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Confronting a dating scammer

Published: 11.03.2017

I did get scammed by the Africa scam and you called it almost word for word. Romance Scams Now Editorial Team says:

Romance Scam Please report romance scams and dating scams here. NEVER confront your scammer. NEVER tell him why do you think he is a scammer.

The money you send to scammers is almost always impossible to recover and, in addition, you may feel long-lasting emotional betrayal at the hands of someone you thought loved you.

The whole experience reminded me of the countless conversations I have had with my teens about online safety. I'm glad I found this sight today, thank you very much. Stay safe in your pursuit of love after 50! I so appreciate the additional advice and information. Not by any means.

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Tune in every Tuesday from If someone chats with me on Messenger and then asks me to move to a different platform, are they scamming me? My previously faithful wife of 37 years was targeted by these creeps on Facebook and fell for one. Notify me of new posts by email. Take a look at the picture that the person is using on the profile. Local people are more likely to be genuinely looking for connection and it'll be easier to verify their intent than with someone who lives far away.

    1. Leone_Maestro - 21.03.2017 in 18:42

      If a person claims to be 40 years old, but the image on their profile is of a year-old, you have every reason to be suspicious.

      Volpe_Rossa - 24.03.2017 in 04:45

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      Daddy_Jonson - 31.03.2017 in 18:50

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