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Senior Care Scams:The Impor­tant Things To Know And To Watch Out For

August 21, 2023 7:22 pm

#elder­ly­care #elder­care­giver­scams #seniorscams. #sca­malert #spotas­cam

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, senior care scams are alive and well. In 2022, the elder­ly pop­u­la­tion in the U.S. was heav­i­ly tar­get­ed by var­i­ous types of care­giv­er scams. Adults over the age of 60 report­ed 88,262 com­plaints to the FBI’s Inter­net Crime Com­plaint Cen­ter, suf­fer­ing a total loss of $3.1 bil­lion. This har­row­ing fig­ure marks an 84% increase in loss­es com­pared to those report­ed in 2021. The aver­age loss per vic­tim was over $35,000, and trag­i­cal­ly, more than 5,000 vic­tims lost in excess of $100,000.

Cal­i­for­nia, being at the fore­front of this issue, leads the nation in the num­ber of elder­ly vic­tims of fraud. The col­lec­tive amount of report­ed loss­es incurred in Cal­i­for­nia alone amount­ed to over $624 mil­lion in 2022.

In the face of these alarm­ing sta­tis­tics, it’s essen­tial to rec­og­nize the four main types of care­giv­er scams that are pre­dom­i­nant­ly affect­ing our com­mu­ni­ties:

1.Financial Scams: Most scams, if not all, are dri­ven by the lure of finances and rich­es. Unscrupu­lous indi­vid­u­als may deceive or manip­u­late the elder­ly to gain access to their funds.

2. Unqual­i­fied Care­giv­er: These scams involve indi­vid­u­als pos­ing as trained care­givers but lack­ing the nec­es­sary qual­i­fi­ca­tions. They may pro­vide sub­stan­dard care, lead­ing to health and safe­ty risks.

3. Abu­sive Care­givers: This is an espe­cial­ly fright­en­ing thought as these scam­mers can cause phys­i­cal or emo­tion­al harm to the elder­ly indi­vid­u­als under their care.

4. Bogus Job and Nan­ny Scams: Some scam­mers adver­tise fake care­giv­er jobs, lur­ing peo­ple into var­i­ous fraud­u­lent schemes, such as the theft of per­son­al infor­ma­tion or mon­ey.

Edu­ca­tion and aware­ness are vital in com­bat­ing these types of scams. Please watch this video to learn more about how to iden­ti­fy, pre­vent, and report care­giv­er scams, and help pro­tect the vul­ner­a­ble mem­bers of our soci­ety.

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:22 Care­giv­er Scam Dol­lar Loss­es
01:03 Safe­ty First
01:53 Four Main Types Of Care­giv­er Scams
02:04 Finan­cial Scams
04:22 All Fam­i­ly Mem­bers Should Pro­vide Finan­cial Over­sight
05:47 Get A Back­ground Check On Care­givers
06:02 Abu­sive Care­giv­er
07:01 Check Out Ref­er­ences
07:34 Bogus Job And Nan­ny Scam
07:55 Niger­ian Advance Fee Scam
08:35 Look For Clues
08:52 Nev­er Wire Mon­ey To Strangers
09:33 Tips For Pro­tect­ing Your Loved Ones From Scams

Help Maui Fire Vic­tims NOW: Rec­om­mend­ed Hawaii Estab­lished Char­i­ties!

August 19, 2023 11:48 pm

#mauifire #mauistrong #sca­malert #legit­i­mat­e­char­i­ties #sca­maware­ness

The trag­ic Maui fire dis­as­ter has left count­less fam­i­lies in dire need, and the sit­u­a­tion on the ground is crit­i­cal. As we come togeth­er in these times of dis­tress, it’s cru­cial to direct our sup­port and resources to legit­i­mate and effec­tive char­i­ties.

Rec­om­men­da­tions from the local Hawai­ian char­i­ty Hon­olu­lu Civ­il Beat, has iden­ti­fied the top local Hawai­ian char­i­ta­ble orga­ni­za­tions ded­i­cat­ed to aid­ing the Maui fire vic­tims. Here’s a break­down of where you can donate to make a sig­nif­i­cant dif­fer­ence:

1. The Hawaii Com­mu­ni­ty Foun­da­tion Maui Strong Fund: Com­mit­ted to rebuild­ing lives, this foun­da­tion is work­ing day and night to pro­vide imme­di­ate relief to affect­ed fam­i­lies.

2. The Maui Food Bank: Ensur­ing no one goes hun­gry, the Maui Food Bank is dis­trib­ut­ing food to those dis­placed by the fires. Your sup­port can help feed a fam­i­ly today.

3. Maui Unit­ed Way: Col­lab­o­rat­ing with local agen­cies, Maui Unit­ed Way focus­es on address­ing the essen­tial needs of the vic­tims. Join them in restor­ing hope.

4. The Sal­va­tion Army Hawai­ian and Pacif­ic Islands Divi­sion: From shel­ter to emo­tion­al sup­port, the Sal­va­tion Army is there for the vic­tims, offer­ing a wide range of assis­tance.

5. Pub­lic Schools of Hawaii Foun­da­tion: Edu­ca­tion must con­tin­ue, even in dis­as­ter. Sup­port the chil­dren affect­ed by the fire by ensur­ing they have the sup­plies and sup­port they need to keep learn­ing.

6. The Coun­cil for Native Hawai­ian Advance­ment**: This orga­ni­za­tion is pro­vid­ing tar­get­ed aid to the native Hawai­ian com­mu­ni­ty, pre­serv­ing their cul­ture and dig­ni­ty.

7. The Maui Humane Soci­ety: Ani­mals are vic­tims too. The Maui Humane Soci­ety is res­cu­ing and car­ing for pets dis­placed by the fire. Help them in their com­pas­sion­ate mis­sion.

8. The Hawaii Cham­ber of Com­merce Hawaii Busi­ness Relief Fund**: Sup­port­ing local busi­ness­es is key to rebuild­ing the com­mu­ni­ty. Aid in the recov­ery and revi­tal­iza­tion of Maui’s econ­o­my.

9. The Hawaii Lions Foun­da­tion: Known for its com­mu­ni­ty ser­vice, the Hawaii Lions Foun­da­tion is active­ly involved in the dis­as­ter relief efforts. Join hands with them.

10. The Catholic Char­i­ties Hawaii: Pro­vid­ing com­pre­hen­sive social ser­vices, Catholic Char­i­ties Hawaii is reach­ing out to all those affect­ed, regard­less of faith. Stand with them in their uni­ver­sal mis­sion.

The Maui fire dis­as­ter has shat­tered lives, but with your sup­port, we can piece them back togeth­er. When donat­ing, please ensure you fol­low the trust­ed links pro­vid­ed above, as these orga­ni­za­tions have been rec­om­mend­ed by the rep­utable Hon­olu­lu Civ­il Beat.

Your con­tri­bu­tion mat­ters, and even the small­est dona­tion can help light the path to recov­ery. Please like, share, and sub­scribe to keep updat­ed with the ongo­ing efforts and to spread the word. Togeth­er, we can rise from the ash­es and rebuild Maui, stronger than before.

Link infor­ma­tion for all the above-ref­er­enced char­i­ties can be found in the video. If pos­si­ble, please take time to donate to one or more of the char­i­ties list­ed.

Note: Always ensure you are donat­ing through legit­i­mate chan­nels. ScamTV and Stamp Out Scams stand against fraud­u­lent prac­tices. Join us in mak­ing a real dif­fer­ence.


00:00 Intro­duc­tion
01:19 Imme­di­ate Relief Efforts
03:33 Hon­olu­lu Civ­il Beat Rec­om­mend­ed Char­i­ties

Beware of Rental List­ing Scams: How to Spot Fake Ads & Save Your Mon­ey

August 17, 2023 5:00 pm

#rentalscams. #sca­malert #scams #rentalscams

Beware of rental list­ing scams! Rental scams are on the rise, and ScamTV is here to help you pro­tect your­self!

Com­mon types of rental scams include:

1. Fake Rental: Scam­mers adver­tise prop­er­ties that either don’t exist or aren’t avail­able, lur­ing poten­tial renters into a trap.
2. Hijacked Ads: Real rental ads are hijacked and repost­ed by scam­mers, using the same details to deceive vic­tims.
3. Phan­tom Rental: Scam­mers cre­ate ads for places that aren’t even up for rent or do not exist.

Watch out for red flags when look­ing for a rental. Red flags include requests for pay­ment through wired funds, cryp­tocur­ren­cy, or plat­forms like Zelle and Ven­mo. If some­thing seems too good to be true, it prob­a­bly is!

If you sus­pect a rental scam, report it to your local police, the FTC, and the FBI. Your report may pre­vent oth­ers from becom­ing vic­tims.

Learn all the tips and tricks to nav­i­gate safe­ly through the rental mar­ket. Sub­scribe to ScamTV for more videos on scam pre­ven­tion, and togeth­er, we’ll build a scam-free com­mu­ni­ty! 🏠💼🛑

Beware: Funer­al Home Scam Tar­gets Vic­tims Through Obit­u­ar­ies

August 13, 2023 4:00 pm

#funer­al­home­scam #obit­u­aryscam #sca­malert #cur­rentscams

In recent times, a dis­turb­ing trend has emerged involv­ing scam­mers exploit­ing the vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty of griev­ing fam­i­lies. The funer­al home scam preys on those who have recent­ly lost a loved one. Scam­mers comb through obit­u­ar­ies, iden­ti­fy­ing poten­tial vic­tims, and then make decep­tive calls, pos­ing as funer­al home employ­ees. Their claim? The griev­ing fam­i­ly owes addi­tion­al mon­ey for funer­al ser­vices. This despi­ca­ble scheme has been on the rise, caus­ing immea­sur­able dis­tress dur­ing an already chal­leng­ing time.

Griev­ing fam­i­lies already face immense emo­tion­al and finan­cial bur­dens, and the funer­al home scam adds an extra lay­er of heart­less­ness. Scam­mers use the details from obit­u­ar­ies to lend an air of cred­i­bil­i­ty to their deceit­ful calls. Pos­ing as com­pas­sion­ate funer­al home staff, they inform fam­i­lies that there are out­stand­ing pay­ments for ser­vices ren­dered. This manip­u­la­tion preys on the nat­ur­al desire to give a loved one a prop­er farewell, mak­ing vic­tims more sus­cep­ti­ble to the scam.

The funer­al home scam is a stark reminder that scam­mers can stoop to unimag­in­able lows. These fraud­u­lent calls can catch griev­ing fam­i­lies off guard, lead­ing them to believe that they are falling behind on pay­ments they nev­er owed in the first place. The emo­tion­al toll is immense, as vic­tims grap­ple with the idea that they are some­how dis­re­spect­ing the mem­o­ry of their loved ones by not pay­ing up.

As this scam gains trac­tion, it’s essen­tial to remain vig­i­lant and informed. Funer­al homes typ­i­cal­ly have trans­par­ent billing process­es, and they do not con­duct busi­ness through unso­licit­ed phone calls. Fam­i­lies should nev­er give out per­son­al or finan­cial infor­ma­tion over the phone with­out ver­i­fy­ing the caller’s legit­i­ma­cy. Shar­ing infor­ma­tion about this scam with­in com­mu­ni­ties can help pro­tect oth­ers from falling vic­tim to this heart­less ploy.

Stamp Out Scams Inc., a non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tion based in Cal­i­for­nia, is com­mit­ted to rais­ing aware­ness about such scams and help­ing indi­vid­u­als avoid falling prey to them. Our mis­sion aligns with safe­guard­ing vul­ner­a­ble indi­vid­u­als from var­i­ous fraud­u­lent schemes, includ­ing the funer­al home scam. By spread­ing knowl­edge and pro­mot­ing cau­tion, we aim to empow­er indi­vid­u­als to pro­tect them­selves and their loved ones.

In con­clu­sion, the funer­al home scam prey­ing on griev­ing fam­i­lies is a dis­tress­ing exam­ple of how scam­mers exploit emo­tions for finan­cial gain. By stay­ing informed, remain­ing cau­tious, and shar­ing this infor­ma­tion, we can col­lec­tive­ly work towards dis­man­tling such heart­less schemes. Let’s stand togeth­er to ensure that griev­ing fam­i­lies find solace and sup­port rather than falling vic­tim to deceit­ful tac­tics.

Beware in Sum­mer 2023: Top Scams This Sum­mer You Must Look Out For!

July 12, 2023 6:00 pm

Stay vig­i­lant this sum­mer. In this video, we expose the top scams this sum­mer.

The­ses scams are:
1) The Time­share Pur­chase or Resale Scam, where buy­ers and sell­ers are tricked into fake trans­ac­tions.
2) The Stu­dent Loan For­give­ness Scam, which exploits debt-rid­den stu­dents.
3) The Pho­ny Job Scam, where fraud­u­lent job offers are made.
4) The Ama­zon Imposter Scam, which uses fake emails or sites to phish for per­son­al details.
5) The AirBnB Scam, where false rental list­ings are cre­at­ed.
6) The Tick­et­ed Event Scam, with scam­mers sell­ing non-exis­tent tick­ets.

Let’s pro­tect our­selves from these scams and spread aware­ness. Always remem­ber, scam­mers nev­er take the sum­mer off. In fact, the sum­mer is where they turn up their game. So, stay say safe this sum­mer and watch out for the new wave of scams and scam­mers.

Scam Sto­ries Vic­tims Share Their Tales of Deceit, Fraud, and Sur­vival!

July 11, 2023 4:30 pm

#RealScam­Sto­ries #Sca­mAware­ness #Fraud­Pre­ven­tion #Onli­ne­Safe­ty #Vic­timTes­ti­monies

In this reveal­ing and eye-open­ing video, you watch sev­er­al dif­fer­ent scam vic­tims share their sto­ries. These are real scam sto­ries. This is a space where real scam vic­tims share their authen­tic expe­ri­ences and tales of resilience, high­light­ing the impor­tance of remain­ing vig­i­lant in our increas­ing­ly con­nect­ed world. Their sto­ries serve as a stark reminder of the fraud­u­lent tac­tics employed by scam­mers and help us under­stand the seri­ous con­se­quences of falling into their traps and becom­ing a scam vic­tim.

Hear first­hand accounts from indi­vid­u­als who’ve been tar­get­ed by these heart­less fraud­sters. From the tale of a man who lost his life sav­ings to an online invest­ment scam, to a woman ensnared by a romance scam, these real sto­ries demon­strate the depths to which scam­mers will stoop to exploit inno­cent vic­tims.

Each sur­vivor shares their per­son­al jour­ney, the warn­ing signs they over­looked, and the painful after­math of the scam. Pay par­tic­u­lar atten­tion to the script’s scam­mers will use in these sto­ries. They may sound famil­iar because scam­mers like to reuse their scripts over and over.

Through these nar­ra­tives, we aim to raise aware­ness about the sever­i­ty and preva­lence of scams in today’s dig­i­tal age. By lis­ten­ing to these brave indi­vid­u­als, view­ers will gain a more pro­found under­stand­ing of scam tac­tics and the decep­tive nar­ra­tives used by fraud­sters.

These tes­ti­monies aren’t just about the dan­gers of scams; they’re about sur­vival, resilience, and the strength of the human spir­it when faced with adver­si­ty. These are sto­ries of hope and empow­er­ment, show­ing us that it is pos­si­ble to recov­er and rise again, even after such dev­as­tat­ing expe­ri­ences.

By watch­ing this video, you’re join­ing us in tak­ing a stand against fraud and decep­tion. Don’t for­get to like, share, and sub­scribe to spread the mes­sage and help oth­ers stay safe. Togeth­er, we can make a dif­fer­ence.

💡Stay Informed, Stay Safe! 💡

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:21 In U.S., One In Ten Adults Will Fall Vic­tim To A Scam
00:50 Time To Stop Vic­tim Carousel
01:22 Real Vic­tims Tell Their Sto­ries

Hotel Front Desk Scam! Beware — Scam­mers Steal­ing Cred­it Card Info!

July 10, 2023 4:00 pm

#Sca­mAlert #Trav­el­Safe­ty #Sum­mer­Scam”

The hotel frond desk scam is here! Are you plan­ning to hit the road this sum­mer? Be cau­tious of this new, cun­ning scam that is tar­get­ing trav­el­ers world­wide! This shock­ing tac­tic involves a scam­mer pos­ing as a hotel clerk and call­ing unsus­pect­ing guests to trick them into giv­ing away their cred­it card infor­ma­tion.

In this video, we expose the alarm­ing details of this scam — how it works, why it’s so suc­cess­ful, and most impor­tant­ly, how to pro­tect your­self.

Scam­mers are exploit­ing a typ­i­cal trav­el­er’s trust in their accom­mo­da­tions. They make a call to a ran­dom room, explain­ing there’s been a com­put­er glitch and the hotel did­n’t man­age to store their cred­it card infor­ma­tion. The ‘clerk’ then asks for the guest’s details over the phone, set­ting the stage for a dev­as­tat­ing cred­it card fraud.

Don’t let your guard down! Keep your finan­cial infor­ma­tion secure by fol­low­ing the gold­en scam pre­ven­tion rule: “Don’t call me, I’ll call you”. Always hang up and call back using the offi­cial hotel phone num­ber — nev­er give out your infor­ma­tion over the phone.

We’ll also share addi­tion­al pre­cau­tion­ary steps and resources to ensure that your sum­mer trav­el remains wor­ry-free. Stay informed and spread the word about this scam. It’s time to put a stop to these fraud­sters and secure our hol­i­days.

Remem­ber to like, share, and sub­scribe for more updates on how to stay safe dur­ing your trav­els!

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:12 Sum­mer Scam Alert
00:23 Beware Of Hotel Front-Desk Scam
00:47 Give Cred­it Card To Front Desk
01:07 Here’s Where Scam­mers Get To Work
01:21 Call Comes To Your Room Say­ing Com­put­er Glitch
01:35 Ask For Your Cred­it Card Info Over Phone
01:45 Hack­ers Steal Your Cre­di Card Info
02:14 Hang-Up On Scam­mers
02:32 Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You


June 30, 2023 8:00 pm

#Scams #Online­Fraud #Refun­dAn­dRecov­eryScam #Cyber­Se­cu­ri­ty #StaySafeOn­line

Today’s video deals with anoth­er emerg­ing scan, The Refund and Recov­ery Scam! We will unrav­el the intri­cate work­ings of the Refund and Recov­ery Scam, show­cas­ing how crafty crim­i­nals can swin­dle unsus­pect­ing vic­tims not just once, but twice!

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, there are numer­ous web­sites online which pro­fess to pro­vide these ser­vices. In short, they claim to be able to recov­er funds vic­tims have lost to scam­mers. These scam recov­ery web­sites make bold state­ments such as “…if you have been duped by the likes of a scam­mers, reach out to us and our experts will get your mon­ey back.” Or even bold­er claims such as “has accom­plished 92% win rate glob­al­ly.”

The pro­lif­er­a­tion of refund and recov­ery scam ser­vices on the web, tru­ly chal­lenge all com­mon sense! How can mon­ey or pros­e­cu­tion be insti­tut­ed against per­son or per­sons from parts unknown? Now it is com­mon knowl­edge that many scams, espe­cial­ly romance scams, come from places like Nige­ria and Ghana in West Africa. Many of these scams are car­ried out by gangs of scam­mers. The mon­ey is divid­ed among the gang mem­bers. The thought of a com­pa­ny being able to recov­er lost “scam” mon­ey from these indi­vid­u­als defies log­ic. Where would you start, and where would you end? Then, would this mon­ey be just lay­ing around in a sock draw­er, in a retire­ment account, or in a long-term CD. No, the mon­ey is long gone, and the scam­mer is on to the next vic­tim!

In the refund and recov­ery scam, the scam typ­i­cal­ly starts with vic­tims falling prey to an ini­tial scam. It could be your every­day gar­den vari­ety scam like romance scams. Then, like a phoenix from the ash­es, anoth­er scam­mer (or some­times the same one) swoops in, claim­ing to be a ‘recov­ery agent.’ They promise to help you retrieve your lost funds, only to trick you into pay­ing ‘fees’ or ‘tax­es,’ exac­er­bat­ing your loss. They adver­tise all over the web with sites that look pret­ty legit­i­mate and pro­fes­sion­al.

If you come across one of the many sites on the Inter­net offer­ing Refund and Recov­ery Ser­vices. Be very care­ful! First, take the time and ana­lyze the whole site. It may look pro­fes­sion­al at first glance. As you ana­lyze these sites, you will soon see the poor vocab­u­lary, bold claims and made-up sta­tis­tics through­out the whole site. These are only some of the many red-flags on these sites.

One of the refund and recov­ery sites I delved into, look very pro­fes­sion­al. I was actu­al­ly quite curi­ous. How­ev­er, after of few min­utes of look­ing through the site, I noticed numer­ous gram­mat­i­cal errors, bad vocab­u­lary and a host of oth­er issues. I looked up the busi­ness address and found it was a oper­at­ing out of a vir­tu­al office. They also pro­vid­ed numer­ous busi­ness address­es around the world. With a host of vir­tu­al offices around the world, it’s easy for a busi­ness to look like a glob­al busi­ness. How­ev­er, if you take the time to Google the address­es list­ed for this busi­ness, or ANY ques­tion­able online busi­ness, you will find most oper­ate out of vir­tu­al offices or mail drop loca­tion. Does this make them ille­git­i­mate? Absolute­ly not. But it def­i­nite­ly rais­es some red-flags.

Stay tuned till the end, as we share essen­tial tips on how to pro­tect your­self from these scams, detect red flags ear­ly, and the steps to take if you ever find your­self vic­tim­ized. This is the scam after the scam!

Remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er, and we’re here to arm you with the infor­ma­tion you need to stay safe online. Join us in the fight against scam­mers by lik­ing, shar­ing, and sub­scrib­ing to our chan­nel. Also, don’t for­get to hit the noti­fi­ca­tion bell 🔔, so you nev­er miss our week­ly updates on every­thing dig­i­tal secu­ri­ty. Let’s build a safer inter­net, one video at a time.

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:33 Major­i­ty Of Scam­mers Oper­ate Over­seas
00:51 Glob­al Anti-Scam Alliance
01:15 Post-Scam Oppor­tu­ni­ties For New Scam
02:07 Need A Scam Spe­cial Ops Group To Recov­er Funds
02:22 The Refund And Recov­ery Scam
02:56 Scheme Fol­lows A Set-Pat­tern
03:09 Your Name Goes On A Suck­er’s List
03:51 The Pitch
04:47 Sales Pitch Lines Designed To Deceive
05:36 Do Not Give Out Infor­ma­tion
05:47 How To Rec­og­nize Refund And Recov­ery Scam
06:16 It Is Ille­gal To Ask For Fees In Advance
06:50 How To Avoid Refund And Recov­ery Scams
07:48 Only Scam­mers Request Mon­ey Via Gift Card, Cryp­tocur­ren­cy, etc
08:34 Search Online For Com­pa­ny Info, Com­plaints, Scams, etc

Top Lies Used By Romance Scam­mers: The Top Tricks Used To Scam Love!

June 23, 2023 5:00 pm

The top lies used by romance scam­mers are exposed. In today’s video, we delve into the murky world of online romance scams, unveil­ing the most com­mon decep­tions used by these unscrupu­lous char­ac­ters.

Our data comes straight from the Fed­er­al Trade Com­mis­sion (FTC), which has metic­u­lous­ly com­piled a list of the top lies used by romance scam­mers.

Top of the lie list, used by 24% of romance scam­mers, is the heart­string-pulling tale of per­son­al tragedy: the scam­mer, or some­one close to them, is suf­fer­ing from a seri­ous ill­ness, has been injured, or even land­ed in jail. Their aim? To exploit your com­pas­sion and will­ing­ness to lend a help­ing hand.

Next, we look at the “finan­cial guru” scam, mak­ing up 18% of cas­es. Here, romance scam­mers pose as invest­ment tutors, promis­ing to turn your small sav­ings into a for­tune overnight. They may seem knowl­edge­able, but their only real aim is to emp­ty your bank account.

Tied at 18% is the false mil­i­tary per­sona and the “impor­tant deliv­ery” deceit. By pre­tend­ing to be a sol­dier on a remote assign­ment or a couri­er with a cru­cial deliv­ery, romance scam­mers play on your patri­o­tism or sense of adven­ture to gain your trust.

We also touch on the “whirl­wind romance” scam, where love-struck fraud­sters pro­pose mar­riage despite hav­ing nev­er met you in per­son. The promise of a sud­den, excit­ing change in life can be hard to resist.

Fur­ther down the list, we explore the nar­ra­tive of sud­den wealth, often in the form of gold. Romance scam­mers claim­ing they need your help to secure or share this wealth are mere­ly bait­ing the hook with the lure of greed.

The minor­i­ty of romance scam­mers, 6%, choose the life of iso­la­tion on an oil rig or ship as their back­sto­ry. Their phys­i­cal absence keeps you emo­tion­al­ly invest­ed while con­ve­nient­ly excus­ing them from ever meet­ing you.

Final­ly, we shed light on the chill­ing 3% who exploit their vic­tims’ trust to the extreme, solic­it­ing pri­vate pho­tos with the intent to black­mail.

Remem­ber, this video is not just about shar­ing shock­ing sta­tis­tics, it’s about rais­ing aware­ness and arm­ing you with the knowl­edge to stay safe in the dig­i­tal realm. Join us as we explore the dark under­bel­ly of online romance scams. Like, share, and sub­scribe to our chan­nel for more impor­tant updates. Stay vig­i­lant and keep safe online.

Link To FTC Top Lies Told By Romance Scam­mer List:

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#FTC #RomanceScams #Top Lies Used By Romance Scam­mers #Romance Scam­mers Top Lies List

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:18 Top Lies Told By Romance Scam­mers
00:35 Link To FTC Web­site In Video Descrip­tion
00:56 Com­mon Among Romance Scam­mers To Use Same Script Over & Over
01:21 Dol­lar Loss­es From Romance Scams In 2022
02:33 Top Lie Leader At 24% Is Damsel/Dude In Dis­ress
04:08 At 18%, is the finan­cial guru scam.
04:43 At 18%, is the I am a mem­ber of the mil­i­tary and cur­rent­ly sta­tioned far away.
05:03 at 18%, our next lie is the“I need help with an impor­tant deliv­ery” sto­ry
05:35 at 12% is the whirl­wind romance
06:20 At 7%, tales of sud­dent wealth
06:43 At 6%, is I am work­ing on an off­shore oil rig or ship
09:14 At 3%, black­mail using explic­it pho­tos
09:51 FTC romance scam­mer lie list is impor­tant to know
10:48 Email
11:03 Thanks for watch­ing

Romance Scam­mer Named Peach­es Scams A Holo­caust Sur­vivor out of $2.8M!

June 17, 2023 4:00 pm

#RomanceScam #Online­Fraud #Real­CrimeSto­ries #Sca­mAlert #StaySafeOn­line #peachesster­go

In this video, we unrav­el the heart-wrench­ing sto­ry of an 87-year-old Holo­caust sur­vivor who became a vic­tim of a devi­ous romance scam­mer, los­ing an aston­ish­ing $2.8 mil­lion in the process. This tale of deceit begins with the meet­ing of two indi­vid­u­als on a dat­ing site and morphs into a years-long scheme that shakes our belief in online love. This romance scam­mer lit­er­al­ly deceived this holo­caust sur­vivor out of his life sav­ings, and out of his house.

Our focus is on the romance scam­mer named Peach­es Ster­go. This romance scam­mer is a woman resid­ing in sun­ny Flori­da, who man­aged to play the inno­cent facade of a car­ing part­ner, all while slow­ly and sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly drain­ing her vic­tim’s life sav­ings. This dis­turb­ing series of events unfold­ed over a span of six to sev­en years, with the vic­tim, a res­i­dent of Man­hat­tan, none the wis­er until it was too late.

Fed­er­al pros­e­cu­tors from the South­ern Dis­trict of New York recent­ly brought this case to light, expos­ing the cru­el and cal­cu­lat­ed meth­ods employed by this romance scam­mer. This video aims to not only delve into the specifics of this case but also spread aware­ness about the dan­gers of online scams, espe­cial­ly tar­get­ing vul­ner­a­ble sec­tions of our soci­ety.

Join us as we explore how this heart­break­ing scam unfold­ed, the after­math for the vic­tim, and the even­tu­al legal pro­ceed­ings. The pain and suf­fer­ing inflict­ed by this romance scam­mer are immea­sur­able. This vul­ner­a­ble vic­tim was elder­ly and had already suf­fered immea­sur­able pain and grief dur­ing the holo­caust. Yes, as with all romance scam­mers, this did not mat­ter to Ster­go. She kept exploit­ing this vic­tim, until this was noth­ing left to give.

Remem­ber to like, share, and sub­scribe to our chan­nel for more intrigu­ing real-life sto­ries, and be sure to hit the bell icon so you nev­er miss an update from us.

Stay safe, and always keep your wits about you online!

Link to Peach­es Ster­go Indict­ment:

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:22 Romance Scams Flour­ish­ing
00:55 Scammed 87 Year-Old Holo­caust Sur­vivor
01:21 Scam­mer Named Peach­es Ster­go
01:41 Infor­ma­tion For Video From Fed­er­al Indica­ment Out Of SDNY
02:24 More To This Sto­ry
03:10 Elder­ly Holo­caust Sur­vivor Suf­fers More Indig­ni­ties
03:33 Life Sav­ings Stolen
04:24 Ster­go Wants To Bor­row Mon­ey
05:03 Nev­er Received Pro­ceeds From Injury Set­tle­ment
05:49 Vic­tim Wrote 62 Per­son­al Check
07:10 Vic­tim Con­fides In Son
07:50 Ster­go Bought Numer­ous Prop­er­ties And Cars
08:39 Romance Scam­mer Has No Morals, As Usu­al

True Real Estate Wire Fraud Sto­ry: Mom & Daugh­ter Lose $200K In Scam!

June 15, 2023 4:00 pm

#RealEstateScam #Wire­Fraud #Frau­dAware­ness #Col­oradoScam #Sup­port

In today’s video, we share a true real estate wire fraud sto­ry. This is a dis­tress­ing sto­ry of a retired teacher and her daugh­ter from Col­orado, who trag­i­cal­ly lost $200,000 in a real estate wire fraud scam. This unset­tling inci­dent pro­vides a stark reminder of the impor­tance of vig­i­lance and edu­ca­tion in the world of real estate trans­ac­tions.

This moth­er and daugh­ter duo were eager­ly look­ing for­ward to their dream home, but instead found them­selves caught up in an unscrupu­lous wire fraud scheme. Their life sav­ings van­ished overnight, leav­ing them grap­pling with a harsh real­i­ty.

We delve into the detailed account of this heart­break­ing event, shed­ding light on the mechan­ics of the scam, the attempts to recov­er the lost funds, and the dev­as­tat­ing impact it had on their lives. The pur­pose of shar­ing this per­son­al sto­ry is to raise aware­ness about these types of crimes and help oth­ers pro­tect them­selves.

In a bid to help these vic­tims, a Go Fund Me cam­paign has been ini­ti­at­ed. We invite our com­pas­sion­ate com­mu­ni­ty to con­tribute if they can, and share the cam­paign with oth­ers. Every dona­tion, no mat­ter how small, can make a dif­fer­ence in this dif­fi­cult time. You can find the link to the Go Fund Me page on the news chan­nel web­site of KDVR in Col­orado. This Go Fund Me link is also list­ed direct­ly below.

This dev­as­tat­ing inci­dent rein­forces the need to stay informed and vig­i­lant in the face of such mali­cious activ­i­ties. If you find this video enlight­en­ing, hit the Like but­ton, and share it with oth­ers to spread aware­ness. Sub­scribe and ring the bell icon to stay updat­ed on our lat­est con­tent.

We appre­ci­ate your sup­port in this endeav­or. Your inter­ac­tions and con­tri­bu­tions can make a huge dif­fer­ence. Please leave your thoughts, mes­sages of sup­port, or any advice you have in the com­ments below.

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00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:14 Recent Video About Wire Fraud In Real Estate
00:28 Video News Piece With Actu­al Scam Vic­tims
00:52 Vic­tim’s Scammed Out Of Over $200,000
01:29 News Piece Pro­vid­ed By Fox 31 In Col­orado
02:31 Please Like & Sub­scribe To ScamTV
02:47 Fox 31 In Col­orado News Piece
04:36 FBI Call Scam Busi­ness Email Com­pro­mise
04:47 FBI Advice To Pro­tect Against Scam
05:14 Lake­wood Police Inves­ti­gat­ing

From Dream Home to Night­mare: A Tale of Wire Fraud in Real Estate!

June 11, 2023 10:48 pm

Wel­come back to our chan­nel, your trust­ed source for scam relat­ed sto­ries, insights trends, and safe­ty tips! Today we’re div­ing deep into a top­ic that’s been plagu­ing the indus­try: Wire Fraud in Real Estate.

In this eye-open­ing video, we unmask the trou­bling world of wire fraud, one of the most destruc­tive and under­re­port­ed crim­i­nal activ­i­ties in the real estate sec­tor today. We explore the mechan­ics of these scams, how they’re exe­cut­ed, and most impor­tant­ly, how you can safe­guard your­self and your assets.

Remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er. In a world that’s increas­ing­ly dig­i­tal, being aware of the dan­gers and equipped with pre­ven­tion strate­gies is para­mount. Arm your­self with the infor­ma­tion pro­vid­ed in this video and say no to wire fraud!

Don’t for­get to hit the Like but­ton if you find this video infor­ma­tive, and share it with oth­ers who might ben­e­fit. Sub­scribe and click the bell icon to stay updat­ed with our lat­est con­tent on all things scams.

As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Have you or some­one you know been affect­ed by wire fraud? Do you have any addi­tion­al safe­ty tips? Share in the com­ments below!

Stay Safe, Stay Informed!

#RealEstate #Wire­Fraud #Fraud­Pre­ven­tion #RealEstateScams #Edu­ca­tion

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:22 Wel­come Back Toi ScamTV
00:49 Today’s Top­ic Is Wire Fraud In The Real Estae Indus­try
01:17 Expe­ri­ence In Con­duct­ing Finan­cial Crime Inves­ti­ga­tions
01:43 ScamTV Is Not An Adver­tise­ment For Ser­vices
02:21 Seen Many, Many Vic­tims Of Finan­cial Crimes
03:07 Real Estate Wire Fraud
04:20 What Pos­si­bly Could Go Wrong When Clos­ing A Real Estate Deal
04:35 Real World Sto­ry Of Real Estate Wire Fraud
06:08 Dreams Turn Into Night­mares
06:26 Scam Starts With Email With Wire Instruc­tions
07:27 Not Actu­al­ly Email­ng Real Estate Agent With Signed Wire Instruc­tions
07:50 Email Looked Real
08:13 Cold Real­iza­tion They Had Been Scammed
10:01 Pre­ven­tion Is Key
11:25 Please Like And Sub­scribe To ScamTV

iTheft Exposed: Phish­ing Schemes And iPhone Theft — Don’t Get Tricked!

May 26, 2023 7:00 pm

In this grip­ping and infor­ma­tive video, we delve into a rapid­ly grow­ing and alarm­ing­ly cun­ning iPhone theft scam that’s been wreak­ing hav­oc in pub­lic and crowd­ed areas. Unas­sum­ing iPhone users are being tar­get­ed by a net­work of thieves who use stealth and sub­terfuge to snatch peo­ple’s phones right under their noses. iPhone theft is a grow­ing epi­dem­ic around the world!

But that’s only the first step of their auda­cious iPhone theft ploy. Once the device is stolen, they send a text to the unsus­pect­ing vic­tim. This text mes­sage is skill­ful­ly dis­guised as an offi­cial com­mu­ni­ca­tion from Apple, pro­vides a glim­mer of hope. The text indi­cates “Your Lost iPhone 12 has been found and tem­porar­i­ly switched ON. View loca­tion:”

Click­ing on the link, the vic­tims are redi­rect­ed to an impec­ca­bly craft­ed clone of Apple’s web­site where they’re asked to input their Apple user­name and pass­word. Lit­tle do they know, with those sim­ple key­strokes, they’ve hand­ed the thieves the keys to their dig­i­tal king­dom, includ­ing per­son­al and finan­cial infor­ma­tion.

How do you safe­guard your­self from such a metic­u­lous­ly planned and exe­cut­ed iPhone theft scam? This is what our video is all about.

We’ll take you through a step-by-step break­down of how this iPhone theft scam works. More impor­tant­ly, we’re shar­ing our top 7 pre­ven­tion tips to help you stay pro­tect­ed and ensure your iPhone and your per­son­al infor­ma­tion remain secure.

By stay­ing informed and vig­i­lant, you can stay one step ahead of these auda­cious iPhone theft scam­mers. Watch our video and join us on a mis­sion to raise aware­ness and fight back against this grow­ing threat.

Remem­ber to like, share, and sub­scribe to our chan­nel for more cyber secu­ri­ty tips like this, and overview of ongo­ing scams affect­ing us all. Your dig­i­tal safe­ty is our pri­or­i­ty!

iTheft Exposed: Phish­ing Schemes After iPhone Theft — Don’t Get Tricked #Phish­ingSchemes #iPhone theft and phish­ing scheme pre­ven­tion tips

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:16 iPhone Theft Scam In New York City
00:43 iPhone Placed On Table
01:08 Stolen iPhone Expe­ri­ence
01:26 iPhone Quick­ly Stolen Off Of Table
02:05 Phone Stolenm Then Sec­ond Part Of Scheme Starts
02:52 Fake Apple Text & E‑mail Sent To Oth­er Apple Devices
03:22 Apple Fake Web­site
04:05 Thieves Also Steal Per­son­al Data
04:19 Two-Fold Scam
05:09 Tips To Help Avoid Stolen iPhone — Phish­ing Scam

Apple Sup­port Link

Love’s Dark Side: Unmask­ing the Glob­al Hot Spots of Romance Scams!

May 21, 2023 11:00 pm

Wel­come back Scam TV! In today’s episode, we are unmask­ing glob­al hot spots of romance scams. Yet again, we are tack­ling a sen­si­tive sub­ject that has impact­ed mil­lions glob­al­ly — Romance Scams.

With the rise of the dig­i­tal age, love has found a new play­ground, but so have fraud­sters. In this video, we delve deep into the roots of where most romance scam­mers come from and how they oper­ate. We aim to cre­ate aware­ness, bring insights, and arm you with the knowl­edge you need to stay safe online.

We explore the most noto­ri­ous hotbeds of romance scams. In this video, you will learn just where the major­i­ty of romance scam­mers come from. You will be both shocked and sur­prised to learn just where these scam­mers are ply­ing their dirty trade.

Remem­ber, knowl­edge is pow­er. The more we know, the bet­ter we can pro­tect our­selves and our loved ones from falling vic­tim to these heart-break­ing scams.

In this video, we uti­lize footage from Nat Geo’s, Traf­fick­ing With Mar­i­ana van Zeller. A link to the full episode of this fan­tas­tic show is locat­ed below. Please like and sub­scribe to Nation­al Geo­graph­ic’s YouTube chan­nel.

Traf­ficked With Mar­i­ana van Zeller Link:
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:33 Where Do Romance Scam­mers Come From
01:25 How Much Mon­ey Have Scam­mers Scammed From Vic­tims
01:51 Report­ed Loss­es From Romance Scams
02:44 Where Do Yout Think Most Romance Scam­mers Come From
03:16 Where Do Most Romance Scam­mers Come From
03:50 A Large Major­i­ty Of Romance Scam­mers Come From…
04:11 Footage From Traf­ficked, With Mar­i­ana van Zeller
05:02 Ghana In West Africa
07:39 Nige­ria Close Behind Ghana In Romance Scam Trade
08:01 Recent Arrest In USA Of Female Romance Scam­mer
08:31 Mona For Real AKA Mona Faiz
09:06 Real Name Mona Faiz Mon­trage
09:43 More Videos To Come About Under­world Of Romance Scam­mers

Niger­ian Romance Scam:The Elder­ly Father, The Daugh­ter & $700,000 Scam

May 18, 2023 6:00 pm

Pre­pare for an emo­tion­al roller­coast­er as we unveil a shock­ing true sto­ry of love, deceit, and finan­cial ruin in this Niger­ian romance scam. We high­light a video pre­pared by the Fed­er­al Bureau of Inves­ti­ga­tion (FBI). The video shows the dev­as­tat­ing impact of a heart­less romance scam that left an elder­ly father and his fam­i­ly shat­tered. The man’s daugh­ter brave­ly shares their har­row­ing expe­ri­ence, shed­ding light on the far-reach­ing con­se­quences of this ruth­less scam. Hear the heart­break­ing toll it took on her father’s life, their fam­i­ly’s finances, and their sense of secu­ri­ty.

This pow­er­ful video also fea­tures insights from a reformed romance scam­mer. Brace your­self as she divulges the chill­ing tac­tics employed by these crim­i­nals and how they exploit vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty for their own gain. Gain a unique per­spec­tive as he pro­vides a cau­tion­ary tale that could save count­less oth­ers from falling into the same trap.

Here at Scam TV, we high­light these real vic­tim sto­ries, because you will not only learn to rec­og­nize the red flags of romance scams but also dis­cov­er how you can pro­tect your­self and your loved ones from falling vic­tim to these heart­less fraud­sters. Togeth­er, we can raise aware­ness, fight back against this grow­ing threat, and pro­vide sup­port to those affect­ed.

Impor­tant Scam Details:

• Email Address Used:
• Niger­ian Romance Scam Ring
• Tar­gets Elder­ly Male Vic­tim
• Female Work­ing Abroad On A Project In Eng­land
• Con­struc­tion Relat­ed
• Built Online Roman­tic Rela­tion­ship With Vic­tim Over Mul­ti­ple Years
• Scam­mer Con­tin­u­ous­ly Asked For Mon­ey
• Vic­tim Lost Over $700,000

For more infor­ma­tion, resources, and assis­tance, vis­it the offi­cial FBI web­site ( or con­tact your local law enforce­ment agency.

#Sca­mAlert #RomanceScams #FBI­In­ves­ti­ga­tion #Fight­Back #niger­ian romance scams
# real FBI scam sto­ries

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:40 The Elder­ly Father, The Daugh­ter & The $700,000 Niger­ian Romance Scam
00:52 FBI Romance Scam Case Files
01:23 May Is Old­er Amer­i­cans Month
01:39 Inves­ti­gat­ed Numer­ous Com­plex Finan­cial Crimes As A Spe­cial Agent
02:00 Banks Are Required By Law To Files Sus­pi­cious Activ­i­ty Reports
02:33 Much Sus­pi­cious Bank Activ­i­ty Is Relat­ed To Seniors
03:11 Banks Can­not Dis­close Exis­tence Of Sus­pi­cious Activ­i­ty Report
03:41 Look For Sus­pi­cious Bank Activ­i­ty On Loved One’s Bank State­ment
04:44 Ask Loved One’s To Approve Copies Of Month­ly Bank State­ments Be Sent To Trust­ed Per­son
05:28 Set­up Online Bank Access For Senior Fam­i­ly Mem­ber
06:21 Show This Video To Appre­hen­sive Or Skep­ti­cal Believ­ers
06:34 Start Of FBI Romance Scam Vic­tim Sto­ry
06:45 Com­ments From Reformed Romance Scam­mer

An Aussie Romance Scam Vic­tim’s Sto­ry: Torn Asun­der, Down Under!

May 12, 2023 10:30 pm

This video explores an Aussie romance scam vic­tim’s sto­ry. Join us in this heart-wrench­ing tale of this 26-year-old Aus­tralian woman who became the unsus­pect­ing vic­tim of an online scam. This real-life nar­ra­tive takes you on an emo­tion­al jour­ney, unveil­ing the sin­is­ter manip­u­la­tions of a man claim­ing to be a USA-based engi­neer fre­quent­ly work­ing in Turkey.

Learn about the intri­cate web of deceit involv­ing the scam­mer’s sup­posed 9‑year-old son, a non-accept­ed cred­it card, and a Turk­ish bank’s refusal to allow a with­draw­al. Wit­ness how the vic­tim, dri­ven by empa­thy and good­will, lost more than she ever could have imag­ined, push­ing her to the brink of despair and even con­tem­plat­ing sui­cide.

Despite the depth of her loss­es and an ongo­ing bat­tle with depres­sion, she coura­geous­ly shares her sto­ry with us. Through her expe­ri­ence, she hopes to raise aware­ness about online scams and help oth­ers avoid the life-alter­ing mis­takes she made.

In this video, we dive deep into the psy­cho­log­i­cal impact of such scams, the impor­tance of inter­net safe­ty, and the path to recov­ery for vic­tims. Join us as we sup­port her jour­ney to heal­ing and, togeth­er, let’s learn to pro­tect our­selves and our loved ones from falling prey to such scams.

#End­Scams #Inter­net­Safe­ty #men­tal­healthaware­ness

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:27 26 Year-Old Romance Scam Vic­tim From Aus­tralia
00:57 Scam­mers Often Use Same Scam Scripts
01:23 Need Lot’s Of Scam Con­tent To Expose Scam­mers
01:51 Vic­tim Left Depressed & Sui­ci­dal
02:05 Real Scam Sto­ries Told in Vic­tim’s Own Words
02:40 Romance Scam Vic­tim Tells Her Sto­ry
03:09 Scam Start­ed With Friend Request On Face­Book
04:19 Scam­mer Said He Was From USA With 9‑Year Old Son
04:49 Scam­mer Calls And Say Hotel In Turkey Would Not Take His Cred­it Card
05:19 Scam­mer Asks Vic­tim To Use His Cred­it Card To With­draw Mon­ey In Aus­tralia
05:52 Scam­mer Told Vic­tim His Son Broke His Leg & He Need­ed Mon­ey Quick­ly
06:28 Vic­tim Bor­rowed Mon­ey To Give Scam­mer
06:39 Part Of Scam Is Emails From Com­pa­ny Named Fair­way Express
07:25 Vic­tim Tells Scam­mer She Is Sus­pi­cious Of Com­pa­ny
07:52 Part Of Scam Involves Ask­ing For Pay­ment Of Par­cel Fees
08:53 Vic­tim Lost $50,000 Aus­tralian Dol­lars
09:13 Vic­tim Report Crime To ACORN In Aus­tralia

Build­ing The Per­fect Date Using Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence! Romance Scams

May 8, 2023 12:00 am

In today’s video, we explore whether build­ing the per­fect date using arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence. Is it pos­si­ble to induce a per­son, male or female, into falling in love with some­one who is not human.…but total­ly con­struct­ed using arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence.

We decid­ed to explore this pos­si­bil­i­ty after receiv­ing an e‑mail from a woman who claimed she had fell head over heels in love with a man, whom she now sus­pect­ed of being total­ly AI! This woman found her­self cap­ti­vat­ed by the charms and charis­ma of this man she met online. Lit­tle did she know, she was unknow­ing­ly inter­act­ing with an AI man. Once she con­front­ed her prince charm­ing with her sus­pi­cions, he did what most scam­mers do in this sit­u­a­tion, he ghost­ed her!

In our video, we will demon­strate just how easy it is to cre­ate the per­fect male by using arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence. From the poem he wrote her, to the numer­ous texts, and infre­quent in-per­son calls, to his pic­ture-per­fect per­son­al shots, he seemed like the per­fect man. But was he???

We hope to pro­vide an in-depth fol­low-up video to address what you can do if you sus­pect you are being scammed by an AI guy or AI gal.

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:28 E‑Mail From Woman About AI Guy
01:17 It Was All Too Good To Be True
01:39 Is This Guy Even Human
02:12 After She Con­front­ed Scam­mer, He Ghost­ed Her
02:53 AI Is Not The Future Any­more, It Is The Now
03:43 Chat­G­PT
05:22 AI Cre­at­ed Love Poem
06:56 AI Gen­er­at­ed Pro­file Pic­ture
08:05 Col­or Bar On AI Gen­er­at­ed Pho­tos
08:43 AI Voice Cloning
09:52 Scam­mers Using Sound­boards For Cloned Voic­es
10:39 Many Romance Scams Come Out Of Ghana In West Africa
11:13 This Is A Mod­ern AI Les­son For All
11:47 Please Like And Sub­scribe To ScamTV

The Lat­est Tool Scam­mers Use To Steal Your Mon­ey! Voice Cloning!

May 1, 2023 9:00 pm

In this video we explore the lat­est tool scam­mers use to steal your mon­ey! It is the dis­turb­ing trend of crim­i­nals using AI voic­es to deceive peo­ple into send­ing them mon­ey. With the advance­ment of tech­nol­o­gy, scam­mers are find­ing new and sophis­ti­cat­ed ways to prey on inno­cent indi­vid­u­als. One such method is the use of AI voic­es that can mim­ic the voice of a loved one in dis­tress, mak­ing it seem as though they urgent­ly need finan­cial help.

This tac­tic can be par­tic­u­lar­ly effec­tive as it preys on peo­ple’s emo­tions and their desire to help their fam­i­ly mem­bers. In this video, we will hear from actu­al vic­tims of this recent trend­ing voice cloning scam. These vic­tims told their sto­ry on ABC’s Good Morn­ing Amer­i­ca. A link to this news piece is below. This news piece that is a very alarm­ing exam­ple of just how dan­ger­ous the voice cloning scam has become. If you haven’t done so already, please like and sub­scribe to ABC’s Good Morn­ing Amer­i­ca for more infor­ma­tive news and videos.

To learn more about oth­er cur­rent on-going scams, please vis­it Stamp Out Scams web­site list­ed below. Use any search bar on the site to find scam relat­ed infor­ma­tion from numer­ous exter­nal sources.

Stamp Out Scams Web­site

Good Morn­ing Amer­i­ca New Piece

AI Or Human Web­site
00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:34 Scam­mers Using Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence (AI) More & More
00:59 Can You Tell The Dif­fer­ence Between Real & AI: AI Or Human Web­site
01:54 Scam­mers Cloning Voic­es To Sound Like Friend’s Or Loved Ones
02:39 Cloning Voic­es Is Easy To Do
03:46 AI Voic­es Are Get­ting Bet­ter & Bet­ter
04:17 Good Morn­ing Amer­i­ca Voice Cloning Scam News Piece
06:47 Tips To Avoid AI Voice Clone Scam

The Romance Scam­mer Hand­book Exposed: Learn The Lines Used To Deceive

April 13, 2023 1:15 am

In today’s video, we we’ll be tak­ing a look at the romance scam­mer hand­book. Yet anoth­er deep dive into the dis­turb­ing world of romance scam­mers. While most of us are famil­iar with the con­cept of online dat­ing and the poten­tial pit­falls that come with it, there is a hid­den com­mu­ni­ty of indi­vid­u­als who have turned scam­ming into a lucra­tive busi­ness. They are appro­pri­ate­ly called “Romance Scam­mers.”

These scam­mers often use sophis­ti­cat­ed tac­tics to manip­u­late vul­ner­a­ble indi­vid­u­als into send­ing them mon­ey or pro­vid­ing per­son­al infor­ma­tion. Today, we’ll be explor­ing a doc­u­ment known as the “Romance Scam­mer Hand­book,” which pro­vides step-by-step instruc­tions on how to suc­cess­ful­ly scam some­one out of their hard-earned cash.

It’s a shock­ing and eye-open­ing look into the mind­set of these crim­i­nals, and we hope this video will help raise aware­ness of this grow­ing prob­lem. So, let’s dive in and learn more about the dark world of romance scam­mers.

As men­tioned in this video, a com­plete .pdf copy of the Niger­ian Romance Scam­mer Play­book can be down­loaded from Stamp Out Scam’s web­site. Direct link to down­load page is below.

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:38 Romance Scam­mers Hand­book
01:14 Link To Play­book In Video Descrip­tion
01:54 Romance Scam­mer Hand­book View­ing

Reformed Niger­ian Romance Scam­mer Speaks Out: Hear What He Has To Say

April 1, 2023 7:15 pm

A reformed Niger­ian romance scam­mer speaks out. In this news piece pro­duced by WRTV in Indi­anapo­lis, this self-pro­claimed reformed romance scam­mer speaks to their reporter. He talks about the ticks of the trade of romance scam­mers, and even shows the Niger­ian romance scam­mer guide­book.

Great video to watch because it high­lights what scam­mers do to trick their vic­tims. So, watch and learn.

Spe­cial thanks to WRTV news for an excel­lent news piece. Be sure to like and sub­scribe to their YouTube Chan­nel.

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:12 Wel­come To Scam TV
00:31 Reformed Niger­ian Romance Scam­mer Speaks Out
01:10 WRTV News Piece On Reformed Niger­ian Romance Scam­mer

Romance Scam: How A Salt Lake City Woman Lost Her Heart And Her Wal­let

March 15, 2023 1:00 am

In this video, we will hear from the actu­al vic­tim of a romance scam. This vic­tim footage is from a video pre­pared by the FBI. The FBI often pre­pares these type of videos, in coor­di­na­tion with real vic­tims, to assist in pre­vent­ing oth­ers from being vic­tim­ized by romance scam­mers.

This scam shown in this video, took place in beau­ti­ful Salt Lake City, Utah. In this romance scam sto­ry, not only did the smooth talk­ing scam­mer, who went by the name Gio­van­ni break this vic­tim’s heart, he man­aged to scam her out of over $500,000. With­in just three weeks of their ini­tial con­tact, Gio­van­ni pro­fessed his love for the vic­tim.

Our scam­mer Gio­van­ni told the vic­tim that he was an archi­tect and that he had to trav­el to Turkey for busi­ness. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, it turned out that Gio­van­ni was just anoth­er con artist, using the work­ing over­seas romance scam script. Which by the way, is a com­mon part of a romance scam­mer’s script.

In the wake of her dev­as­tat­ing expe­ri­ence, this vic­tim is deter­mined to share her sto­ry pub­licly, in the hope of rais­ing aware­ness and pre­vent­ing oth­ers from falling prey to sim­i­lar scams.

As a quick reminder, please do not for­get to like and com­ment on this video. Last­ly, please sub­scribe to this chan­nel. This helps grow Scam TV, which is extreme­ly impor­tant, since this chan­nel is a not-for-prof­it chan­nel and sup­port­ed by vol­un­teers.

If our cause gets more expo­sure, the exis­tence of these scams gets out to more peo­ple, and Scam TV can bring you more videos for a very long time.

You can vis­it Stamp Out Scams online at If you have a scam you would like por­trayed on Scam TV, please e‑mail us at

00:00 Intro­duc­tion
00:16 Video About An Actu­al Vic­tim Of A Romance Scam
00:39 Scam Occurred In Salt Lake City, Utah
00:50 Scammed Vctim Out Of Over $500,000
01:02 Scam­mer Says He Is An Archi­tect & Trav­el To Turkey
01:28 Vic­tim Wants To Share Her Sto­ry Pub­licly
02:04 Romance Scam Vic­tim Tells Her Sto­ry
03:16 Total Amount Of Mon­ey He Received Was $530,000
03:40 Romance Scam Loss­es
03:51 FBI

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