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When today's seniors were young adults, social media didn't exist and the content on major media outlets was tightly controlled by editors and directors.
It was relatively easy to call someone at the local TV station or newspaper and get a response to a complaint about a news story or an advertisement.
Google has a news page that is totally assembled by an algorithm (and looks like it).
Reddit recently ousted its CEO for, among other things, trying to crack down on harassment and racist posts. The people who used to be regarded as cranks now get virtual badges for frequent postings. In this atmosphere, where sites are flooded with thousands of submissions a day, it is impossible for anyone to read and review each submission in advance.
Is there anything consumers can do to avoid being brutally scammed by online charlatans?
I am still working as a church secretary and I am to the point I need to stop working and I have no way to survive because of these criminals from that web site.
Filters that look for specific words may snag a few but many of these emails will go unread.
Likewise, complaints to police departments accomplish little since local law enforcement agencies lack the resources to go after bandits operating outside their jurisdiction and, in many cases, outside the country."I sent them names of the contacts at the banks I sent the money through hoping they would be interested in at least nabbing some of the people in the rings in this country," one 70-year-old dating scam victim told us. They said they get several calls a day about this kind of thing just in my city of 100,000."Many scammed consumers think the law will make them whole."My question to you is: Can you please recommend an attorney that would help me recover my losses because of this crime?
Many victims waste a lot of time trying to track down the miscreant themselves.
It's almost impossible to do, of course, and trying to "out" the con artist is equally difficult since they can simply change their user name, swipe someone else's photo and be back in business in no time.