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Instead they would tell them they have the money, and going to pay for visa/ticket themselves. However in the middle of the process she suddenly comes up 0 short, and just wants to "borrow" this amount from you.
It's easy to fall for such trick even if you are an absolutely rational guy, especially if she produces some documents, like a passport with a US visa. She does not ask for money, she says she has the visa and the money for the ticket.
You seek beauty, love, understanding, and appreciation. You might or might not be taken aback by that request. Just as everywhere else this mysterious world of foreign brides is full of its own dangers. She might tell you she needs money to pay an interpreter to translate her letters to you. She will NEVER accept any money from you until you have actually met, and your relationship has turned into something real. A scammer will of course claim she does not care about money, but we all know actions speak louder than words.
And then all of a sudden you find it all (or so you feel). In any case, you think to yourself "anything for that wondrous woman" and take out your wallet. Man becomes awfully vulnerable when it comes to love. Because her English is not enough to let her express her feelings. No honest, respectable woman will EVER ask you for money in such situation. No matter how reasonable they might seem to you, any money requests are absurd and inappropriate. You by no means are encouraged to become cynical, paranoid, or scared.
Needless to say, you won't ever see this money or her again. They go something like this: "she" tells the guy she is coming over to his country on her own and does not know anybody in the whole country except him. He is even more interested, especially because "her" picture looks so sexy :) Days go by, he is washing his car and hiring a maid to clean up the house, getting ready for the big day.
Ok, they figured you are a sucker, so why not take a ride? Keep in mind that sometimes the scammer is not actual girl, but the agency that "represents" her.Our new website is being monitored for possible scamming activity. The most common scenario is when an agency charges you for the correspondence with their ladies.We can see if a member is sending multiple messages to other members, if she is using certain keywords, etc. We also warn our members of possible scam/abuse and let members warn us if they receive a suspicious letter. It could be a monthly fee of or so, or they charge you per each letter received.A woman who is sincere, will not ask you for money.That widowed Ukrainian engineer you just met on your favorite dating website? Scam dating profiles are more likely to say they are Catholic; from Nigeria, the Ukraine or the Philippines; widowed and have a doctoral degree—among other characteristics, according to new data compiled by the dating website Seeking
These agencies they have real girls, writing real letters, the agency just collects a fee for delivering and/or translating of the correspondence. Another thing to watch out for, is when the fee comes as a surprise (i.e.