9:45 am

If you haven't already you should go to our Blackmail website.
You will find a form there to fill out with as much information as possible about the scammer.
Then do all of the steps you will find there in order to protect yourself.

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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby mr.gansder » Sat Mar 25, 2023 10:40 am

Big Al wrote:If you haven't already you should go to our Blackmail website.
You will find a form there to fill out with as much information as possible about the scammer.
Then do all of the steps you will find there in order to protect yourself.

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I tried to fill in the form there as best I could. I have a few questions:

1. How long do I have to disappear?
2. I sent money to the scammer at first, but when he asked for money again, I told him I wouldn't send it. Is there a chance he will bother me again?
3. How do Filipino scammers usually behave?

Thank you.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Mar 25, 2023 10:58 am

As Wayne stated before two weeks to two months. The longer the better.
You sent money so that adds time to how long you should stay away.
Also, you should file a fraud report with your local police.
Then take the report to wherever you sent the money through and try to get your money back.
There is another resource for your country listed here that you can also contact:
https://tinyurl.com/mr3wzfy2
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby mr.gansder » Sat Mar 25, 2023 11:30 am

Big Al wrote:As Wayne stated before two weeks to two months. The longer the better.
You sent money so that adds time to how long you should stay away.
Also, you should file a fraud report with your local police.
Then take the report to wherever you sent the money through and try to get your money back.
There is another resource for your country listed here that you can also contact:
https://tinyurl.com/mr3wzfy2


Thank you again,
I contacted the local police but they said there was nothing they could do as the fraudster lives abroad. Since I sent the money in bitcoins, I guess it is not possible for me to get any refund.

I think the scammer doesn't have any current information about me. I blocked him from all the communication networks he knows and closed my accounts. I think maybe he won't bother with me anymore because I told him in my last message "share it wherever you want, even send it to me and I'll show it to my friends." Is this a correct thought?
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Mar 25, 2023 11:39 am

Sometimes telling the scammer that you don't care if they post your info will hasten their exit.

Can you post the bitcoin address that you sent the money to?
We can report it as being used to scam people with.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby mr.gansder » Sat Mar 25, 2023 11:48 am

Big Al wrote:Sometimes telling the scammer that you don't care if they post your info will hasten their exit.

Can you post the bitcoin address that you sent the money to?
We can report it as being used to scam people with.


I will check if I can find the information and I will gladly share the address.

finally I have one more question. Is there any general information about Filipino scammers? the way they operate and their behaviour towards their victims etc.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Mar 25, 2023 11:58 am

I'll have to leave that question to Firefly or Wayne. They usually have accurate information concerning those things.
I suspect that They are somewhere in between the Moroccans and Ivory Coasters on the nasty-ness scale but I would not want to mislead you.

I'll ask one of them you address your question later today.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby firefly » Sat Mar 25, 2023 6:11 pm

Is there any general information about Filipino scammers? the way they operate and their behaviour towards their victims etc.


The Philippines National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group explanation: https://acg.pnp.gov.ph/main/cyber-secur ... rtion.html

If the scammer is caught, the penalty for blackmail in Philippines is imprisonment ranging from seven to fourteen years.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby mr.gansder » Sat Mar 25, 2023 6:45 pm

firefly wrote:
Is there any general information about Filipino scammers? the way they operate and their behaviour towards their victims etc.


The Philippines National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group explanation: https://acg.pnp.gov.ph/main/cyber-secur ... rtion.html

If the scammer is caught, the penalty for blackmail in Philippines is imprisonment ranging from seven to fourteen years.


Thanks for the information.

I don't have a phone number where the scammer can reach me, I closed my instagram account where he actually contacted me and I deleted my telegram account completely. Is there anything else I can do? I've done everything on the form but I want to be sure. Do you have any advice to reassure me?
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