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I can agree to this. I think if you are spending long hours talking to the one you bait, this could be more of a waste of your time than theirs.I am not a scambaiter, I am more like a scamhunter, or scamcatcher. I was always opposed to baiting the same scammer for months, talking to him on YIM for hours, as I believe all these lengthy Yahoo chats waste more time of a baiter than of a scammer. Every scammer has infinity of other IDs and victims, and your chats will not distract him much. Maybe just amuse you, but not of a much help for others. Instead, I was always encouraging people to hunt scammers profiles on the sites - catch as many as you can. You catch a scammer, got his details (picture, email. IP), post it - and move on. Post as many as you can, instead of wasting your time on the same scammer.
This is what was always different between Romancescam and other baiting sites like Eater, etc.. The approach to baiting was always different.
I know some will disagree, but don't try to convince me. LOL I was like that since day one of Romancescam.
I am looking for support and to help. I dont see it helping to lower myself to their level. I am hurt, deeply and yed the thought of giving the the hurt back ten fold has crossed my mind, but knowing im not alone in this makes me feel a little less humbled,Just curious about this. I know some were victims turned scam baiters, others just despise these scums of the earth and therefore scam bait them. Others are victims just looking to share their stories, support each other, and file the complaint in hopes to save some one else from it.
Which are you?
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