�Scammers are still there�

People sometimes ask me why I keep talking about scams. They tell me that these days everyone knows about scams, that nobody falls for them any more. So why am I wasting my time?

The truth is simple. Scams are not going away and people are still falling for them. I know this and I have evidence for it. Firstly ask yourself this question. Why would a business still market products that nobody wants to buy? That would be a business that rapidly collapsed. The same goes for scams. Scammers wouldn’t still be offering their scams if people were not falling for them.

Secondly, I have personal evidence that people are still falling for them. I have spoken to the victims. Last week I got a message on Facebook.

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