Internet dating scams asking for money
I’ve been using the Internet since 1997, way before the invention of popular social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.Since then, I’ve seen my fair share of email scams, hoaxes, and other types of cyberspace spam. Chances are, if you haven’t fallen victim to any of these scams, you’ve at least come pretty close.The subject line offers a congratulatory announcement, and may include the supposed amount of money you’ve “won.”Here are the sure signs your winnings are false: The best way to avoid the common email scam is to realize this one simple rule: If you did not enter the lottery, you will not win the lottery.
We would recommend the same due diligence checks to detect them.
I would like to warn other men about a woman, Elena Kiseleva, from Kremenchug in the Ukraine.
In February of 2000 I went to Kremenchug after corresponding with Elena for 4 months and had a great time while I was there. I started the finance process and everything was going fast and fine but then when the embassy in Warsaw got the application she started making excuses to wait, her ex-husband wanted to take the kid on holiday then the place she applied for a visa stole her money then she had to find her father that after I sent 150 dollars 3 different times through western union then she quit writing and I gave up trying to contact her but I did not give up on the idea of getting a Russian bride I just picked the wrong one so I joined and I ran across Elena's profile there and it had been there since she was writing to me her kiss number is 2676639 and she also used the name Elena Trocenko.
The main theme of the scam is that someone (be it a young women or a young men) contacts a potential victim on a dating site, quickly involves the potential victim into romantic online-relationship, and then asks the potential victim for financial assistance with arranging a person meeting.
The scammers make money by asking for: Very often, the Travel scammers use falsified visas, passports, tickets, and other documents to create an appearance of legitimate travel arrangements Thousands of foreigners already became a victim of this scam.