Don't "mind your own business" then have to live with the guilt
Most of us at one time or another have seen our friends doing something that could get
them into trouble but we tell ourselves "it's none of my business" or "they won't listen
to me". There is also a saying that goes "you don't know unless you try". Wouldn't you
rather try to warn someone and be able to say "at least I tried" instead of doing nothing
and ending up thinking "I could have done something".
Most of the time when someone is scammed, they lose money, are angry and hurt emotionally
but they do get over it, learn from it and move on. But there have been those who have been
scammed to the point that they lost everything they worked for or the emotional damage was
so great, they ended up committing suicide. One important question: How many people saw
what was going on but decided to "mind their own business".
We will say it again, if you think one of your friends is dealing with a
scammer, tell them. If they don't want to listen or you don't want to get involved, please
tell us and we will tell them.