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#371877 by walkingwounded Tue Aug 21, 2018 8:42 am

I require some help. I believe my father is victim of a scam but he won't believe me(he has "lost" >$37000AU by refinancing his house when he is only on an old age pension). He continues to send money when he cannot afford to live himself.
Is there any way of determining whether he is victim to a scam? I have emails from the scammer(her) when my Dad has not contacted her in a day.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thank you!


#371881 by Bryon Williams Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:01 am
Welcome to Scamwarners,

Please post more details. The emails/messages he received along with the email addresses, phone numbers, names/user names.

Please remove any of his personal information prior to submitting.

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All email addresses used in the scam, including those of the scammer and any other individual, agency, or company involved.
The early emails you have received, and any emails requesting money (important: remove your personal details first).
All phone numbers and fax numbers used in the scam.
Any websites the scammer has referred you to.
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A description of the scam
Usernames and profiles they use that you are aware of (for facebook or myspace pages).
The details, as above, for any other person (doctor, lawyer, banker, reverend, friend or family member) who you have been referred to as part of the scam. In all likelihood, these people will be actually be impersonated by the same scammer.

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