Scammer Photos

Stolen & the Real Scammer Photos Presented by SCARS

The scammer photos that appear on this website have been reported to SCARS by victims as evidence of cybercrime and as part of an ongoing study into the selection of stolen images & identities chosen by scammers

SCARS Scammer Photos – Stolen And Real Photos Used By Scammers 2023

Welcome to an Official Scammer Photos website by the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc.

Scammer Photos are displayed to alert potential victims of their use by scammers impersonating real people.

These are stolen & real scammer photos and are shown as evidence of crimes

We also present the scammer photos of real (reported or arrested) scammers for use by law enforcement around the world from the SCARS|CDN™ Cybercrime Data Network.™

Dear Scammers …
The Internet Never Forgets! And Neither Do We!
Eventually, Your Scammer Photos Will Appear Here!

Our Scammer Photos Galleries Are Constantly Expanding, Come Back Often

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Images are displayed in the original size when reported

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Names are mostly meaningless because there are literally more than a billion fake profiles and fake names on Facebook alone. No one has a magic book that contains the names of all fake profiles.

If you suspect you are talking to a scammer then stop & block them. If you lost money then report it to your local police! Do not confront them – just leave them never knowing what happened, this is for your own safety.

If you sent money to a scammer visit to learn how best to report them.

SCAMMER PHOTOS LEGAL NOTICE: The photos on this website are presented as evidence of crimes committed by cyber-enabled criminals engaging in financial fraud. The stolen images are not the criminals but the identities they impersonate. The real pictures are grouped as alleged criminals pending arrest or those that have been arrested and or convicted. Images are displayed under the FAIR USE provision of U.S. and International Copyright law & conventions as evidence of crimes and as a part of a scholarly work studying criminal preferencing in their choice of stolen photos & identities. Learn more about SCARS Research at

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Scam Victim Warning

Do not try to contact the person in the stolen images – the people pictured in these photos already know their photos are being used and that their identities have been stolen – they are impersonation victims – please do not cyberstalk them and invade their privacy – they are also victims! Leave them and their families alone!

New Victims

If you are a new victim of a scam please visit to learn about what you should do now.