What should I do if I think I have been scammed?

If you think you have been a victim of a scam please read the following suggestions
• Cease all communication to avoid losing any more money or giving away any more personal information
• Contact our Customer Service department immediately by either e-mail or by telephone.
• Contact your financial institution and have any credit card, account numbers or passwords you provided changed immediately.
• Contact your local Police if the person is threatening you or trying to blackmail you to any extent.
• Be cautious of anyone who contacts you after as some scammers will create a new identity to contact you again.
Overall you should always be cautious of anyone asking you to move communication off our site within the first few times you talk.

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