Research Paper: Do You Love Me? Psychological Characteristics of Romance Scam Victims by Monica T. Whitty, Ph.D.

2020-02-04T12:24:45-05:00February 4th, 2020|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Assistance & Support Providers, For Scam Victims, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , |

Research Paper: Do You Love Me? Psychological Characteristics of Romance Scam Victims by Monica T. Whitty, Ph.D. Published in: CYBERPSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND SOCIAL NETWORKING Volume 21, Number 2, 2018 Abstract The online dating romance scam is an Advance Fee Fraud, typically conducted by international criminal groups via online dating sites and social networking sites. This [...]

Research Paper-Report: Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia

2019-07-06T09:24:10-04:00July 6th, 2019|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Scam Victims, Monographs / White Papers, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Scam Criminology, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , |

Research Paper-Report, Title: Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia Authors: Catherine Emami, Russell G Smith & Penny Jorna Date: April 5 2019 Audience: Scam Victims / General Audiences / Criminologists / Law Enforcement / Government Keywords: Fraud, Victims, Cybercrime, Victimization, Predicting Scams, Predicting Online Fraud, Australian Government,  Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia ISSN: 1836-2206 Australian Institute of Criminology [...]

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