SPF Continues Its Crime Prevention Pun; This One Asks You to Have Love Letters Instead

The SPF has been on roll lately, what with their meme-worthy posts that were well received by netizens.

Now, their latest FB post isn’t really a meme but it is definitely tongue in cheek while still shining light on a serious issue.

I am talking about scammers and each of them has their own modus operandi but you know what is the worst kind?

The ones who toy with your heart…

I am talking about love scams.

Since it is the CNY season and Valentine’s Day, they decided to use love letters to tie in with their PSA and also reminding us that the money spent on love scams can be used to buy love letters which are real love at the end of the day.

The caption read: ” Close to $37 million was lost to Internet Love Scams in 2017. That’s worth 1.85 million bottles of love letters. Do not get trapped in the scammers’ jar of hearts and get your wallet torn apart. Be careful of who you date and munch on the love letters this Lunar New Year instead.”

Netizens were once again tickled by the pun

The post was up four hours ago and it already garnered over 50 shares and 100 reactions as of writing time.

Image: SPF Facebook
Image: SPF Facebook

Love scams

According to  Scam Alert, internet love scam is one of the top 5 scams in Dec 2017, at a jarring third position.

The victims are normally stuck in a bubble of infatuation to someone who they have probably not met.

These scammers would lure innocent people through social apps and they would use their “charm” to trick you into transferring the cash.

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The moment the transfer is done, they will simply disappear from the face of the earth.

So, don’t fall prey to these lustful money-hungry scammers coz at the end of the day all you need is a box of love letters to feel complete.

At least you didn’t fall for the worst scam in the world—friendzoned— like this guy:

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