I have been scammed on a forex site and they have sent me this, I am now aware that the site was fake but I’m am 16,000 in dept to them, do I really need to pay this or are they trying to get more money out of me?

I have been scammed on a forex site and they have sent me this, I am now aware that the site was fake but I’m am 16,000 in dept to them, do I really need to pay this or are they trying to get more money out of me?


The content was posted by Jacksonbear1993 on 2021-11-08 08:44:12 via reddit

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14 Comments

  1. shifuteejeh says:

    Oh no! Not the international untrustworthy list!

  2. EugeneBYMCMB says:

    They know their scams work on you because you’ve already fallen for one, so they are going to keep trying to scam you until you stop paying. They might keep threatening you, but all you have to do is ignore the messages. Make sure you know about !recovery scammers who may contact you and tell you they can help get your money back.

  3. They know you are gullible and are trying to get more money from you.

  4. Moments after posting here I got a private message from u/qthatguyp inviting me to join r/forextradingsignals.

    Watch out for !recovery scammers.

  5. Different_Ad7655 says:

    the International untrustworthy list, hmmmmmmm, I don’t think credit karma Is giving credit scores on that 1 yet LOL Maybe you might be placed on the , there is no more money to fleece from this guy list

  6. How did you send them $16,000??

    ————————-

    **Fake Investment Scams that use Fake Cryptocurrency Websites:**

    Fake cryptocurrency websites controlled by scammers are becoming more and more common. Sometimes the scam begins with a romance scammer who claims that they can help the victim invest in cryptocurrency. Victims are told to buy cryptocurrency of some kind using a legitimate cryptocurrency exchange, and then they are told to send their cryptocurrency to a website wallet address where it will be invested. Sometimes the scam begins with a notice that the victim won cryptocurrency, and it is in their account on a website. In either case, the scammer controls the website, so they make it look like there is money in the victim’s account on their website. Then the scammer (or the scammer pretending to be someone official who is associated with the website) tells the victim that they have to put more money into the website before they can get their money out of the website. Sometimes the scammer will let the victim “remove” some of their money from the website (actually it’s just the scammer sending some of the victim’s money back to the victim) as a way to make the website seem legitimate, before asking the victim to “reinvest” even more of their money. Of course all of the money sent by the victim has gone directly into the scammer’s personal wallet, and any additional money sent by the victim to retrieve their money from the website will also go directly into the scammer’s personal wallet, and all of the information about money being held by the website was totally fake.

    You can post the scammer’s wallet address here on r/scams.

    If the scammer used Bitcoin, then you can report the scammer’s Bitcoin wallet address here:

    https://www.bitcoinabuse.com/reports

    If the scammer used Ethereum, then you can report the scammer’s Ethereum wallet address here:

    https://info.etherscan.com/report-address/

    You can see how much cryptocurrency has been sent to the scammer’s wallet address here:

    https://www.blockchain.com/explorer

  7. Slow_Ad_3995 says:

    If you were scammed why would you think you owe the scammers anything?

  8. Sahasranamam says:

    Don’t worry about it. This is all fake. You should respond saying you’ve notified the FBI for the scam and their details.

  9. TheEconomistFable says:

    I am sorry you have been defrauded and lost money. But having had that done, surely you can tell this is another attempt to defraud you?

    Do you consider yourself quite a credulous person? Because this is so obvious I don’t understand how you could possibly fall for this.

    This will sound cruel but financial transactions online are not an option for you if you cannot identify blatant scams. You will only lose much more money in the future.

  10. Miss_Mermaid1 says:

    If you know it’s a fake site, how could the debt possibly be legit and something you need to pay? 🤔

  11. Seanipoo16 says:

    Naw bro that’s pure bullshit trust

  12. Fiyero109 says:

    Some people just don’t have any common sense and should be in a conservatorship with their money

  13. cristof91 says:

    Hey man stay strapped or get clapped

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