The rules here are very simple. Most of them are simply common sense and common courtesy.

Do NOT tell your scammer they're posted here. If we find out that you've pointed a scammer here, we WILL delete your account. No ifs, buts or second chances.

Your details have to match your information.
If you claim to be in one part of the world, but your information shows you to be elsewhere, then your account will be deleted. Pseudunyms are allowed, but falsifying any other information is not.

Illegal activities are not allowed.
We will not tolerate any discussion of illegal activities by forum members. The scammers may be criminals, but we are not. Such actions will get you banned.

Multiple accounts are not allowed without permission of the forum staff. If you forget your password, request a new one. Don't make a new account.

Regarding blackmail scams/sextortion: If the person told you they were underage before the blackmail incident occurred and you continued to talk to them, we CAN NOT and WILL NOT help you. If we discover that the person told you they were underage and you proceeded to talk to them in a sexual way, your account will be closed and we may seek advice from law enforcement.

Self-Promotion is Spam.
All posts are read by our administration and moderation team. If we catch questionable content, it will immediately be edited or removed for futher investigation. Any post that is considered advertising, fits under this subject. Doing so will result in your account being suspended.

Vulgar language is not allowed.
This constitutes the use of any kind of offensive, discriminatory, or otherwise inappropriate material. Inappropriate language will potentially be removed and users will be warned. User names should be appropriate and not contain any unsuitable words.

Photos.
When posting up photos, none showing anything other than fully clothed people are acceptable. No underwear or bikini/swimwear shots, no excessive cleavage or other flesh. Our membership consists of both males and females, so photos that would offend either gender are not permitted. Any unsuitable photos we find will be deleted. Continued breaking of this rule or posting of excessively sexual images will result in your account being closed.

First amendment rights do not apply to web sites.
You keep using those words. I don't think it means what you think it means. First amendment rights/"freedom of speech" are only applicable when it comes to governments. When you enter a website, you agree to abide by their rules and regulations. Membership is a privilege and not a right, and can be revoked at any time.

Do not post provocative, outrageous, or pointless messages only to get a response from others, i.e. "trolling." Repeat violators will be permanently banned.

Do NOT continue to chase or contact your scammer.

Both of the above can put any potential law enforcement investigations in jeopardy.

Do NOT contact the real people in the photos the scammers use. When we do so, we use our official site accounts. The people in the photos are victims, and we do not condone people harassing them for any reason.

We strongly recommend you keep all communication with other members to this site. We do all we can to keep the scammers out, but no method can ever be 100% successful, so it's better to be safe than sorry. If another member attempts to take out to chat off this site, please let us know.

We attempt to censor the posts made here by individuals as little as possible, and then usually only to ensure they conform with the forum rules regarding nudity in images posted. As such, the opinions expressed in these forums are not necessarily those of this site or its staff.

Word censors are there for a reason. Do not try to circumvent them in any way.

Do not post in long abandoned threads unless it is to add relevant information. This is called "necroing" and is frowned upon. Doing so will result in your post being deleted.

Do not quote the post above you. We can see it already. No need to see it again.

Do not send the same message to multiple people via PM. Any messages for more than one person MUST be posted in public on the forum.

In order to maintain a positive atmosphere, no personal attacks or insults will be tolerated. While discussions may become heated, it is not an excuse to result to attacks or insults. There is a difference between a passionate, respectful discussion and one that delves into personal matters. Think of it as debating issues, not individuals. When the line is crossed, the discussion may be closed by the moderation team. Violators will be warned and potentially banned.

Our site relies on the exchange of information. If you are unwilling to do this, then you will be removed from this site. You found us because of what others shared - refusing to do the same goes against the spirit of the site and will not be tolerated.

Forum matters should be discussed openly either on our forum or our official chat room.
One of the many tactics scammers use is to isolate their target while they practice their deception. And of course deception is their most powerful tool. Because of this, we believe that we, as scam fighters, need to be completely open and honest with our communications with each other regarding scams. Private messages should be for exchanging personal contact information or chatting about personal lives. Anything scam related should be discussed in the open where all members might benefit. Also be wary of any forum member offering advice, especially in PM. They've dealt with their scammer, the forum staff have dealt with tens of thousands. Who do you think knows more and is able to offer proper advice? We have seen victims offer advice to other victims which was wrong at best, dangerous at worst.

We welcome people regardless of their political or religious beliefs, but they should be left out of threads unless absolutely relevent to the subject at hand. Forcefully trying to impose your views on these matters to others will end in your account being terminated.

Moderators and Administrators Have the Final Word. If you have a problem or a complaint, direct it to the administrators and/or moderators, not to the boards. The appropriate actions will be taken. If one staff member informs you of a decision that's not to your liking, writing to others in the hopes of a different outcome will get you banned. We reserve the right to ban flagrant offenders when deemed necessary, with or without prior warning. "Back seat modding" is also forbidden. Moderators were chosen for their knowledge and skills when it comes to dealing with scammers and those who have been scammed. Do not try to preempt their decisions and rulings.

Cross-Posting.
If you have something to post and you're not sure which board it belongs in, do not post it in more than one board. If the administrators or moderators think it would fit better in another location, it will be moved there. Duplicate threads only serve to create confusion.

Signature Rules.
Any signatures used to promote other sites will be deleted, and the account closed. Also, please keep your signature short and to the point.

Multiple Accounts Per Individual Are Not Permitted
If you forget your password, use the password recovery tool, in which case you will be able to reset your password, given that you have access to the e-mail associated with your account. If you are still unable to log in, contact the administrator.

Details on confirmed scammers will not be removed from the forum. Posts cannot be edited by anyone other than forum staff after 60 minutes to prevent hacked accounts from deleting information that can save others from being scammed. We will edit your name out of posts, but we will not remove anything related to the scammer. Requests to remove details in a post, claiming the person in the photographs is genuine will be met with a request of our own, asking for photographic proof. If none is forthcoming, the details will not be removed. This has to be done in order to prevent scammers from attempting to have details of their profiles removed so they can continue scamming unhindered.

All content posted become the intellectual property of ADLOT SAFETY and can be used by us in order to promote awareness of scamming and/or our site.

The forum rules can be added to/amended at any time and without prior warning by the forum staff.

The rules here are very simple. Most of them are simply common sense and common courtesy. Do NOT tell your scammer they're posted here. If we find out that you've pointed a scammer here, we WILL delete your account. No ifs, buts or second chances. Your details have to match your information. If you claim to be in one part of the world, but your information shows you to be elsewhere, then your account will be deleted. Pseudunyms are allowed, but falsifying any other information is not. Illegal activities are not allowed. We will not tolerate any discussion of illegal activities by forum members. The scammers may be criminals, but we are not. Such actions will get you banned. Multiple accounts are not allowed without permission of the forum staff. If you forget your password, request a new one. Don't make a new account. Regarding blackmail scams/sextortion: If the person told you they were underage before the blackmail incident occurred and you continued to talk to them, we CAN NOT and WILL NOT help you. If we discover that the person told you they were underage and you proceeded to talk to them in a sexual way, your account will be closed and we may seek advice from law enforcement. Self-Promotion is Spam. All posts are read by our administration and moderation team. If we catch questionable content, it will immediately be edited or removed for futher investigation. Any post that is considered advertising, fits under this subject. Doing so will result in your account being suspended. Vulgar language is not allowed. This constitutes the use of any kind of offensive, discriminatory, or otherwise inappropriate material. Inappropriate language will potentially be removed and users will be warned. User names should be appropriate and not contain any unsuitable words. Photos. When posting up photos, none showing anything other than fully clothed people are acceptable. No underwear or bikini/swimwear shots, no excessive cleavage or other flesh. Our membership consists of both males and females, so photos that would offend either gender are not permitted. Any unsuitable photos we find will be deleted. Continued breaking of this rule or posting of excessively sexual images will result in your account being closed. First amendment rights do not apply to web sites. You keep using those words. I don't think it means what you think it means. First amendment rights/"freedom of speech" are only applicable when it comes to governments. When you enter a website, you agree to abide by their rules and regulations. Membership is a privilege and not a right, and can be revoked at any time. Do not post provocative, outrageous, or pointless messages only to get a response from others, i.e. "trolling." Repeat violators will be permanently banned. Do NOT continue to chase or contact your scammer. Both of the above can put any potential law enforcement investigations in jeopardy. Do NOT contact the real people in the photos the scammers use. When we do so, we use our official site accounts. The people in the photos are victims, and we do not condone people harassing them for any reason. We strongly recommend you keep all communication with other members to this site. We do all we can to keep the scammers out, but no method can ever be 100% successful, so it's better to be safe than sorry. If another member attempts to take out to chat off this site, please let us know. We attempt to censor the posts made here by individuals as little as possible, and then usually only to ensure they conform with the forum rules regarding nudity in images posted. As such, the opinions expressed in these forums are not necessarily those of this site or its staff. Word censors are there for a reason. Do not try to circumvent them in any way. Do not post in long abandoned threads unless it is to add relevant information. This is called "necroing" and is frowned upon. Doing so will result in your post being deleted. Do not quote the post above you. We can see it already. No need to see it again. Do not send the same message to multiple people via PM. Any messages for more than one person MUST be posted in public on the forum. In order to maintain a positive atmosphere, no personal attacks or insults will be tolerated. While discussions may become heated, it is not an excuse to result to attacks or insults. There is a difference between a passionate, respectful discussion and one that delves into personal matters. Think of it as debating issues, not individuals. When the line is crossed, the discussion may be closed by the moderation team. Violators will be warned and potentially banned. Our site relies on the exchange of information. If you are unwilling to do this, then you will be removed from this site. You found us because of what others shared - refusing to do the same goes against the spirit of the site and will not be tolerated. Forum matters should be discussed openly either on our forum or our official chat room. One of the many tactics scammers use is to isolate their target while they practice their deception. And of course deception is their most powerful tool. Because of this, we believe that we, as scam fighters, need to be completely open and honest with our communications with each other regarding scams. Private messages should be for exchanging personal contact information or chatting about personal lives. Anything scam related should be discussed in the open where all members might benefit. Also be wary of any forum member offering advice, especially in PM. They've dealt with their scammer, the forum staff have dealt with tens of thousands. Who do you think knows more and is able to offer proper advice? We have seen victims offer advice to other victims which was wrong at best, dangerous at worst. We welcome people regardless of their political or religious beliefs, but they should be left out of threads unless absolutely relevent to the subject at hand. Forcefully trying to impose your views on these matters to others will end in your account being terminated. Moderators and Administrators Have the Final Word. If you have a problem or a complaint, direct it to the administrators and/or moderators, not to the boards. The appropriate actions will be taken. If one staff member informs you of a decision that's not to your liking, writing to others in the hopes of a different outcome will get you banned. We reserve the right to ban flagrant offenders when deemed necessary, with or without prior warning. "Back seat modding" is also forbidden. Moderators were chosen for their knowledge and skills when it comes to dealing with scammers and those who have been scammed. Do not try to preempt their decisions and rulings. Cross-Posting. If you have something to post and you're not sure which board it belongs in, do not post it in more than one board. If the administrators or moderators think it would fit better in another location, it will be moved there. Duplicate threads only serve to create confusion. Signature Rules. Any signatures used to promote other sites will be deleted, and the account closed. Also, please keep your signature short and to the point. Multiple Accounts Per Individual Are Not Permitted If you forget your password, use the password recovery tool, in which case you will be able to reset your password, given that you have access to the e-mail associated with your account. If you are still unable to log in, contact the administrator. Details on confirmed scammers will not be removed from the forum. Posts cannot be edited by anyone other than forum staff after 60 minutes to prevent hacked accounts from deleting information that can save others from being scammed. We will edit your name out of posts, but we will not remove anything related to the scammer. Requests to remove details in a post, claiming the person in the photographs is genuine will be met with a request of our own, asking for photographic proof. If none is forthcoming, the details will not be removed. This has to be done in order to prevent scammers from attempting to have details of their profiles removed so they can continue scamming unhindered. All content posted become the intellectual property of ADLOT SAFETY and can be used by us in order to promote awareness of scamming and/or our site. The forum rules can be added to/amended at any time and without prior warning by the forum staff.

Why are these scams referred to as "419 scams"?

"419" refers to article 419 of the Nigerian Criminal Code, which deals with obtaining property by false pretences. A large percentage of these scams originate from, or have links to Nigeria.

Where do they get my email address from?

At some point you left your email address on a site. Possibly when joining up for something or leaving a comment on a guestbook. Some sites actually sell the email addresses of their members, and there's software that "scrapes" the internet looking for email addresses. People try to fool the software by editing their email address so it can be worked out by a human, but not software and not picked up.

What kind of scams are involved?

The scams are many and varied. From pretending to fall in love to selling nonexistent animals to pretending to be a hitman. If there's a way to make money, then a scammer will use it.

Are there any common signs to look out for?

Briefly, any request for money, unexpected emails from places dealing with money - especially banks or government figures - or mention of large sums of money. Even the romance scams, which are the ones that tend to have the longest amount of time before the money request will still have that money request.

Why do they use Western Union?

It's an easy way to receive money anonymously. The money requests will usually have a question and answer the scammer will give you to use when you make the payment. The reason for this is that they can then pick the money up without the need for ID. The question and answer is a legitimate service Western Union offer to aid those who have had their ID lost or stolen that is abused by the scammers.

If I sent money, can I get it back?

The money is gone. The amount of times a scammer has sent a person's money back are so small as to be not worth mentioning.

But I had an email telling me the scammer is arrested and I can get my money back.

This is called a recovery scam and is simply the same scammer trying for one last payday off you. Don't fall for it. Their plan is to tell you that they can get your money back, but processing fees/bribes will need to be paid. Even worse, they may send you money by scamming someone else into sending it to you. This puts you at risk of being arrested as an accomplice to the scammer.

Should I contact the police?

Of course. However, due to the fact the scammers are in a different country, there's nothing they can do except make a report.

How do you know they're in another country? My scammer told me he was in the USA.

Hidden in every email is something called headers. These show the path the eail sent before it arrived to you. By learning to read the email headers (which is actually very simple) you can often find out the true location of the scammer.

My scammer is from Sunnyvale/Mountain View in California.

This is a common misconception people make. Sunnyvale is Yahoo (sometimes shown as Inktomi) and Mountain View is Gmail. Gmail hides the real location of an email and only shows its own location. Yahoo sometimes does this too.

Should I get his email address shut down?

Is it Yahoo/Gmail or any of the free providers? Remember that accountant.com, lawyer.com and a lot of the other "occupation.com" addresses are also free addresses from mail.com. If so, then no. The scammer will have several other accounts ready for this. All you'd have done is inconvenienced him for a few minutes and made any information about his email address posted online redundant. If it's a paid for account, then kill it. Basic rule of thumb, free is to be left alone, paid for is to be shut down.

Are the scammers male or female?

Most 419 scam varieties are run by males, even the one when the person you're talking to claims to be female. If you do talk to a female, they're either an accomplice, friend or family member. In my years of experience, only one I ever dealt with was a female, and many were definitely not, no matter what they claimed. Most Russian scammers are males too, with females being paid to make calls and take photos. Scammers from the Philippines are much more likely to be females or ladyboys.

Should I confront my scammer with what I know?

No. Let me rephrase that. NO!!!
Once you realise you've been talking to a scammer, drop him like a hot potato. You run the risk of two things here. Being sucked back into the scam or having the scammer threaten you. Take it from the years of experience we have here. Dropping your scammer immediately without even a single word is the absolute best thing to do.

I know who the person in the pictures the scammer used is. What should I do?

Let us know. Being able to tell people that their scammer is abusing stolen pictures and being able to prove it is one of the best ways to convince them. That being said, do not contact the person in the pictures. The forum staff know how to deal with these situations and what the best course of action is. If we feel that the person needs to know, then we can do it through the site's email system.

I'm the real person in the photos. What should I do?

We understand that you're just as much a - and I hate to use this word - victim of the scammer as those who sent money to him and we completely sympathise with your situation. This is why we try and post who the photos are stolen of as often as we can. Having the photos here will both make them less valuable to the scammer and act as a place to show that you are not the person sending the emails. Your best course of action is to comment in the thread with your photos that the scammer is using your photos without your permission.

The scammer included a list of other people he's emailing / I've found his f/b page and there are innocent people he's in touch with. Should I tell them?

Again, this is something best left to the forum staff. Scammers often email or befriend other accounts they own. We can tell what accounts are genuine and what ones are the scammer's.

Should I post his details here?

Absolutely, 100% Doing so will help save others from being scammed by the same scam.

What should I post?

As much as possible, but the essentials are he scammer's stolen photos, emails, his email address and the email headers if you know how to get them. Just be sure to take out your own email address when you post them. The more you post, the more likely someone else is of finding it and not being scammed.

My friend/relative is being scammed, but doesn't realise it. What can I do?

We can help. Give us as much information as you can and we'll help you. Even the smallest detail could be the one that proves they're a scammer.

My scammer found out I reported him and is threatening me. I'm scared. What should I do?

Ignore him. His threats are nothing but words. Pinky says it best HERE.

I see people discussing "baiting" a scammer. What is it, and can I do it?

There are two types of baiting involved here. One is simply to pretend to be a "mark" for the scammer and post up his details. All this involves is setting up a fake account and waiting for the scammer emails/messages to roll in, then posting them up to make his scam available to search engines. All that's required is proof it's a scammer, and that can usually be found within the first two emails. Often it can even be found in the first one they send you. Anyone can do this, and we explain how to do it HERE.
The second type involves stringing the scammer along even forther to waste their time and help keep them away from real people who may pay out. This is much more complex and dangerous for those who have been scammed before. We would recommend talking to Slappy or myself about it, and we can point you in the right direction, telling you which version is best for you. Both types damage a scammer's business, but one puts the baiter at more risk than the other and really isn't suited for everyone.

Thank you. How can I help your site?

Spread the word. That is the best thing you can do for us. Post any scammers you get here, and tell people about us. Doing that will help raise awareness and save others. If you want to help financially with the running of the site (and there is absolutely no obligation) then we have a donate link at the bottom of every page. However, getting the word out is the most important thing and won't cost you a penny. Tell your friends and relatives. Write to your local media offering to share your story. Anything that gets the word out.

Why are these scams referred to as "419 scams"? "419" refers to article 419 of the Nigerian Criminal Code, which deals with obtaining property by false pretences. A large percentage of these scams originate from, or have links to Nigeria. Where do they get my email address from? At some point you left your email address on a site. Possibly when joining up for something or leaving a comment on a guestbook. Some sites actually sell the email addresses of their members, and there's software that "scrapes" the internet looking for email addresses. People try to fool the software by editing their email address so it can be worked out by a human, but not software and not picked up. What kind of scams are involved? The scams are many and varied. From pretending to fall in love to selling nonexistent animals to pretending to be a hitman. If there's a way to make money, then a scammer will use it. Are there any common signs to look out for? Briefly, any request for money, unexpected emails from places dealing with money - especially banks or government figures - or mention of large sums of money. Even the romance scams, which are the ones that tend to have the longest amount of time before the money request will still have that money request. Why do they use Western Union? It's an easy way to receive money anonymously. The money requests will usually have a question and answer the scammer will give you to use when you make the payment. The reason for this is that they can then pick the money up without the need for ID. The question and answer is a legitimate service Western Union offer to aid those who have had their ID lost or stolen that is abused by the scammers. If I sent money, can I get it back? The money is gone. The amount of times a scammer has sent a person's money back are so small as to be not worth mentioning. But I had an email telling me the scammer is arrested and I can get my money back. This is called a recovery scam and is simply the same scammer trying for one last payday off you. Don't fall for it. Their plan is to tell you that they can get your money back, but processing fees/bribes will need to be paid. Even worse, they may send you money by scamming someone else into sending it to you. This puts you at risk of being arrested as an accomplice to the scammer. Should I contact the police? Of course. However, due to the fact the scammers are in a different country, there's nothing they can do except make a report. How do you know they're in another country? My scammer told me he was in the USA. Hidden in every email is something called headers. These show the path the eail sent before it arrived to you. By learning to read the email headers (which is actually very simple) you can often find out the true location of the scammer. My scammer is from Sunnyvale/Mountain View in California. This is a common misconception people make. Sunnyvale is Yahoo (sometimes shown as Inktomi) and Mountain View is Gmail. Gmail hides the real location of an email and only shows its own location. Yahoo sometimes does this too. Should I get his email address shut down? Is it Yahoo/Gmail or any of the free providers? Remember that accountant.com, lawyer.com and a lot of the other "occupation.com" addresses are also free addresses from mail.com. If so, then no. The scammer will have several other accounts ready for this. All you'd have done is inconvenienced him for a few minutes and made any information about his email address posted online redundant. If it's a paid for account, then kill it. Basic rule of thumb, free is to be left alone, paid for is to be shut down. Are the scammers male or female? Most 419 scam varieties are run by males, even the one when the person you're talking to claims to be female. If you do talk to a female, they're either an accomplice, friend or family member. In my years of experience, only one I ever dealt with was a female, and many were definitely not, no matter what they claimed. Most Russian scammers are males too, with females being paid to make calls and take photos. Scammers from the Philippines are much more likely to be females or ladyboys. Should I confront my scammer with what I know? No. Let me rephrase that. NO!!! Once you realise you've been talking to a scammer, drop him like a hot potato. You run the risk of two things here. Being sucked back into the scam or having the scammer threaten you. Take it from the years of experience we have here. Dropping your scammer immediately without even a single word is the absolute best thing to do. I know who the person in the pictures the scammer used is. What should I do? Let us know. Being able to tell people that their scammer is abusing stolen pictures and being able to prove it is one of the best ways to convince them. That being said, do not contact the person in the pictures. The forum staff know how to deal with these situations and what the best course of action is. If we feel that the person needs to know, then we can do it through the site's email system. I'm the real person in the photos. What should I do? We understand that you're just as much a - and I hate to use this word - victim of the scammer as those who sent money to him and we completely sympathise with your situation. This is why we try and post who the photos are stolen of as often as we can. Having the photos here will both make them less valuable to the scammer and act as a place to show that you are not the person sending the emails. Your best course of action is to comment in the thread with your photos that the scammer is using your photos without your permission. The scammer included a list of other people he's emailing / I've found his f/b page and there are innocent people he's in touch with. Should I tell them? Again, this is something best left to the forum staff. Scammers often email or befriend other accounts they own. We can tell what accounts are genuine and what ones are the scammer's. Should I post his details here? Absolutely, 100% Doing so will help save others from being scammed by the same scam. What should I post? As much as possible, but the essentials are he scammer's stolen photos, emails, his email address and the email headers if you know how to get them. Just be sure to take out your own email address when you post them. The more you post, the more likely someone else is of finding it and not being scammed. My friend/relative is being scammed, but doesn't realise it. What can I do? We can help. Give us as much information as you can and we'll help you. Even the smallest detail could be the one that proves they're a scammer. My scammer found out I reported him and is threatening me. I'm scared. What should I do? Ignore him. His threats are nothing but words. Pinky says it best HERE. I see people discussing "baiting" a scammer. What is it, and can I do it? There are two types of baiting involved here. One is simply to pretend to be a "mark" for the scammer and post up his details. All this involves is setting up a fake account and waiting for the scammer emails/messages to roll in, then posting them up to make his scam available to search engines. All that's required is proof it's a scammer, and that can usually be found within the first two emails. Often it can even be found in the first one they send you. Anyone can do this, and we explain how to do it HERE. The second type involves stringing the scammer along even forther to waste their time and help keep them away from real people who may pay out. This is much more complex and dangerous for those who have been scammed before. We would recommend talking to Slappy or myself about it, and we can point you in the right direction, telling you which version is best for you. Both types damage a scammer's business, but one puts the baiter at more risk than the other and really isn't suited for everyone. Thank you. How can I help your site? Spread the word. That is the best thing you can do for us. Post any scammers you get here, and tell people about us. Doing that will help raise awareness and save others. If you want to help financially with the running of the site (and there is absolutely no obligation) then we have a donate link at the bottom of every page. However, getting the word out is the most important thing and won't cost you a penny. Tell your friends and relatives. Write to your local media offering to share your story. Anything that gets the word out.

Please take note of a very important point about reporting scammers.

Never contact free dating websites or social sites to report scammers to close their free profiles.
This is counter-productive. Victims need to find posts made on antiscam websites. If you go and close their profiles, the information that is posted about them everywhere is now worthless. The scammer will open a new profile and email in less than 60 seconds, and be up and running again, taking his victims with him.

Please leave all free profiles alone. Do not ever report them to the social site hosts. Doing this does not hurt the scammer, but it hurts many victims. Thanks for complying. The longer that the scammer stays put with the same email address, and profiles, the more chance that victims have to find it.

Please take note of a very important point about reporting scammers. Never contact free dating websites or social sites to report scammers to close their free profiles. This is counter-productive. Victims need to find posts made on antiscam websites. If you go and close their profiles, the information that is posted about them everywhere is now worthless. The scammer will open a new profile and email in less than 60 seconds, and be up and running again, taking his victims with him. Please leave all free profiles alone. Do not ever report them to the social site hosts. Doing this does not hurt the scammer, but it hurts many victims. Thanks for complying. The longer that the scammer stays put with the same email address, and profiles, the more chance that victims have to find it.


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