Avoid dating scams
These scammers usually look for unsuspecting and confused looking foreigners.If you appear confident and sure of yourself, they will most likely leave you alone.You only read great things about the country, never the bad.You kick yourself and curse out loud, attracting many spectators that look at you as if you’ve just checked out of a mental asylum.Even if you’re not that 100% sure that the person you are talking to is a scammer or not, it’s best for you to stop talking to them once you felt like they are trying to scam you. Just when you thought that you could leave all of your troubles behind and relax on your trip, out of nowhere trouble strikes.A similar scam exists in Italy where guys from Africa try to put a friendship bracelet on you, only to later ask you for an exorbitant amount of money.
I know It’s hard to determine if a member is real just by his or her name and photo, but if he or she starts asking money there’s a 99% chance that he/she is trying to scam you.
Scams from female profiles often target members 15-40 years their senior; scams from male profiles tend to target women 50 If you ever met a dating site or app member that is trying to ask you for money or who is trying to blackmail you, block them immediately from your contacts.
Report his/her profile to the dating site or app where you met him/her, that way they can investigate on that account and the dating site moderators will be the one to decide if the account is a real person or not.
It should be obvious that people go to “dating” sites to find a “date” not money.
This article is regularly updated by Dating Security Advisor experts to keep you informed with and for you to avoid the newest kinds of online dating scams.It’s very easy to determine if a dating site member is real or not, most dating site members nowadays are using a fake name and photo to attract their potential victim’s emotion and scam them.