Healing From Being Scammed - For Advocates, Law Enforcement, and Other Supportive Roles

Learn how to best support a person who was scammed when you are in a professional supportive role

  1. Introduction

  2. The Effects on a Person When They Have Been Scammed

  3. Ways to Respond to and Support a Person Who Has Been Scammed

  4. Reasons Anyone Can Be Scammed - Influence, Persuasion, and Vulnerabilities

  5. When The Person Doesn't Accept This Is A Scam

  6. You're Done!

For Those in Professional Supportive Roles

  • $56.00
  • 43 lessons
  • 3 hours of video content

Provide Effective Support Now for a Person Who Was Scammed

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What You Will Learn

Being scammed can be devastating to a person, and can overwhelm someone in a supportive role, too. Learn how to provide the most effective support for this person and their family.

  • Learn about the various effects on a person when they have been scammed, to be prepared and also to help the person understand what is happening to them.

  • Learn how to respond in the most effective ways.

  • Learn the tactics that scammers use - understanding how easy it is to be scammed will help both you and your loved one through this process.

  • You may also be contacted by a family member or friend of someone who has been scammed, and told that the person does not want to accept they are involved with a scammer. Learn ways to respond and support them, and hopefully get the person away from the criminal as soon as possible.

  • Professional supportive roles may include not only advocates and law enforcement, but also fraud departments, non-profit organizations involved with helping people avoid getting scammed, doctors and healers, and more.