Money scams on dating sites

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We both agreed on this I just played the game, because I wanted to know if it’s real what they (incl. Can’t believe that someone can be so greedy, but at the end, she told me that it was a test…whatever actually I test her and due to a planned trip to the islands, I knew that is only possible with her parents, because she isn’t 18 or 19 like she said before, but only 17 years old.When Candace first met Eric on an online dating site, he seemed like a dream come true.After a rough divorce the year before, she was thrilled to meet a man who shared her religion, interests, and love of children and animals.Amongst the most common scams, unauthorised use of the internet user’s image and privacy are the ones that have been most frequently reported.Indeed, some confidence tricksters go so far as to adopt your image for commercial purposes, making money off your back. I met a 17 year old thai, but she was 18/19 according the dating site (Thaifriendly .com).Her name is Areerat Rinla (nickname: ‘042areeea’) lives in Khon Kaen, what she want is money through a marriage, because she will pretend to never had a relationship before and is still virgin.

So, just be careful, and promptly suggest a first encounter in order to immediately sift out the confidence tricksters.In spite of the above situations, ninety percent of those who register on dating websites are as honest as you are, so there is no reason not to attempt the adventure, no reason to become paranoid about scams.Following some simple rules can prevent you from falling into the clutches of con artists.Finally, whoever shares financial problems with you and promptly asks you to help is definitely not a victim, rather this is a crook who is trying to coax and cajole you.On dating sites, you have to exercise judgement and not be naive.

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