Wayne wrote:After 4 months of no contact, it's highly unlikely they'll try again. I'm not going to say it's 100% guaranteed as you've left an opening for them to contact you and we always recommend you close everything. The signs are definitely good though.
As for hackers, it's not something we condone here, and would never recommend anyone go that route.
myvictimplanet wrote:So what do you think of my being visible on the internet? So I'm talking about my 2nd and 3rd question. I am a photographer and I am well known in my city. I have my name on the internet and Facebook because of the awards I
myvictimplanet wrote:In addition, I would like to say something to those who read this post. Yes, we made a mistake, but it is very important to learn from these mistakes. If I tell you from my own point of view, I suffered a lot psychologically. But this scourge has made me a more human being. I am more religious now. I don't judge people. I'm being tolerant. I am more compassionate towards animals.
Every human makes mistakes. According to the injustices and atrocities in the world, we made a small mistake. This brought us to ourselves. Healing takes time. But you will get better every day. There will always be doubt in you. But this is delusion. It is necessary to be able to stop that delusion. Spend more time with your family and real friends. Take part in organizations to help others, like the story of the admins on this site.
Makeshift wrote:My only question is about not setting a google alert back then.
Wayne wrote:Makeshift wrote:My only question is about not setting a google alert back then.
The Google alert is simply a way to show if anything does turn up using one single resource instead of looking at sites constantly. It makes no difference to the scam itself, just as a "no news is good news" precaution.
Makeshift wrote:But two the 2nd part of it in their MO to put them places without the victim knowing?
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