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Wel­come to the “Social Media Wall” of Stamp Out Scams, your ded­i­cat­ed hub for stay­ing informed and vig­i­lant in the ever-evolv­ing bat­tle against scams. This unique space aggre­gates the most rel­e­vant and up-to-date con­tent from our diverse social media plat­forms, pro­vid­ing you with a com­pre­hen­sive overview of the lat­est trends, warn­ings, and edu­ca­tion­al resources in scam pre­ven­tion. Here, you’ll find a live col­lec­tion of our active feeds from Face­book, Insta­gram, and oth­er crit­i­cal social media chan­nels that are at the fore­front of scam aware­ness and pre­ven­tion.

At Stamp Out Scams, we believe in the pow­er of informed com­mu­ni­ties. The Social Media Wall is more than just a col­lec­tion of posts; it’s a dynam­ic resource tai­lored to empow­er, edu­cate, and engage our audi­ence in the fight against scams. Stay con­nect­ed, stay informed, and help us cre­ate a safer dig­i­tal world, one post at a time.

To search the scam relat­ed infor­ma­tion on our social media wall, and any oth­er infor­ma­tion on our site, please use the search bar below.

Please don’t for­get to vis­it our YouTube Chan­nel and our ScamTV video page here on our web­site.  You will find addi­tion­al impor­tant and infor­ma­tive scam relat­ed pro­gram­ming.

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Stay one step ahead of trick­sters and fraud­sters with Scam TV.
Join us as we uncov­er the top ten red flags of romance scams. Be sure and watch. Make sure you get choco­lates, not scammed this Valen­tine’s Day.

Watch for our upcom­ing full-length video on your YouTube Chan­nel at

#ScamTV #StaySafe

Stay one step ahead of romance scams this Valen­tine’s Day!

Join us for our upcom­ing video on the top 10 red flags.

#ScamTV #StampoutScams#top10scammerredflags#stopscams

Are sug­ar dad­dies real, or just a scam wait­ing to hap­pen? In this eye-open­ing episode of ScamTV, we delve into the world of sug­ar dad­dy scams. Scam­mers are quick to exploit the trend of online mon­ey trans­fers, leav­ing vic­tims out of pock­et and feel­ing mis­er­able. Whether you’re a sug­ar dad­dy, sug­ar mom­my, or just curi­ous about the scams they use, this video is a must-watch!

Dis­cov­er the inner work­ings of the sug­ar dad­dy and sug­ar mom­my scam, how scam­mers manip­u­late the sys­tem, and most impor­tant­ly, how you can pro­tect your­self from falling vic­tim. We’ll explain what sug­ar dad­dies and sug­ar mom­mies are, their rela­tion­ships with sug­ar babies, and how scams have infil­trat­ed this niche.

When done with good inten­tions, sug­ar dad­dy rela­tion­ships can be mutu­al­ly ben­e­fi­cial. How­ev­er, scam­mers have found ways to exploit these arrange­ments for their gain. Learn how fake sug­ar dad­dies trick sug­ar babies into part­ing with their mon­ey, and why you should always be cau­tious when some­one offers you mon­ey for noth­ing.

But don’t wor­ry, watch­ing this video does­n’t make you a sug­ar dad­dy or sug­ar mom­my! It’s all about gain­ing insight into the decep­tive tac­tics scam­mers employ. Even if you’re not part of the sug­ar com­mu­ni­ty, you’ll still ben­e­fit from this knowl­edge and be bet­ter pre­pared to spot scams in action.

Join us as we unveil the tricks of these scam­mers and empow­er you to pro­tect your­self from their decep­tive tac­tics. Don’t let any­one sweet-talk their way into your wal­let! Watch now and stay scam-savvy.

AI Voice Hoax Is Real And It Is Dan­ger­ous!!!!

In today’s episode, we uncov­er a chill­ing true sto­ry of a voice clone scam that left a fam­i­ly in dis­tress.

Amy Trapp, a school employ­ee in North­ern Cal­i­for­nia, received a call from an unknown num­ber, only to hear her son Will cry­ing for help, claim­ing he was in a car acci­dent. The twist? Will was safe at home, qui­et­ly study­ing, while scam­mers used advanced AI tech­nol­o­gy to clone his voice and cre­ate a fake emer­gency.

In this episode, we dive deep into:

How Amy was tricked into believ­ing her son was in grave dan­ger
The sophis­ti­cat­ed use of AI in cloning voic­es
The emo­tion­al and psy­cho­log­i­cal impact of such scams
Expert insights on the rise of AI in phone scams
Prac­ti­cal tips to pro­tect your­self and your loved ones

Join us as we explore this har­row­ing tale, shed­ding light on the dark side of tech­no­log­i­cal advance­ments and the impor­tance of stay­ing vig­i­lant in the dig­i­tal age.

Don’t for­get to hit like, sub­scribe, and share this video to help spread aware­ness about voice clone scams.

#ScamTV #Voice­CloneScam #AITech­nol­o­gy #Real­Crime #Sca­mAlert #Fam­ilyScammed #Dig­i­tal­Safe­ty #TrueSto­ry #TechCrime #Scam­Pre­ven­tion

Wel­come to ScamTV! In our next video, we uncov­er a chill­ing true sto­ry of a voice clone scam that left a fam­i­ly in dis­tress.

Watch this full-length video to be post­ed at

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