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If an online friend offers you a stock tip, a business investment, or any other route to easy money, be suspicious. If not, why would you trust someone you've only met online?
The person behind the picture might not even be who you think.
After you've exchanged a few messages, she begins to spin a story of illness in her family or a disaster on her farm. There might be four or five other people sending cash for her sister's operation and she doesn't even have a sister.
Men have used similar scams to trick online daters out of their money.
A "mail order bride" is supposedly a beautiful young woman from a poor country, who is willing to marry an American or European man in exchange for citizenship and a chance at a better life.
Web sites promise to introduce users to friendly, sexy women from Russia, the Ukraine, Southeast Asia, or other faraway places.Before you write, be aware of these international dating scams.It's usually a beautiful woman, often from a developing country. In the glow of a new romance, you think you'll be the savior who helps her out. Women in some regions make money scamming wealthier men.Others try to post saying that [name of scammer] is not a scammer, or they threaten me with voodoo or black magic if I don't remove the posts that reference them. His daughter was in a photo with him & had long blonde hair.I believe I screen most/all of the scammer posts before they appear in order to keep this a safe place for victims to communicate - anonymously if they wish. As his texts became longer it was evident he had broken English.Maybe you're curious about the person's country or culture.