Stolen Photos Of Men – May 2021 – Part #1

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Stolen Photos Of Men – May 2021 – Part #1

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SCARS™ Scammer Gallery: Collection Of Stolen Photos Of Men

May 2021

Here Are Photos We Have Found Being Used Recently By Scammers!

Remember, scammers use tens of thousands of fake or stolen names for each face they steal. Don’t worry about a name, there are billions of fake profiles now on social media and even more on dating websites. All of these photos were stolen by scammers and found on fake Facebook & social media profiles, or elsewhere.

All you need to remember is this: if ANYONE asks you for money online and you do not know them or cannot verify them, they are a scammer! React accordingly!

These photos and others are shared so you can find them in Google & image searches

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The photos contained on this website have been reported by scam victims as being used by scammers through the SCARS|CDN™ Cybercrime Data Network. Some have been reported as actual criminals and some as being stolen from real people and used by fraudsters. This information was submitted to SCARS for the specific purpose of public publication and does not violate any privacy laws or regulations, nor copyright as these represent potential evidence of a crime.

SCARS makes no claim on the accuracy of these reports and presents the information as it was reported to SCARS. SCARS assumes no liability for this user-created information as per the Communications Decency Act Section 230.

If you believe a photo that belongs to or pictures you has been incorrectly reported, please complete the form here – click here (on our website). SCARS will review your request as rapidly as possible and notify you by email of the outcome. You may follow up by email 10 days after completing the form if you do not receive a reply.

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Want To Report Your Own Scammer Photos?

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A Question Of Race?

We recognize that all victims, regardless of skin color share the same color of pain from being scammed and we are here to help them all, regardless of: race, nationality, origin, religion, gender, or politics.

  • Scammers are NOT all African – they come from almost every country on Earth. There are Latin American scammers, American scammers, Chinese scammers, Russian scammers, Jamaican scammers, Iranians, North Korean, etc. It just turns out that West Africans are more prolific than most so more people encounter them online. But if you receive scam phone calls – these are more likely Indian or Pakistani.
  • African scammers rarely use stolen photos of African Americans or other African Descendants in their scams. We think this is because of their belief that most people around the world are racist against them. We also think they believe that if a victim sees an African descended face, they would believe immediately it was a scam.
  • Additionally, African scammers use few Asian faces, but this is mostly because it is harder for them to find useable faces to steal – not so much from a racial perspective.
  • African scammers will sometimes use their real face – sometimes their real identities – to engage in several different kinds of scams. These include fake marriage scams to lure a victim to their country and extort money from them when they have physical control of them. Or when they drain the money from a victim they may reveal themselves claiming they really did fall in love – this is just another ploy to get even more money from the victim.
  • We are especially sensitive to African American and African descendants living outside of Africa that are scammed because the African scammers are especially brutal towards them for many culturally biased reasons.
  • When we display REAL SCAMMERS – they are what they are. If from Africa they will be African; if from India they will be Indian; if from Asia, European, American, Latina American, Philippines, etc. The same goes for any country. Scammers in some regions are predominantly one race – it just is what it is.

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FAQ: How Do You Properly Report Scammers?

It is essential that law enforcement knows about scams & scammers, even though there is nothing (in most cases) that they can do.

Always report scams involving money lost or where you received money to:

  1. Local Police – ask them to take an “informational” police report – say you need it for your insurance
  2. State Police Cybercrimes Unit – that specializes in helping local victims of cybercrime in the U.S. click here »
  3. Your National Police or FBI « »
  4. The Scars Worldwide Reporting Network on « »

This helps your government understand the problem, and allows law enforcement to add scammers on watch lists worldwide.

Please be sure to report all scammers

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