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I’ve been ripped off by a fellow Punjabi in a business deal.  I know I’m to blame as well as I trusted this person when I shouldn’t have.  I don’t even care about the money even though the damage done is close to 6 figures, but am feeling really bad about how I’ve been treated.  I thought I could trust this person but he just saw me as an easy target and dollar signs.  My family members are telling me to forgive and move on but I’m finding this really hard to do as I think about it all day. Any suggestions on how I can move on? 

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3 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

I’ve been ripped off by a fellow Punjabi in a business deal.  I know I’m to blame as well as I trusted this person when I shouldn’t have.  I don’t even care about the money even though the damage done is close to 6 figures, but am feeling really bad about how I’ve been treated.  I thought I could trust this person but he just saw me as an easy target and dollar signs.  My family members are telling me to forgive and move on but I’m finding this really hard to do as I think about it all day. Any suggestions on how I can move on? 

The best thing would be to start a new buisness, make that guy your motivation that you'd want to reach that lvl again.. Get busy ..

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7 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

I’ve been ripped off by a fellow Punjabi in a business deal.  I know I’m to blame as well as I trusted this person when I shouldn’t have.  I don’t even care about the money even though the damage done is close to 6 figures, but am feeling really bad about how I’ve been treated.  I thought I could trust this person but he just saw me as an easy target and dollar signs.  My family members are telling me to forgive and move on but I’m finding this really hard to do as I think about it all day. Any suggestions on how I can move on? 

Money pays your bills, puts food on your table and a roof over your head. If you "don’t even care about the money even though the damage done is close to 6 figures" then what the hell are you getting so worked up about ? If your feelings are so easily bruised through issues of mistrust then I would suggest that 'business' is perhaps not the right career for you and you should perhaps look at alternative careers where your delicate sensibilities can be given more protection.

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Even if you move on the pain/ thoughts n memories will be there. You could open another Biz I suppose.

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Get help from doctor for counselling antidepressiants as it looks like ptsd depression developing

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Guest Call the cops

1. Report it to the Police and work to recover the money

2. Make it your target to do daswand of an amount greater than you lost

3. Take out a civil suit against the offender

4. Start a new business with the sole target of using 90% profits to help the poor

5. Name and shame the crook so he doesn't do it to someone else

 

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Looks like the money is burnt.Won't come back no matter what.But the pain and feeling of being betrayed is going to follow you forever.It's normal.Everyone who ever got conned feels it.

Either you can let it go and carry on with your life...of if you have more money,you can always hire someone or a group in Punjab to speed up the karmic process for the chap that duped you.

You mentioned 6 figures.May I ask in what currency?

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On 12/14/2018 at 2:27 AM, Guest Singh said:

I’ve been ripped off by a fellow Punjabi in a business deal.  I know I’m to blame as well as I trusted this person when I shouldn’t have.  I don’t even care about the money even though the damage done is close to 6 figures, but am feeling really bad about how I’ve been treated.  I thought I could trust this person but he just saw me as an easy target and dollar signs.  My family members are telling me to forgive and move on but I’m finding this really hard to do as I think about it all day. Any suggestions on how I can move on? 

Learn about sociopaths and make sure another one doesn't con you like this. 

I bet you this guy was really charming and gave off an air of integrity and friendship. That's what they are good at. Their abilities enable them to make split second decisions regarding people, who they set up for long cons. 

When you meet people like this it makes you contemplate your own naivety.  

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