Dating scam black list
Dating scam black list - spoke with the agent ticket updating
You get a consistent number of winks and emails all at the same time of day and even the letters sound the same.
Only one woman was able to talk by skype and I have the feeling she is one of the web site staff or owners since after talking for a short time became very blunt, uninterested and turned of the cam and stopped talking.
The problem are the women, very nice when you pay for letters and when you write them using personal email, few emails later they vanish.
I assume fake profiles are about the 70% of them None of the woman are able to connect by email and all use the same excuses.
If you do not see the name or the pictures of the person in question on the black lists, do not assume that it is "safe" to send money to that person.
Scammers change their names and pictures as soon as they learn that those pictures appeared on the black lists.
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