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How to Find a Dating Scam Out?

| Anti-Scam Tips | April 14, 2012

Everybody lies! This phrase has become a cliché, but it is true. Internet is overflowed with liars, cheaters, frauds, as well as the real life. But we cannot imagine our lives without the Internet. And the knowledge that you can meet relationship scams at online dating sites shouldn’t make you lose heart and stop your searches for the perfect mail order bride.

First of all, you look at the photos when browsing the profiles of beautiful women. However photos can be fake or stolen, so you can ask your online date to send you some recent pictures to make sure she is real.

Ask your sweet girlfriend questions about her life, family, work, native city, etc. Dating scammers avoid direct questions and don’t reveal contact information (accept fake e-mail addresses).

Suggest visiting her in order to arrange a real life date. If she doesn’t accept your proposition and, even on the contrary, ask you for money to travel to you, so you can be absolutely sure that she is a romance scam.

All the secrets always become obvious. You shouldn’t fall into despair. Follow these pieces of advice and you will be protected from relationships scammers.



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8 Responses to “How to Find a Dating Scam Out?”

  1. Gary Gruber on January 7, 2018 @ 4:37 pm

    Anyone recognize this guy?


  2. Joelen Rhoades on December 28, 2016 @ 7:15 pm

    Obviously none of you are getting the point here. You keep listing scammers names like they used their real name. No one is going to have heard of your scammer because THAT IS NOT THEIR REAL NAME!!! After they are done with you, they move on and change their name, freshen up their story a little and try a different tack. They WILL, however, use the same lines. Try posting a repeated phrase. One of my guys for instance, used this phrase 3 times in one text thread: “I am very relationship oriented and I believe life is too short to waste. When I am in a relationship I am committed, honest, and loyal. I think that falling in love is always a good thing, even if it doesn’t work out.”
    My guy, who called himself Johnson Purple, has used that line many times on many different dating sites. He is very good at what he does. Right now his language is becoming more sexual in nature so I assume he will be trying to run a sexual scam on me. Too bad I’m pulling the plug on him this afternoon. LOL!!!


  3. Has anyone ever chatted to Jonas Sullivan, from the us army


  4. Watch out for William Seeman. Claims to be from Red Bluff, Ca. He is a con man. Used on dating site Stormisover O69. He used williseeman136@netzero.net and williseeman@yahoo.com. Claims to have family in Ireland.


  5. There line is I run a import business . Live in Fullerton Ca in home alone because my parents died in car crash. I’m in Nigeria buying products but the shipping cost more then I planned could I borrow 945 dollars to help me get my product home When I stated no I have never meet you the other side stated the you promised you are a good person and would help me in time of need. Again told the other side never meet her so could not wire her money Told her not discuss money with me again. The email stopped So people no money unless you meet that person and know them


  6. hi new man or new name, so called soldier, charles lingo, , after a day he is in love, then wants help fro cash, then gets a young boy to call you for help and many more… he is now on facebook, charles lingo, he is in ghana,not texasi have pictures of him,n his emails are cute, but whn you get replies from another so called person or diplomate, then teh emails sound the same as there is just one person emailing you..,.,.


  7. Ever heard of Scott Heather
    writes love letter like it is 1907


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