We launch our anti-scam campaign and appeal to all people who are in the sphere of Internet dating and international marriage - Foreign men, Russian women and International marriage agencies - as we ALL suffer from scam ran by unscrupulous people.
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.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.He right away fell madly in love with me and told me how great a kisser he was. I’ll keep hunting this lowlife down and post anything I find. Same Sad Story1/5/18 Don’t trust those either and instead of a private inbox they put their opinion in the notifications right in public.
He asked for my snail address to send me a card but what I got was a dozen long stem Roses, a teddy bear and a box of Candy. Every Day I did an ip search and boy this guy traveled! I was getting bored with him so I told him I was very poor and I had nothing to offer him. I watched several You Tube Videos that actually show the real person's photo and the scammer's photo. Looks to me like there are very many of them in West Africa (Nigeria and Ghana), Russia and even the Philippines. I use to feel safe here but he was told about it and Threatened me for putting my story on here. I shut them down and these guys/gals that read Facebook are dangerous and I’ll just keep blocking but still would like to know if anyone knows of Craig Lisowski or Robin Marler Arelene.
Closer inspection on some of these sites reveals that the pictures are stock photos from modeling agencies. If you see the same glamorous picture on several sites, be suspicious.
In some cases, these lovely girls have nothing to do with the web site at all.
E-mail "phishing" schemes use official-looking messages to trick you into revealing your social security number, bank account number, and other important personal and financial information.
Dating exchanges are another way for dishonest people to get your data.
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.