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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby cantouchworld » Mon May 30, 2022 9:02 pm

I think you are right. I'm ashamed to take your time asking you questions. But I have to recover urgently. You know this job best. That's why I consulted you. you helped me a lot.

Last question: did they delete my video? Do they archive?
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Mon May 30, 2022 9:10 pm

They delete the videos. They are evidence against them if / when they get caught.
Why keep the video if it cannot make them any money?
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby cantouchworld » Mon May 30, 2022 9:13 pm

I am thankful to you. I will be better now. You are very nice people.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby nomorefb » Thu Jun 02, 2022 1:44 pm

Hi
I am a victim, the scammer is still trying to reach me through my friends even after 3 years. The big blunder I did is I paid money.

I am not on any social media platform, he is trying to gain my contact information through my friends. I have alerted my friends and family to not accept requests.

But still I'm worried , he is still chasing me
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Thu Jun 02, 2022 2:11 pm

It's highly unusual to have a BM scammer come back after that amount of time. You might consider going to the BM website by clicking the bubble above and reviewing the steps:

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Two things will make the scammer go away:
1. No contact from you and if they do contact you, do not respond.
2. Do not send any money.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Mp76 » Sat Jul 09, 2022 5:53 pm

Hi I was just scammed over this last weekend. The usuall Skype video thing... they got pic and video. I was so humiliated and scarred when they showed the video back to me, that I gave in and sent them money ($300) I thought I was in the clear until the next day they contacted me again and asked for more. I really didint know what to do, I was thinking about getting some money from a friend to pay but I knew this was never going to stop. I finally started thinking like an intelligent human being and started doing some searches on this type of scam and found this site. I cannot tell you how much this has helped. LAst night I completely deactivated FB and Skype, and blocked their numbers on my phone. They texted again this morning with a new number and showed my a screenshot of my wife's FB page... I promptly blocked the new number. I guess at this point I just have to have faith in the process I am following, but being able to read all of your comments here, has been the most helpful and gives me the confidence I need to keep moving forward. Thank you all!
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Jul 09, 2022 6:49 pm

The last thing you should do now is break silence.
Change your phone number if you need to.
No contact & no money and they usually move on quickly.

You should file a police report with your local police.
Then take the police report to wherever you send the $300 through and try to reverse the payment.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Mp76 » Sat Jul 09, 2022 8:25 pm

BigAl, thanks for the advice. It doesn’t appear my local police department handles this type of online scam, they referred me to the FBI website. I paid through PayPal so not sure if there is any recourse there. I most definitely will not be allowing any further communication. I can keep blocking new numbers as they come in but I doubt they have an unlimited number of fake numbers they want to use on me.
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby Big Al » Sat Jul 09, 2022 9:28 pm

Did you pay through Paypal using the Friends and Family option?
If not you can dispute the charges.
You should also file a report with the FBI at their IC3 website:
https://www.ic3.gov/Home/FileComplaint
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Re: recovery and reassurance

Unread postby myvictimplanet » Thu Aug 18, 2022 1:17 am

Hello, I'm here to inform you. It's been 10 months. I am still alive.

Trust the wonderful people here.

I only have whatsapp open. did not reach from there. because I blocked it. I hope I won't be bothered anymore.

If the bad things that happen to you change your life for the better, it is not an evil but a blessing from God.

The world needs good and tolerant people. so do you.
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