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The writer goes on to note that he has been a practicing lawyer for 42 years, beginning his career as an assistant United States attorney, and is currently working as counsel for a major insurance company.
Eventually, the scammer will ask for help, for various reasons, involving the victim sending money.
After the scammer gets all the money they can from the victim, the scammer drops communication, leaving the victim dumbfounded, hurt, confused, and out of a lot of money, which is rarely recovered.
Usually, these scammers develop fake contacts, using easily obtained pictures from real U. This scam has become so popular; there are now online support groups to aid victims in dealing with the emotional and monetary losses incurred with their experience.
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