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The goal of the criminal(s) perpetrating the crime is to get the victim to send them funds, which they claim are for a wide range of necessities such as travel, medical care, or a business opportunity.
The fraudster, who is often located internationally but portrays themselves as American, will contact the victim through social media networks, online forums, or dating sites.
You can say, you lost them and would like to have them again. This is the first thing that can make you recognize a scammer.
If she uses pics of other people and sends bunches of letters to different guys, she may get confused and send you pics of a different person. First letters can be neutral, but the further it goes the more specific the letters become.
If she is a simple teacher with a minimal income and meanwhile she sends you something, that looks good enough to be published on the cover of the magazine, ask yourself where these pics come from. maybe made by a professional photographer, but not top-model like.
This means that they have seen your profile and would like for you to email them..." Now getting such an email might be a big thrill and you might think "great, this person likes me...", but stop and think for a moment...
Some of the most common reasons “angles” include: Whatever the situation, the scammer asks the victim for money or requests for them to send traveler’s checks, money orders, or some other financial item to negotiate.
They instruct the victim to wire the funds to a third party such as a doctor, or hotel manager.
A short while ago I found the black list, shown here.
No need saying that scammers can reach pretty much anybody, who is looking for a life partner online. Yes, you do, however you should not go too far with that.
If you are polite and ask nicely, showing interest to her and her life, "normal" woman will make it and send it to you.4.