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Wel­come to our ScamTV page. On this page you will find scam pre­ven­tion videos pro­duced by Stamp Out Scams.  You will also find scam relat­ed videos pro­duced by oth­er YouTube chan­nels.  Although these oth­er videos are not pro­duced by Stamp Out Scams, we feel it is impor­tant to include them on ScamTV because the scam infor­ma­tion they pro­vide is vital to the pub­lic.
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Frauds Against Seniors: Jen Shah, The Real House­wife Of SLC, Scam!

Jan­u­ary 4, 2024 5:59 pm

Frauds against seniors is one of the most despi­ca­ble scams com­mit­ted in our soci­ety. Which brings us to the sto­ry behind this video! It includes the glam­our and glitz of real­i­ty tele­vi­sion, with a real-life crime sto­ry.

Wel­come to anoth­er eye-open­ing episode on ScamTV, brought to you by Stamp Out Scams Inc. Today, we will delve into the sen­tenc­ing of Jen­nifer Shah on Jan­u­ary 6, 2023 and the sto­ry behind her scam.

We seek to expose the intri­ca­cies of her nation­wide tele­mar­ket­ing fraud scheme. Join us as we unpack this high-pro­file case and its impli­ca­tions for scam pre­ven­tion. Even though the crime and the sen­tenc­ing took place in pre­vi­ous years, the lessons we can learn from this scam are invalu­able. Because unfor­tu­nate­ly, tele­mar­ket­ing scams con­tin­ue to this day. These scams tar­get main­ly unknow­ing seniors.

In this episode, we focus on Jen­nifer Shah, who was sen­tenced to 78 months in prison by the Unit­ed States Dis­trict Judge Sid­ney H. Stein. Shah’s con­vic­tion is a sig­nif­i­cant devel­op­ment in the fight against tele­mar­ket­ing fraud, a plague that has vic­tim­ized count­less indi­vid­u­als, espe­cial­ly the elder­ly and vul­ner­a­ble.

We’ll dis­cuss the back­ground of this case, where U.S. Attor­ney Dami­an Williams empha­sized the grav­i­ty of Shah’s crimes. Shah and her co-con­spir­a­tors cru­el­ly exploit­ed the trust of their vic­tims, offer­ing false promis­es of finan­cial secu­ri­ty while strip­ping them of their sav­ings.

Our dive into the case will cov­er how Shah led this fraud­u­lent scheme from 2012 until her arrest in 2021. We’ll explore the so-called “Busi­ness Oppor­tu­ni­ty Scheme,” where unsus­pect­ing vic­tims were sold illu­so­ry busi­ness ser­vices.

The episode also high­lights the dev­as­tat­ing impact on Shah’s vic­tims, many of whom were elder­ly or vul­ner­a­ble. The relent­less nature of this fraud, which con­tin­ued until the vic­tims’ finan­cial resources were com­plete­ly drained, is a stark reminder of the ruth­less­ness of such scam­mers.

In defi­ance of Fed­er­al Trade Com­mis­sion inves­ti­ga­tions and the arrests of numer­ous co-con­spir­a­tors, Shah esca­lat­ed her efforts to hide her crim­i­nal activ­i­ties. We’ll exam­ine the elab­o­rate mea­sures she took to evade law enforce­ment, includ­ing mov­ing oper­a­tions over­seas and instruct­ing oth­ers to delete evi­dence.

Last­ly, we’ll dis­cuss the broad­er impli­ca­tions of this case for scam pre­ven­tion and the impor­tance of vig­i­lance in pro­tect­ing our­selves and our loved ones from such decep­tive prac­tices.

Stay tuned for expert analy­sis from our founder, Nick Hen­ley, a for­mer spe­cial agent with the Unit­ed States Trea­sury Depart­ment and a Cer­ti­fied Fraud Spe­cial­ist. His insights into this case and tips on scam pre­ven­tion are invalu­able.

Vis­it our web­site www.stampoutscams.com for more resources and infor­ma­tion on scam pre­ven­tion. Don’t for­get to sub­scribe to ScamTV for more updates and insights into the world of scams and fraud pre­ven­tion.

#Jen­nifer­Shah­Sen­tenc­ing
#Tele­mar­ket­ingFraud
#Scam­Pre­ven­tion
#ElderlyScams
#Finan­cial­Fraud
#Busi­nes­sOp­por­tu­ni­tyScheme
#Stam­pOutScams
#ScamTV
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:22 ScamTV
00:44 House­wife Of SLC Star Jen Shah Sen­tenced
01:09 Shah Had Pre­vi­ous­ly Pled Guilty To Wire Fraud
01:31 Scam Tar­get­ed The Elder­ly
02:21 High­light Scams To Pro­tect Oth­ers
02:50 Jen Shah Scam Overview
03:42 Busi­ness Oppor­tu­ni­ties Scam
04:25 Many Vic­tim’s Were Elder­ly
05:52 Scam Edu­ca­tion Equals Scam Pre­ven­tion
06:04 Clos­ing Thoughts
06:35 Case Is A Stark Warn­ing For All
07:21 Shah Indict­ment Attached In Descrip­tion

Lies, Lies, And More Lies: Favorite Romance Scam Lies Exposed #shorts#nomorescams #scam­meralert

Decem­ber 31, 2023 11:52 pm

Wel­come back. This is video num­ber 2 of the Favorite Romance Scam Lies.

In the sec­ond install­ment of our eye-open­ing series, we con­tin­ue our mis­sion to dis­man­tle decep­tions with “Quin­t’s Quandary: Unmask­ing Romance Scam­mer Lies.”

Dive deep into the duplic­i­tous world of romance scams with our ani­mat­ed anti-hero, Quint, a charm­ing­ly deceit­ful char­ac­ter with a pen­chant for fake Eng­lish accents. His voice may be allur­ing, but his inten­tions are as fraud­u­lent as they come. In this episode, Quint will walk us through some of the most pre­pos­ter­ous yet sad­ly effec­tive lies spun by scam­mers to ensnare unsus­pect­ing hearts.

Despite Quin­t’s fic­ti­tious nature, the false­hoods he ped­dles are alarm­ing­ly authen­tic, echo­ing the tales spun by real-life swindlers. Through vivid ani­ma­tion and dra­mat­ic reen­act­ments, we shine a spot­light on these absurd fab­ri­ca­tions to reveal their sheer implau­si­bil­i­ty and the clichés that should raise red flags.

Our endeav­or at Stamp Out Scams Inc. is not mere­ly to edu­cate but to equip you with the wis­dom to rec­og­nize and reject these manip­u­la­tive myths. Watch as we peel back the lay­ers of scam­mer strate­gies, and learn to laugh at the ludi­crous­ness of their lies, even as we learn to ward them off.

Stay informed, stay empow­ered, and join us in our fight against fraud. Togeth­er, let’s make sure that the only thing scam­mers are win­ning is a one-way tick­et to expo­sure.

Remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er, and with ScamTV, you’re always one step ahead of the game. Don’t miss this episode of quin­tes­sen­tial learning—because when it comes to pro­tect­ing your heart and your wal­let, there’s no such thing as being too cau­tious.

Lies, Lies, And More Lies: Favorite Romance Scam Lies Exposed

Decem­ber 31, 2023 11:17 pm

Wel­come back. This is video num­ber 2 of the Favorite Romance Scam Lies.

In the sec­ond install­ment of our eye-open­ing series, we con­tin­ue our mis­sion to dis­man­tle decep­tions with “Quin­t’s Quandary: Unmask­ing Romance Scam­mer Lies.”

Dive deep into the duplic­i­tous world of romance scams with our ani­mat­ed anti-hero, Quint, a charm­ing­ly deceit­ful char­ac­ter with a pen­chant for fake Eng­lish accents. His voice may be allur­ing, but his inten­tions are as fraud­u­lent as they come. In this episode, Quint will walk us through some of the most pre­pos­ter­ous yet sad­ly effec­tive lies spun by scam­mers to ensnare unsus­pect­ing hearts.

Despite Quin­t’s fic­ti­tious nature, the false­hoods he ped­dles are alarm­ing­ly authen­tic, echo­ing the tales spun by real-life swindlers. Through vivid ani­ma­tion and dra­mat­ic reen­act­ments, we shine a spot­light on these absurd fab­ri­ca­tions to reveal their sheer implau­si­bil­i­ty and the clichés that should raise red flags.

Our endeav­or at Stamp Out Scams Inc. is not mere­ly to edu­cate but to equip you with the wis­dom to rec­og­nize and reject these manip­u­la­tive myths. Watch as we peel back the lay­ers of scam­mer strate­gies, and learn to laugh at the ludi­crous­ness of their lies, even as we learn to ward them off.

Stay informed, stay empow­ered, and join us in our fight against fraud. Togeth­er, let’s make sure that the only thing scam­mers are win­ning is a one-way tick­et to expo­sure.

Remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er, and with ScamTV, you’re always one step ahead of the game. Don’t miss this episode of quin­tes­sen­tial learning—because when it comes to pro­tect­ing your heart and your wal­let, there’s no such thing as being too cau­tious.

#ScamTV #Stam­pOutScams #RomanceScams #Scam­mer­Lies #Quint­TheScam­mer

Hit the sub­scribe but­ton and the bell icon to get noti­fied of our lat­est videos. If you’ve found this video insight­ful, con­sid­er sup­port­ing our cause at www.stampoutscams.com—every bit helps us keep the fight against scams alive and kick­ing!
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:26 Top Lies Told By Romance Scam­mers
01:04 Dona­tions To Stamp Out Scams Are Char­i­ta­ble Con­tri­bu­tions
01:15 Quint The Romance Scam­mer
02:13 Please Vis­it www.stampoutscams.com
02:38 Hear From Quint The Scam­mer
03:27 Quints Favorite Lie
03:50 Trust Is The Romance Scam­mer’s Cur­ren­cy
05:05 Clos­ing State­ment
05:37 Get Scam­mer’s Lie Book at www.stampoutscams.com

Cryp­tocur­ren­cy Scams Explained: How Seniors Are Being Tar­get­ed by Scam­mers

Decem­ber 29, 2023 10:11 pm

In this cryp­tocur­ren­cy scams explained video , we pro­vide a news clip address­ing the increas­ing trend of cryp­tocur­ren­cy scams tar­get­ing seniors. The clip uncov­ers the var­i­ous tac­tics scam­mers use to exploit the lack of famil­iar­i­ty many seniors have with dig­i­tal cur­ren­cies.

This news piece offers prac­ti­cal advice for seniors and their fam­i­lies on how to rec­og­nize and avoid such scams. Tips include under­stand­ing the basics of cryp­tocur­ren­cy, rec­og­niz­ing com­mon scam tac­tics, and steps to take if one sus­pects fraud­u­lent activ­i­ty.

By pro­vid­ing this news clip from Fox 5 News in New York aims to empow­er seniors with knowl­edge and tools to pro­tect their finan­cial well-being in the dig­i­tal age.

Please watch the full news clip at: https://youtu.be/ivGnz7MP-zM?si=ioB3L2afuuK9fn6x.

Romance Scam­mer Favorite Lies Video Series: From Their Own Mouths!

Decem­ber 16, 2023 9:48 pm

Wel­come to the romance scam­mer favorite lies video series.

🚨 This is the first episode of our eye-open­ing series, brought to you by Stamp Out Scams and ScamTV! 🚨

In this ground­break­ing episode, we dive deep into the decep­tive world of romance scam­mers. Get ready to uncov­er the most com­mon and dam­ag­ing lies these scam­mers use to lure unsus­pect­ing vic­tims.

🌍 Fea­tur­ing Inno­v­a­tive Ani­ma­tion 🌍
Expe­ri­ence a unique per­spec­tive as we use state-of-the-art ani­ma­tion to bring these glob­al scam­mers to life. Watch as ani­mat­ed fig­ures from around the world can­did­ly reveal their go-to lies and manip­u­la­tive tac­tics.

🔊 Hear It from the Scam­mers 🔊
For the first time, hear the most pop­u­lar lies straight from the scam­mers’ mouths. These are not just sto­ries — they are con­fes­sions from the con artists them­selves, giv­ing you a rare insight into their deceit­ful meth­ods.

🛡️ Why This Series? 🛡️
Our mis­sion at Stamp Out Scams is to edu­cate and empow­er you to rec­og­nize and resist these emo­tion­al preda­tors. Each episode in this series is a step towards build­ing a scam-proof com­mu­ni­ty, where hearts and finances are safe.

📚 What You’ll Learn 📚

The top lies told by romance scam­mers.
How to spot and decode these lies.
Prac­ti­cal tips to pro­tect your­self from falling vic­tim to these scams.

🤝 Join Us in the Fight Against Scams 🤝

Sub­scribe to ScamTV for more infor­ma­tive con­tent.
Vis­it www.stampoutscams.com for resources, sup­port, and to join our cause.
Share this video to spread aware­ness and help pro­tect your loved ones.

You can watch this full video on Scam TV. Link includ­ed here.

Togeth­er, we can Stamp Out Scams! #Scam­Pre­ven­tion #RomanceScams #Stay­In­formed

✅ Don’t for­get to like, sub­scribe, and turn on noti­fi­ca­tions for our next episode in this enlight­en­ing series! #Shorts

Romance Scam­mer Favorite Lies Video Series: From Their Own Mouths!

Decem­ber 15, 2023 10:07 pm

Wel­come to the romance scam­mer favorite lies video series.

🚨 This is the first episode of our eye-open­ing series, brought to you by Stamp Out Scams and ScamTV! 🚨

In this ground­break­ing episode, we dive deep into the decep­tive world of romance scam­mers. Get ready to uncov­er the most com­mon and dam­ag­ing lies these scam­mers use to lure unsus­pect­ing vic­tims.

🌍 Fea­tur­ing Inno­v­a­tive Ani­ma­tion 🌍
Expe­ri­ence a unique per­spec­tive as we use state-of-the-art ani­ma­tion to bring these glob­al scam­mers to life. Watch as ani­mat­ed fig­ures from around the world can­did­ly reveal their go-to lies and manip­u­la­tive tac­tics.

🔊 Hear It from the Scam­mers 🔊
For the first time, hear the most pop­u­lar lies straight from the scam­mers’ mouths. These are not just sto­ries — they are con­fes­sions from the con artists them­selves, giv­ing you a rare insight into their deceit­ful meth­ods.

🛡️ Why This Series? 🛡️
Our mis­sion at Stamp Out Scams is to edu­cate and empow­er you to rec­og­nize and resist these emo­tion­al preda­tors. Each episode in this series is a step towards build­ing a scam-proof com­mu­ni­ty, where hearts and finances are safe.

📚 What You’ll Learn 📚

The top lies told by romance scam­mers.
How to spot and decode these lies.
Prac­ti­cal tips to pro­tect your­self from falling vic­tim to these scams.

🤝 Join Us in the Fight Against Scams 🤝

Sub­scribe to ScamTV for more infor­ma­tive con­tent.
Vis­it www.stampoutscams.com for resources, sup­port, and to join our cause.
Share this video to spread aware­ness and help pro­tect your loved ones.

Togeth­er, we can Stamp Out Scams! #Scam­Pre­ven­tion #RomanceScams #Stay­In­formed

✅ Don’t for­get to like, sub­scribe, and turn on noti­fi­ca­tions for our next episode in this enlight­en­ing series!
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:26 Tricks Of Romance Scam­mers
00:45 Expos­ing Top Lies And Lines Of Romance Scam­mers
05:08 Romance Scam­mer Tells Her Favorite Scam­mer Lie

Scam Alert: Watch Out For Gift Card Scams 2023 Ho, Ho, No, No!

Decem­ber 12, 2023 1:38 am

The Gift Card Scams 2023 To Watch Out For

🛍️🚨 MUST-WATCH FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERS! 🚨🛍️ — If you’re buy­ing gift cards this sea­son, your mon­ey might be at risk! ScamTV uncov­ers a cun­ning scam in Cal­i­for­nia where shop­pers are los­ing hun­dreds of dol­lars through tam­pered gift cards.

🕵️ WHAT’S HAPPENING? 🕵️ — Inno­cent shop­pers pur­chase gift cards, think­ing they’ve secured the per­fect gift. But there’s a twist: scam­mers are manip­u­lat­ing the cards, leav­ing buy­ers with worth­less plas­tic and stolen funds.

👮‍♂️ EXPERT INSIGHT 👮‍♂️ — Sgt. Bar­ry Dug­gan of the Pinole Police Depart­ment reveals how these thieves are exploit­ing the bar­code sys­tem. Scam­mers are cut­ting off the part of the gift card that stores the funds while leav­ing the acti­va­tion bar­code intact.

🔍 INSIDE THE SCAM 🔍 — This video breaks down the scam’s mechan­ics and shows you how to spot a tam­pered card before it’s too late.

🛡️ PROTECT YOUR POCKET 🛡️ — Stamp Out Scams Inc. pro­vides essen­tial tips on how to safe­guard your pur­chas­es. Don’t let scam­mers ruin your hol­i­day cheer!

👉 KEY TAKEAWAYS 👉 — Learn the dif­fer­ence between the acti­va­tion bar­code and the spend­ing sec­tion of a gift card. Get ahead of scam­mers with our pre­ven­ta­tive mea­sures and what to do if you sus­pect you’ve pur­chased a tam­pered card.

💡 STAY INFORMED 💡 — Sub­scribe to ScamTV for the lat­est scam alerts and pre­ven­tion tips. With ScamTV and Stamp Out Scams Inc., learn how to keep your hard-earned mon­ey safe dur­ing the hol­i­days and beyond.

📣 SHARE TO WARN OTHERS 📣 — Spread the word by shar­ing this video. Togeth­er, we can out­smart scam­mers and keep our com­mu­ni­ties safe.

🔗 RESOURCES AND HELP 🔗 — Vis­it www.stampoutscams.com for more infor­ma­tion and assis­tance on scam pre­ven­tion. Our exper­tise is your best defense.

#Gift­Card­Scam #Sca­mAlert #Hol­i­dayShop­ping #Con­sumer­Pro­tec­tion #ScamTV #Stam­pOutScams


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00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:11 Hol­i­day Scam Alert
00:33 Gift Card Scam
00:59 Pinole Police Depart­ment
01:14 Scam­mers Tam­per With Gift Card Before They Are Pur­chased
01:45 Scam­mers Slic­ing Off Gift Card Bar Code
02:03 Con­sumers Find­ing Scam Card After It’s Too Late
02:26 NBC Bay Area Gift Card Scam News Piece

Romance Scams And Online Scams: Niger­ian Duo Arrest­ed In Romance Scam

Decem­ber 10, 2023 8:47 pm

Romance Scams And Online Scams

⚠️ IMPORTANT WATCH ⚠️ – In our lat­est video, “The Dan­gers of Celebri­ty Romance Scams,” we delve into a heart-wrench­ing case where a retired Ten­nessee teacher became the vic­tim of a $100,000 scam that led to trag­ic con­se­quences.

🚨 CASE OVERVIEW 🚨 – The vic­tim, a 74-year-old retired teacher, believed he was in a roman­tic rela­tion­ship with a celebri­ty, only to be coerced into send­ing large sums of mon­ey to set­tle a non-exis­tent legal issue. This scam, orches­trat­ed by a New Jer­sey cou­ple, esca­lat­ed to the point where the vic­tim, under immense pres­sure, took his own life.

📝 WHAT HAPPENED? 📝 – Between August and Octo­ber 2023, the scam­mers posed as a famous actress and then as FBI agents, direct­ing the vic­tim to pay “fines” for a fab­ri­cat­ed sex­u­al harass­ment case. Despite the victim’s com­pli­ance, the scam­mers demand­ed more, lead­ing to a trag­ic end.

🕵️‍♂️ INVESTIGATION INSIGHTS 🕵️‍♀️ – Our video pro­vides an in-depth look at the inves­ti­ga­tion, the tac­tics used by the scam­mers, and the after­math of their actions, includ­ing their arrest and the charges they face.

🔎 LEARN & PROTECT 🔎 – We will dis­sect how the scam was con­duct­ed, the red flags that were missed, and the psy­cho­log­i­cal tac­tics used by the scam­mers. This case serves as a stark reminder of the impor­tance of stay­ing vig­i­lant online.

🛡️ STAMP OUT SCAMS’ MISSION 🛡️ – At Stamp Out Scams Inc., we’re ded­i­cat­ed to edu­cat­ing and pro­tect­ing indi­vid­u­als from such deceit­ful prac­tices. Our founder, a for­mer spe­cial agent and cer­ti­fied fraud spe­cial­ist, shares expert advice on how to spot and pre­vent falling vic­tim to sim­i­lar scams.

✉️ YOUR ROLE ✉️ – Aware­ness is the first step to pre­ven­tion. Share this video with loved ones, espe­cial­ly those who are vul­ner­a­ble, to spread the word on scam pre­ven­tion.

🔗 LINKS AND RESOURCES 🔗 – For more resources on scam pre­ven­tion, vis­it our web­site at www.stampoutscams.com and sub­scribe to our chan­nel, ScamTV, for reg­u­lar updates and edu­ca­tion­al con­tent.

Click below for a link to a copy of the Crim­i­nal Com­plaint rel­a­tive to these scam­mers:

https://stampoutscams.com/new-jersey-couple-arrested-for-celebrity-romance-scam-victim-commits-suicide/

🤝 SUPPORT OUR CAUSE 🤝 – As a reg­is­tered non-prof­it, your sup­port helps us con­tin­ue our mis­sion. Dona­tions are tax-deductible and can be made through our web­site. Togeth­er, we can stamp out scams.

#Scam­Pre­ven­tion #Stam­pOutScams #Celebri­ty­Ro­manceScam #Frau­dAware­ness #StaySafeOn­line #ScamTV
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:26 New Jer­sey Cou­ple Arrest­ed For Celebri­ty Romance Scam
00:44 Crim­i­nal Com­plaint
01:00 Labelled Celebri­ty Romance Scam
01:11 Romance Scam Vic­tim Com­mits Sui­cide
01:49 Tricked Vic­tim Into Believ­ing A Female Actress Want­ed A Rela­tion­ship
02:04 Scam­mers Begin Pos­ing As The FBI
02:27 Vic­tim Mails Checks To Scam­mers
03:37 Vic­tim Found Dead In His Home With Bul­let Wound To Head
04:27 Romance Scam­mers Cause Lots Of Pain
04:41 Report Romance Scams To Law Enforce­ment
05:19 Get Help And Guid­ance From Law Enforce­ment
05:35 Copy Of Crim­i­nal Com­plaint Avail­able At StampOutScams.com
05:51 Please Donate To Scam Pre­ven­tion Cause
06:22 Mes­sage From Stamp Out Scams/ScamTV Founder

Stamp Out Scams: Our Scam Pre­ven­tion Blog Post­ing Pages

Novem­ber 27, 2023 12:53 am

#stam­poutscams #sca­maware­ness #scam­pre­ven­tion #scam­mers

Scam pre­ven­tion is our goal. At Stamp Out Scams, we under­stand the need for real-time infor­ma­tion and updates to help pre­vent scams. We’re ded­i­cat­ed to keep­ing you informed and edu­cat­ed about the lat­est scam trends, tech­niques, and pre­ven­tion mea­sures.

In our com­mit­ment to pro­vid­ing the most com­pre­hen­sive and time­ly infor­ma­tion, we have inte­grat­ed over 50 exter­nal data sources via RSS feeds into our Scam Pre­ven­tion Blog. These data sources range from pub­lic infor­ma­tion to news agency sources, ensur­ing you have access to a wealth of diver­si­fied knowl­edge and insights at your fin­ger­tips.

Our auto-fed blog is designed to work as an infor­ma­tion hub, updat­ing in real-time as our data sources pub­lish new con­tent. The posts cov­er a vari­ety of scam-relat­ed top­ics, includ­ing the lat­est scam alerts, inno­v­a­tive scam pre­ven­tion tech­niques, per­son­al sto­ries from scam vic­tims, and expert insights on scam trends.

The best part? Every blog post title serves as a direct link to the orig­i­nal source of the data. If a par­tic­u­lar head­line catch­es your atten­tion and you want to delve deep­er, just click on it. You’ll be tak­en direct­ly to the orig­i­nal arti­cle or report, where you can read more and explore fur­ther. This fea­ture ensures that you can ver­i­fy the infor­ma­tion and trust the source, as trans­paren­cy is key to our mis­sion.

Our Scam Pre­ven­tion Blog is more than just a col­lec­tion of arti­cles — it’s a dynam­ic, con­stant­ly evolv­ing resource designed to keep you informed, aware, and safe. Vis­it reg­u­lar­ly to stay updat­ed, and remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er when it comes to scam pre­ven­tion. Togeth­er, we can Stamp Out Scams.

Scam­mer Mind Games: How They Exploit Our Kind­ness Using Reci­procity

Novem­ber 17, 2023 9:58 pm

Scam­mer Mind Games. Wel­come to ScamTV by Stamp Out Scams Inc. Today’s video unveils a hid­den tac­tic scam­mers use: Reci­procity! This psy­cho­log­i­cal prin­ci­ple, often root­ed in kind­ness, becomes a weapon in the hands of fraud­sters.

Reci­procity is a fun­da­men­tal prin­ci­ple in human inter­ac­tions, encap­su­lat­ing the expec­ta­tion that one good turn deserves anoth­er. Scam­mers exploit this prin­ci­ple by cre­at­ing a sense of indebt­ed­ness in their tar­gets, which can then be used to manip­u­late them into part­ing with their mon­ey, per­son­al infor­ma­tion, or even unwit­ting­ly aid­ing in the per­pe­tra­tion of a scams.

This is video 3 in our scam­mer mind games video series. The mind games used by scam­mers is just as impor­tant as the scams them­selves. So, please watch this video and gain insights on what psych games scam­mers are using to steal lots of mon­ey from inno­cent vic­tims.

#Scam­Pre­ven­tion #Rec­i­proc­i­ty­Trap #StaySafeOn­line #sca­malert #scam­mer­mindgames #stam­poutscams #scams
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:38 Mind Games Used By Scam­mers
01:31 Scam­mers Use Mind Games Sucess­ful­ly
01:47 Prin­ci­ple of Reci­procity
02:12 Tac­tic Begins With An Act Of Kid­ness
03:02 Scam­mers Are Skilled At Esca­lat­ing Their Demands
04:13 Social Engi­neer­ing Scams
05:15 Next Trick Scam Trick Up: Com­mit­ment & Con­sis­ten­cy
05:57 Fight­ing Scam­mers With Knowl­edge
06:14 Scam­mers Have No Remorse

Scam­mer Mind Games: How They Use Scarci­ty And Urgency To Scam You!

Novem­ber 12, 2023 5:58 pm

Scam­mer mind games! Scarci­ty and urgency are potent psy­cho­log­i­cal trig­gers that scam­mers exploit to pres­sure indi­vid­u­als into falling for their schemes. These tac­tics play on basic human instincts and can be incred­i­bly effec­tive, often lead­ing to rushed deci­sions and bypass­ing ratio­nal thought.

Scarci­ty cre­ates a sense of lim­it­ed avail­abil­i­ty, tap­ping into the fear of miss­ing out (FOMO). When peo­ple believe they have a lim­it­ed time to access some­thing, be it a deal, an invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty, or a prod­uct, they are more like­ly to act quick­ly to obtain it. Scam­mers use this prin­ci­ple by pre­sent­ing their tar­gets with oppor­tu­ni­ties that appear to be in short sup­ply, cre­at­ing a false sense of com­pe­ti­tion and urgency. For exam­ple, a scam­mer might adver­tise a high-yield invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty but claim that it’s only avail­able for a lim­it­ed time, com­pelling peo­ple to invest hasti­ly with­out prop­er due dili­gence.

The prin­ci­ple of urgency com­ple­ments scarci­ty by adding time pres­sure. This pres­sure com­pels indi­vid­u­als to act imme­di­ate­ly rather than tak­ing the time to con­sid­er their options and the poten­tial risks involved. Scam­mers craft sce­nar­ios where the vic­tim feels they must make a quick deci­sion to avoid miss­ing out or fac­ing neg­a­tive con­se­quences. A com­mon tac­tic is the “lim­it­ed-time offer,” where the scam­mer insists that a deal or oppor­tu­ni­ty will expire very soon, push­ing the vic­tim to make a quick deci­sion.

These tac­tics exploit cog­ni­tive bias­es in human psy­chol­o­gy. The scarci­ty-urgency com­bi­na­tion can trig­ger an emo­tion­al response that over­rides log­i­cal think­ing. When faced with a seem­ing­ly scarce oppor­tu­ni­ty that requires imme­di­ate action, the emo­tion­al brain can take over, push­ing the ratio­nal brain to the back­ground. This emo­tion­al response can cloud judg­ment and lead to poor deci­sion-mak­ing.

The effec­tive­ness of these tac­tics is also root­ed in social con­di­tion­ing. From an ear­ly age, many are taught to val­ue oppor­tu­ni­ties that seem rare or exclu­sive. Soci­ety often equates rar­i­ty with val­ue, which scam­mers manip­u­late by mak­ing their offers appear both rare and valu­able. The urgency adds to the per­ceived val­ue, sug­gest­ing that imme­di­ate action is nec­es­sary to secure this excep­tion­al deal.

Fur­ther­more, urgency and scarci­ty can cre­ate a psy­cho­log­i­cal state of arousal and stress. When under stress, peo­ple are less like­ly to process infor­ma­tion thor­ough­ly and are more prone to make errors in judg­ment. Scam­mers design their pitch­es to induce this stress and rush vic­tims into deci­sions they haven’t ful­ly thought through.

Scam­mers also use these tac­tics to cir­cum­vent nor­mal risk assess­ment process­es. In a relaxed state, indi­vid­u­als are more like­ly to weigh the pros and cons, seek addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion, and con­sult oth­ers before mak­ing a deci­sion. How­ev­er, under the arti­fi­cial time pres­sure and per­ceived scarci­ty cre­at­ed by the scam­mer, the oppor­tu­ni­ty for care­ful con­sid­er­a­tion is sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduced.

More­over, these tac­tics play into the nar­ra­tive of exclu­siv­i­ty and insid­er knowl­edge. Scam­mers often present their offers as spe­cial insid­er deals, avail­able only to a select few. This not only cre­ates a sense of scarci­ty and urgency but also flat­ters the vic­tim, mak­ing them feel like part of an exclu­sive group.

To pro­tect against these tac­tics, it’s cru­cial to rec­og­nize the signs of arti­fi­cial scarci­ty and urgency and resist the impulse to act imme­di­ate­ly. Tak­ing a step back to crit­i­cal­ly eval­u­ate the offer, seek­ing inde­pen­dent advice, and con­duct­ing thor­ough research are key steps in avoid­ing falling vic­tim to these com­mon scam­ming strate­gies.

#scam­mer­mindgames #sca­malert #staysafeon­line #stam­poutscams #scam­mers #scamtv #sca­maware­ness

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:15 How To Spot A Scam
00:41 Scam­mer Mind Games
00:55 Scam­mer Mind Games Pre­vi­ous Videos
01:21 Mind Game: Scarci­ty And Urgency
01:49 Fear Of Miss­ing Out: FOMO
02:27 High Yield Invest­ment Oppor­tu­ni­ty?
03:08 Vic­tims From All Over The World
03:31 Over­rides Log­ic
04:02 Rar­i­ty Equals Val­ue!
04:41 Cir­cum­vent Nor­mal Risk Assess­ment Process­es
05:06 Exclu­siv­i­ty Nar­ra­tive
05:26 Time­share Sales Pre­sen­ta­tion Tac­tic
05:58 Scam­mer Mind Game Signs

The Scam­mer’s Illu­sion: How Social Proof Scam Tac­tics Are Used !

Novem­ber 10, 2023 10:39 pm

Social proof scams are real! Here on ScamTV we tale deep dive into the psy­cho­log­i­cal tricks of the scam­ming trade. In this sec­ond install­ment of our eye-open­ing series, we unrav­el the crafty use of social proof by scam­mers. Dis­cov­er how scam­mers manip­u­late our inher­ent desire to fol­low the crowd, turn­ing it into a weapon against us.

🔍 In today’s video, we’re expos­ing the sophis­ti­cat­ed ways scam­mers cre­ate an aura of trust­wor­thi­ness and suc­cess around their schemes. Have you ever won­dered why some online offers seem too pop­u­lar to ques­tion? Or why every­one appears to be talk­ing about that one invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty? We’re break­ing down the psy­chol­o­gy behind these decep­tions and show­ing you the behind-the-scenes of a scam­mer’s social proof scam play­book.

📈 From fab­ri­cat­ed user reviews and coun­ter­feit tes­ti­mo­ni­als to paid influ­encers and phan­tom crowds, scam­mers are pulling out all the stops to dupe you into believ­ing their legit­i­ma­cy. You’ll learn how a sim­ple “like,” “share,” or “five-star review” can be part of a cal­cu­lat­ed con to lever­age social con­for­mi­ty for fraud­u­lent gain.

🌐 But it’s not all doom and gloom! Our video will empow­er you with knowl­edge and strate­gies to dis­sect and ques­tion the social proof you encounter online. We’ll pro­vide you with action­able tips to safe­guard your­self against these psy­cho­log­i­cal manip­u­la­tions.

👁️‍🗨️ Stay vig­i­lant and informed as you nav­i­gate the dig­i­tal world. Remem­ber, when an offer is rid­ing the wave of pub­lic opin­ion, it’s time to put on your detec­tive hat. Is it a gen­uine trend or a scam­mer’s ruse? Join us for this crit­i­cal con­ver­sa­tion and arm your­self with the wis­dom to spot the dif­fer­ence.

🔗 If you missed the first part of our series on “Trust in Author­i­ty,” make sure to catch up to com­plete your scam pre­ven­tion toolk­it. And don’t for­get to like, share, and sub­scribe to ScamTV for more insights that help you stay two steps ahead of the scam­mers.

Stamp Out Scams con­tin­ues its mis­sion to edu­cate and pre­vent scam vic­tim­iza­tion through this com­pelling series. Knowl­edge is pow­er, and by spread­ing this knowl­edge, we can all con­tribute to a safer online com­mu­ni­ty.

#Social­Proof­S­cams #Sca­mAware­ness #Psy­chol­o­gy­Of­S­cams #ScamTV #staysafeon­line

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:22 Video Series: Psy­cho­log­i­cal Fac­tors And Scam­mers
00:47 Pre­vi­ous Video: Trust In Author­i­ty
01:14 Social Proof And Scam­mers
02:00 Social Proof And Online Behav­ior
02:27 Social Proof And Social Media
02:59 FOMO
04:12 Phan­tom Crowds
04:47 Wis­dom Of The Crowds
05:20 Scam­mers Cre­ate High Pres­sure Sit­u­a­tions
05:54 Tools To Com­bat Social Proof
06:40 Patience Is Key

How To Spot A Scam­mer: Psy­cho­log­i­cal Tricks Used by Scam­mers On Vic­tims

Novem­ber 9, 2023 4:00 pm

How to spot a scam­mer. In this eye-open­ing video, we dive deep into the psy­chol­o­gy of trust and authority—a tool that scam­mers use to weave their decep­tive webs. From our ear­li­est days, we are taught to respect fig­ures of author­i­ty, a les­son deeply embed­ded in our social fab­ric. This video explores how this inher­ent trust can be manip­u­lat­ed by scam­mers, lead­ing to dev­as­tat­ing con­se­quences.

Dis­cov­er how the infa­mous Mil­gram exper­i­ments of the 1960s revealed our ten­den­cies to obey author­i­ty, and how mod­ern-day con artists use sim­i­lar psy­cho­log­i­cal trig­gers to exploit us. From imposters pos­ing as IRS agents to fake police offi­cers, learn about the sophis­ti­cat­ed tac­tics these fraud­sters use, includ­ing offi­cial-look­ing emails, fake badges, and more, to make us com­ply with their demands.

We’ll take you through a jour­ney of under­stand­ing how social scripts dic­tate our inter­ac­tions with sup­posed author­i­ties and why we may respond hasti­ly to avoid per­ceived trou­ble. With the dig­i­tal age upon us, scam­mers have become more cun­ning than ever, using tech­nol­o­gy to cre­ate illu­sions of legit­i­ma­cy that many fall for.

But it’s not just about being aware—it’s about chang­ing our respons­es. This video will equip you with the knowl­edge to ques­tion author­i­ty fig­ures and iden­ti­fy red flags, reduc­ing the chances of becom­ing a vic­tim. Stay tuned as we uncov­er the psy­cho­log­i­cal play at work and learn how to pro­tect your­self from the manip­u­la­tive tac­tics of scam­mers. Don’t let a scam­mer’s false author­i­ty lead you astray; empow­er your­self with aware­ness and skep­ti­cism. Sub­scribe and join us on a mis­sion to demys­ti­fy scams and safe­guard your trust!

#Scam­Pre­ven­tion #TrustIn­Au­thor­i­ty #Psy­chol­o­gy­Of­S­cams #StaySafeOn­line #Sca­mAware­ness
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:16 Pro­tect Your­self From Scams
00:42 How Do These Peo­ple Let Them­selves Get Scammed
01:27 Trust In Author­i­ty
02:12 The Influ­ence Of Author­i­ty On Our Behav­iors
03:35 Author­i­ty Sym­bol­ism
04:11 Soci­etal Nar­ra­tive
04:51 Scam­mers Use Of Tech­nol­o­gy
05:27 Stress Leads Us To Make Poor Deci­sions
05:49 Scam­mers Use Knowl­edge About Their Vic­tims
07:23 Please Help By Donat­ing
07:44 Please Sub­scribe To Scam TV

The Fbi Warns Of A Scam Tar­get­ing Seniors: The “phan­tom Hack­er”

Novem­ber 7, 2023 5:19 pm

n this eye-open­ing episode on ScamTV, we dive deep into the heart-wrench­ing tale of Den­nis and Joy, a senior cou­ple from Texas, who fell vic­tim to the devi­ous tech sup­port scam now know as the Phan­tom Hack­er Scam. Join us as we unrav­el the shock­ing events that led to the loss of this couple’s life sav­ings, leav­ing a stark warn­ing for all.

Upon receiv­ing a sin­is­ter mes­sage on his com­put­er, sup­pos­ed­ly from ‘Microsoft,’ Den­nis was duped into believ­ing that mal­ware was filch­ing his per­son­al and finan­cial data. Trust­ing the rec­og­niz­able brand, he did­n’t ques­tion the authen­tic­i­ty of the warn­ing and, in a bid to sal­vage his dig­i­tal secu­ri­ty, inad­ver­tent­ly hand­ed remote access of his com­put­er to the very scam­mers he hoped to thwart. Watch the video to see how this sin­is­ter scam is imple­ment­ed.

At Stamp Out Scams, we believe knowl­edge is pow­er. We are ded­i­cat­ed to pro­vid­ing you with the tools and insights to pro­tect your­self and your loved ones from these dig­i­tal preda­tors. Remem­ber, scam­mers are con­stant­ly evolv­ing their tac­tics, but togeth­er, we can build a fortress of aware­ness.

Please sub­scribe to ScamTV for more scam alerts and pre­ven­tion tips, and vis­it www.stampoutscams.com for resources that can aid in safe­guard­ing your hard-earned mon­ey.

If after watch­ing this video, you would like to donate to a GoFundMe estab­lished for the elder­ly vic­tims shown in this video, please click on the link below. This fund was estab­lished by car­ing fam­i­ly mem­bers.

Also, for infor­ma­tion pro­vid­ed by Microsoft rel­a­tive to tech sup­port scams, click on the link below.

GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/80-year-old-aunt-uncle-would-never-ask-for-help

Microsoft Link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/protect-yourself-from-tech-support-scams-2ebf91bd-f94c-2a8a-e541-f5c800d18435#:~:text=If%20a%20pop%2Dup%20or,like%20Bitcoin%2C%20or%20gift%20cards.

Elder­ly Texas Cou­ple Scammed Out Of Sav­ings By Tech Sup­port Scam

Novem­ber 7, 2023 3:56 pm

In this eye-open­ing episode on ScamTV, we dive deep into the heart-wrench­ing tale of Den­nis and Joy, a senior cou­ple from Texas, who fell vic­tim to the devi­ous tech sup­port scam now know as the Phan­tom Hack­er Scam. Join us as we unrav­el the shock­ing events that led to the loss of this couple’s life sav­ings, leav­ing a stark warn­ing for all.

Upon receiv­ing a sin­is­ter mes­sage on his com­put­er, sup­pos­ed­ly from ‘Microsoft,’ Den­nis was duped into believ­ing that mal­ware was filch­ing his per­son­al and finan­cial data. Trust­ing the rec­og­niz­able brand, he did­n’t ques­tion the authen­tic­i­ty of the warn­ing and, in a bid to sal­vage his dig­i­tal secu­ri­ty, inad­ver­tent­ly hand­ed remote access of his com­put­er to the very scam­mers he hoped to thwart. Watch the video to see how this sin­is­ter scam is imple­ment­ed.

At Stamp Out Scams, we believe knowl­edge is pow­er. We are ded­i­cat­ed to pro­vid­ing you with the tools and insights to pro­tect your­self and your loved ones from these dig­i­tal preda­tors. Remem­ber, scam­mers are con­stant­ly evolv­ing their tac­tics, but togeth­er, we can build a fortress of aware­ness.

Please sub­scribe to ScamTV for more scam alerts and pre­ven­tion tips, and vis­it www.stampoutscams.com for resources that can aid in safe­guard­ing your hard-earned mon­ey.

If after watch­ing this video, you would like to donate to a GoFundMe estab­lished for the elder­ly vic­tims shown in this video, please click on the link below. This fund was estab­lished by car­ing fam­i­ly mem­bers.

Also, for infor­ma­tion pro­vid­ed by Microsoft rel­a­tive to tech sup­port scams, click on the link below.

GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/80-year-old-aunt-uncle-would-never-ask-for-help

Microsoft Link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/protect-yourself-from-tech-support-scams-2ebf91bd-f94c-2a8a-e541-f5c800d18435#:~:text=If%20a%20pop%2Dup%20or,like%20Bitcoin%2C%20or%20gift%20cards.

#scamtv #sca­malert #scam­pre­ven­tion #phan­tomhack­er­scam
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:35 FBI Scam Warn­ing: Phan­tom Hack­er Scam
01:01 Real Life Phan­tom Hack­er Sto­ry
01:23 Scammed Out of Life Sav­ings
01:49 Ver­sion of Tech Sup­port Scam
02:09 Scam Starts With Com­put­er Virus Warn­ing
02:29 Com­put­er Has Fake Tech Sup­port Num­ber
02:52 Scam Has Tech Sup­port Woman Going By The Name of Jes­si­ca
03:17 Con­vinces Vic­tims Com­put­er Has Been Tak­en Over by Inter­na­tion­al Hack­ers
03:29 Nev­er Allow Remote Com­put­er Access
03:46 Call Local Com­put­er Store For Tech Sup­port
04:38 Bank Fraud Depart­ment Calls Vic­tims
05:12 Scam­mers Instruct Vic­tims To Move Bank Funds Into Cryp­tocur­ren­cy
05:39 Scam­mers Give Vic­tims A Script For Bank
06:13 Senior Vic­tims Had To Sell Cars
06:24 Donate To GoFundMe
06:59 Type In Tech Sup­port Scams In YouTube For More Infor­ma­tion
07:29 Please Like and Sub­scribe to Scam TV

Ripped From The Court Records: A Wid­ow’s $3M Loss to Romance Scam!”

Novem­ber 5, 2023 3:30 pm

Wel­come back to ScamTV, where we shed light on the dark cor­ners of romance scams. Today’s har­row­ing tale might seem like a screen­play for a crime dra­ma, but for Jane Cun­ning­ham, a 68-year-old wid­ow from Long Island, it’s a heart-wrench­ing real­i­ty. Sub­scribe and join us as we unrav­el this unfor­tu­nate saga of trust, treach­ery, and the quest for jus­tice.

In our first seg­ment, we delve into Jane’s sto­ry, which began on the seem­ing­ly innocu­ous dat­ing site Zoosk. Jane met “Andrea Manuel,” a sup­posed con­trac­tor for British Petro­le­um, who, over eight months, bait­ed her with tales of hard­ship and false promis­es. Her gen­eros­i­ty led her to part with a stag­ger­ing near­ly $3 mil­lion. We’ll explore how these swindlers manip­u­late emo­tions to per­pe­trate their cons.

The plot thick­ens when we reveal “Manuel’s” tac­tics: a dam­aged oil rig, bor­der patrol deten­tions, and unpaid tax­es. Our expert analy­sis high­lights the clas­sic signs of a romance scam and how these ele­ments con­spire to dupe unsus­pect­ing vic­tims. Plus, we’ll dis­cuss the dev­as­tat­ing moment when Jane real­izes the so-called proof of iden­ti­ty pro­vid­ed was noth­ing but a facade.

Div­ing deep­er, we inves­ti­gate the aftermath—how most of Jane’s funds end­ed up in an account belong­ing to a cer­tain Sonia Gon­za­lez. Our team at Stamp Out Scams Inc. dis­cuss­es the legal bat­tle unfold­ing as Jane and her lawyers fight tooth and nail to retrieve what’s right­ful­ly hers, pro­vid­ing insights on how to nav­i­gate such a cri­sis.

More­over, we ana­lyze the dis­tress­ing sequence of events lead­ing up to Jane’s final real­iza­tion and sub­se­quent report to the FBI. With exclu­sive com­men­tary from the legal minds han­dling her case, we aim to edu­cate our view­ers on the com­plex­i­ty of these scams and the impor­tance of swift coop­er­a­tion from finan­cial insti­tu­tions.

Last­ly, we take a com­pas­sion­ate look at Jane’s past, reveal­ing a his­to­ry tinged with both for­tune and loss, and reflect on the broad­er issue of vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty among the wid­owed. This episode isn’t just a cau­tion­ary tale; it’s a call to action. If you or some­one you know is nav­i­gat­ing the treach­er­ous waters of online dat­ing, vis­it our web­site at www.stampoutscams.com for resources and guid­ance.

Remem­ber to like, share, and com­ment with your thoughts and expe­ri­ences. Your inter­ac­tion helps us in our mis­sion to pre­vent these heart­break­ing sit­u­a­tions. Until next time, stay vig­i­lant and pro­tect your heart and your wal­let.

#RomanceScam #Scam­Pre­ven­tion #Real­Crime #stam­poutscams #scams #scam­mers
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:12 Ripped From The Court Records Video Series
00:30 68 Year Long Island Wid­ow Romance Scam Vic­tim
00:41 Andrea Manuel
00:53 Work­ing On An Oil Rig Scam Sto­ry
02:04 Scam­mer Told Vic­tim He Lost Check
03:18 Lawyer Reminder: Cun­ning­ham Is The Vic­tim
03:55 Should Not Vic­tim Blame
04:14 Please Sub­scribe To Scam TV

New York Wid­ow Los­es $3M To Romance Scam­mer!

Novem­ber 5, 2023 3:12 pm

Wel­come back to ScamTV, where we shed light on the dark cor­ners of deceit. Today’s har­row­ing tale might seem like a screen­play for a crime dra­ma, but for Jane Cun­ning­ham, a 68-year-old wid­ow from Long Island, it’s a heart-wrench­ing real­i­ty. Sub­scribe and join us as we unrav­el this unfor­tu­nate saga of trust, treach­ery, and the quest for jus­tice.

In our first seg­ment, we delve into Jane’s sto­ry, which began on the seem­ing­ly innocu­ous dat­ing site Zoosk. Jane met “Andrea Manuel,” a sup­posed con­trac­tor for British Petro­le­um, who, over eight months, bait­ed her with tales of hard­ship and false promis­es. Her gen­eros­i­ty led her to part with a stag­ger­ing near­ly $3 mil­lion. We’ll explore how these swindlers manip­u­late emo­tions to per­pe­trate their cons.

The plot thick­ens when we reveal “Manuel’s” tac­tics: a dam­aged oil rig, bor­der patrol deten­tions, and unpaid tax­es. Our expert analy­sis high­lights the clas­sic signs of a romance scam and how these ele­ments con­spire to dupe unsus­pect­ing vic­tims. Plus, we’ll dis­cuss the dev­as­tat­ing moment when Jane real­izes the so-called proof of iden­ti­ty pro­vid­ed was noth­ing but a facade.

Div­ing deep­er, we inves­ti­gate the aftermath—how most of Jane’s funds end­ed up in an account belong­ing to a cer­tain Sonia Gon­za­lez. Our team at Stamp Out Scams Inc. dis­cuss­es the legal bat­tle unfold­ing as Jane and her lawyers fight tooth and nail to retrieve what’s right­ful­ly hers, pro­vid­ing insights on how to nav­i­gate such a cri­sis.

More­over, we ana­lyze the dis­tress­ing sequence of events lead­ing up to Jane’s final real­iza­tion and sub­se­quent report to the FBI. With exclu­sive com­men­tary from the legal minds han­dling her case, we aim to edu­cate our view­ers on the com­plex­i­ty of these scams and the impor­tance of swift coop­er­a­tion from finan­cial insti­tu­tions.

Last­ly, we take a com­pas­sion­ate look at Jane’s past, reveal­ing a his­to­ry tinged with both for­tune and loss, and reflect on the broad­er issue of vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty among the wid­owed. This episode isn’t just a cau­tion­ary tale; it’s a call to action. If you or some­one you know is nav­i­gat­ing the treach­er­ous waters of online dat­ing, vis­it our web­site at www.stampoutscams.com for resources and guid­ance.

Remem­ber to like, share, and com­ment with your thoughts and expe­ri­ences. Your inter­ac­tion helps us in our mis­sion to pre­vent these heart­break­ing sit­u­a­tions. Until next time, stay vig­i­lant and pro­tect your heart and your wal­let.

#short #RomanceScam #Scam­Pre­ven­tion #Real­Crime #Sca­mAlert #Shorts

‘Tis The Sea­son To Scam: Legal­ly Blind Vet Scammed Out Of $3K!

Novem­ber 1, 2023 11:54 pm

Scam Alert: Tis the sea­son to scam. Watch out for online pet pur­chase scam. Watch this news piece from WBNS TV10 about legal­ly blind vet who is out $3k. Watch full news piece at WBNSTV10. Don’t fall vic­tim to this online dog pur­chase scam.

This on-going scam should be espe­cial­ly preva­lent dur­ing the upcom­ing hol­i­day sea­son. Stay alert!


#short #Sup­port­Dogs #wbnsTV10 #scamtv #stam­poutscams #Shorts

Triv­ia: What Age Group Is The Most Scammed? Hint It Is Not Grand­Ma!

Octo­ber 25, 2023 9:25 pm

Scams are NOT just a prob­lem for old­er peo­ple. Did you know that the age group most vul­ner­a­ble to scams is actu­al­ly 18 to 24? Shock­ing, right?

They are out there think­ing they’re mas­ters of the dig­i­tal world and can spot a scam from a mile away. Wrong!

They are actu­al­ly the ones falling for fake job offers, social media give­aways, and sketchy texts more often than any­one else.

Why you ask? Maybe because they are so used to being online all the time, they can some­times let their guards down.

They click on things with­out think­ing, and boom! They are in a bad sit­u­a­tion.

So, time to get edu­cat­ed and stay aware.

If some­thing sounds too good to be true, it prob­a­bly is.

And always, always dou­ble-check before giv­ing out per­son­al info. Togeth­er, we can all make the inter­net a safer space for every­one.

Stay smart, stay safe, and we will see you in the next video! Thank you.

#short#scams#scamtv#agegroupscams#scamprevention #Shorts

Pro­tect Seniors from Scams: Report Scams & Fraud to FBI’s IC3.gov!!!

Octo­ber 24, 2023 11:40 pm

Have you ever received a phone call from some­one claim­ing to be a fam­i­ly mem­ber in need of help?

In this video short, we hear from one woman who was tak­en advan­tage of by a scam­mer. The caller claimed to be her grand­daugh­ter and said she need­ed mon­ey or she would be tak­en to jail. The woman went to the bank and with­drew the mon­ey, only to have the scam­mer take off with it.

This sto­ry is a reminder that any­one can be vul­ner­a­ble to scams like this. Also, be sure and report any scams to the FBI at www.ic3.gov. Your infor­ma­tion is vital to law enforce­ment. It assists them in learn­ing how scams and scam­mers oper­ate. It can actu­al­ly assist in catch­ing scam­mers and putting them out of busi­ness.

#short #scam #scams #fraud #frau­dalert #sca­malert #scam alert #ic3.gov #Shorts

Report­ing Cyber Crimes Is As Easy As IC3: Help Stop Cyber Crimes!

Octo­ber 21, 2023 8:43 pm

Cyber­crime is a real threat and it’s impor­tant to stay vig­i­lant. Don’t let your­self become a vic­tim of online crime — fight back with IC3! IC This is the FBI’s Inter­net Crime Com­plaint Cen­ter, and it’s as easy as vis­it­ing WWW.IC3.gov. You can report any online crime you may have expe­ri­enced.

Your tips can help the FBI and oth­er law enforce­ment track down cyber­crim­i­nals around the world. So, please don’t hes­i­tate to report your crime today! It just may help law enforce­ment solve one or more cyber crimes.

#Cyber­Se­cu­ri­ty #OnlineCrime #ICThree #FBI #Inter­net­Safe­ty #Shorts

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