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How to recover money from Romance scam


Romance scams are a growing problem, with victims losing $2.5 billion in 2019 alone. Many people find themselves emotionally invested in these online love affairs and will go to great lengths to protect their investment. Unfortunately, it can be difficult for victims to recover money from romance scams as scam artists often hide behind fake identities and untraceable payment methods. Thankfully, there are several steps you can take to make sure that your money doesn’t end up in the hands of scammers again:


If you’ve sent money to a romance scammer, make sure it doesn’t happen again.

If you’re a victim of romance scams, the first thing to do is change your passwords and update them frequently. Also make sure that your computer has up-to-date anti-virus software. You should also back up all of your files on a regular basis. If you’ve sent money, consider freezing or locking your credit reports. This will make it harder for someone else to open new accounts in your name or take out loans using your identity.

If you’ve been scammed by a romantic partner and want to see if they are active elsewhere online, you can search for their username or email address on sites like Social Catfish, Github and WhoIsHostingThis?

Let your banking institution know what happened.

If you’ve been scammed, the first step is to contact your bank. Tell them about the scam and the money that was lost. Let them know that you want to cancel your card(s) immediately.

Tell the bank that it’s possible that more than one person has access to your account so they should be careful when making transactions. You may also want to notify them of any other accounts or credit cards connected with this incident so they can take appropriate measures in those situations as well.

You should also file a police report with local authorities; this will help law enforcement agencies keep track of reports of romance scams in their area and potentially identify patterns or trends in how these scams work, who’s targeted by them, etc., which could lead investigators toward finding those responsible for perpetuating scams like this across states lines or international borders (which would become harder if there were no paper trail).

Contact the dating website or social network site where you met the scammer.

The next step is to contact the dating site or social network where you met the scammer. The site may be able to help you recover your money and prevent the scammer from contacting you again.

Here’s an example of what one victim wrote to a dating website: “I am very upset because my account has been hacked by someone claiming they are me, but they are not me at all… I have lost everything as well as my confidence in online dating now! Please help me before I lose any more money!”

Report the fraud to your local police department.

If you’ve been a victim of romance fraud, you can report the scam to your local police department. The process will depend on where you live, but generally speaking, it involves filling out an official form that includes basic information about your case and how much money was lost.

Once this is done, a detective or investigator will be assigned to look into the matter. For example: they may want to get in touch with your scammer and ask them questions about how they defrauded you in order to build a criminal case against them; or they may need more information from you about their methods of operation (for example: did they use any particular email address? Which country are they based in).

The whole process could take months or even years before there’s enough evidence for prosecution—and depending on where exactly this happened (in some countries), it might not ever happen at all! If that’s the case though and justice isn’t forthcoming from local authorities because of lackadaisical laws regarding online crimes like these ones committed by scammers overseas then contact both local newspapers as well as national publications like The Guardian newspaper which has done fantastic work exposing scams like these over recent years.”

It is possible to recover money from romance scams

It is possible to recover money from romance scams. However, there is no guarantee that the scammers will return your money. They may not even have access to it themselves and therefore cannot give it back to you. If they do have access, they may be unwilling or unable to return the funds because of personal circumstances like drug addiction or mental illness. In some cases, however unlikely, scammers have actually been known to pay back their victims in full!


We hope this article has given you some insight into how to recover money from romance scams. However, there is no substitute for learning from personal experience and making sure that you don’t get scammed again. You can do this by following the tips we’ve given in this post. If you feel like your case deserves special consideration, then contact us and let us know! We may be able to help recover some of your lost funds or offer advice on what else could be done about it.

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