Step #2: Mass message members with pre-written copy of message.Step #3: In the message, the scammer normally shows interests in the victim's profile and asks if the victim wants to know more about the scammer.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money. These messages are sent to both: males and females, all ages, all locations, with pictures and without.Have you ever got messages from the young "girls" (20-25 yo) claiming to be bisexual, from "newyork" or "alabama", with pictureless profile, or with flowers instead of a picture, saying something like: "dear, I saw your profile today on site XXX and became interested in you? Females usually get mad and respond "hey, I am not a lesbian", but unfortunately men occasionally get suckered.I don't have any relatives now whom I can go to as all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war. Jude Mathew who is the pastor of (Christ De Saviour Mission) here in the camp,he has been very nice to me since I came here but I am not living with him rather I live in the female's hostel because the camp has two hostels one for men the other for women.Whatever you do, do not send her money, and stop all communication with her.
The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.
The money extracted from victims in North America, Europe and Australia translates to huge fortunes for the scammers who are willing to put weeks or months of work into getting a good payout. Many scammers are well educated and all are heartless so read on for common African online dating scams and protect yourself. You might be interacting with a man, say, "William Jones" from USA/ UK/ Australia/ Canada or some other Western country.
After some time, "William" has to travel to Nigeria or Ghana for some reason e.g.
It starts as a romance scam, meaning they contact people on the dating sites and talk about relationship, even send some pictures of black girls in email, but after the first contact the scam turns into 419: "I am a poor girl presently in a refugee camp in Senegal, but inherited millions from my late father, and need help transferring them to your country.
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