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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2011 03:52

like it girl you are a step ahead keep your eyes open and you will see them coming they make it obvious dont they.



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2011 03:49

vayager 54 let me correct you a little bit it is not every African who are here to scam although most of them are.How can someone in tanzania or some part of Africa send you an email saying they want to know you better yet they cannot afford to be a Gold member on here that is an alarm for a scammer.I wouldnt think its kindness sending money to people they have never seen I cannot believe people do it.



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2011 00:16

smax,Hope you don't mind,just trying to get the word out.EVERYBODY should go to this site and learn about scammers and how to defend yourself.Scambaiter can give you ideas on how to attack.GOOD LUCK WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP? In August 2008 I was asked to become the new administrator of romancescam.com Right now we're trying to get as much of the public educated on romance scams as we can. We're doing this by asking people to email a letter we prepared to as many media outlets as possible. I'm going to make the same request here. Please, copy the letter below and email it to everyone. Send it to newspapers, local TV stations, magazines, organisations, everyone you think may benefit from it. Thank you in advance. They're perfect. In fact, they're someone you could see yourself spending the rest of your life with. A decent person with a good job or business in search of a good, honest partner to settle down with. You or someone you know may be dating this person online right now. However, be warned. Things aren't what they appear to be. In reality you're talking to a criminal sitting in a cybercafe with a well rehearsed script he's used many times before. He's hunting through chat rooms, dating sites and social networking sites searching for victims, looking to cash in on romance. If you are over 40, recently divorced, a widow, elderly or disabled then all the better in his eyes. Scammers are adept at psychological profiling, and use any weakness they find to their advantage. It's the newest evolution of the Nigerian advance fee (419) scam. Instead of sending spam letters that promise millions for your assistance, these scammers are targeting single men and women who are searching for love online. They use psychological tricks to lure their victims in, use poetry and even gifts to get them under their spell, then once you are there, will try to reach for your wallet, all the time declaring their "undying love" for you. The scam may take the form of asking you to cash a cheque for them through your bank account because they are "out of the country" and unable to cash it themselves, or they may come right out and ask you to send money to help them out of a fabricated "financial difficulty" they claim to be experiencing. These are all lies used to try to make them easy money from an unsuspecting victim. The sad truth is, for every real profile you see on the internet, there are numerous false ones pretending to be your perfect mate and using photographs stolen from modelling or social networking sites. The people in the photographs are as much victims as the people who get scammed for hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars. Internet romance scams and other related crimes are very real, and they are affecting -- even ruining -- lives throughout the world. The best weapon against this crime is education. The more people that are educated in the ways the scams work, the harder it is for the scammers to make money and the more scammers that can be put out of business. Romancescam.com was formed in 2005, originally as a site to add the details of any scammers who tried to join the datingnmore.com dating site. As the list grew, more sections were added to make the site what it is today - the largest and most influential online resource against romance scammers from around the world. It has gained media attention worldwide, and has been featured on an episode of the Oprah show. Today's romancescam.com is much more than simply a list. It features a forum with over 17000 registered users and more than 60,000 articles posted by it's ever growing membership. It also houses an impressive album of photographs used by romance scammers. You can take a test to see what the likelihood is that the person you're talking to is a scammer. There's a blog with the details of scammers that were removed from datingnmore, currently featuring around 5000 fake dating profiles that were added in less than 2 years. The latest addition to the romancescam family is scamdigger.com, where you can upload the photographs sent to you by a scammer and let it search not only romancescam's image database, but also those of several other sites. This features a database of over 80,000 photos and is added to on a regular basis. We invite you to visit romancescam.com to learn more about this vicious crime and how you can protect yourselves and your loved ones from being victimized. Should you require more information, please don't hesitate to contact us. You can email wayne@romancescam.com

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Posted on Fri, Sep 30, 2011 15:11

youare so right look after scammers on these sites



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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2011 20:08

Quoting Hoping4Love2000:

Well everyone who reads these blogs should know I speak my mind and tell it it like it is... SO HERE GOES!! If a woman is stupid enough to sell a car and send some man she has never met before $3000.00 .. she warranted learning a lesson.... Perhaps now.. she won't be as naive as she has obviously been in the past... LADIES: If you have ever fallen for crap like this.. You need to seriously RE-EVALUATE your decision making in the men you choose... I am not trying to sound "harsh", and certainly not uncaring...... but $3000.00 is a small amount in learning this valuable lesson NOW.. This serious, but VERY AVOIDABLE lesson may have saved her LIFE in the future!! Scammers of money is not the only way a woman can be hurt on these sites or in day to day life!!!... MAKE SAFE CHOICES LADIES!!! And on the reverse note to the MEN::: Watch out for women who try to scam YOU by giving you bogus stories that seem too incredible to believe so you feel sorry for them and send them money... I'm just sayin.... SORRY TO SEEM SO "HARD CORE" ON THIS.. BUT THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR IS THE LEAST OF A PERSON'S WORRIES HERE...


Hoping, my friend, I wish I could send this to you privately. But since I am no longer a paying member, I can't. I have to use the public forums. You've established yourself here some many weeks ago. We all know you now. We've got your number. TIME TO STOP APOLOGIZING FOR YOURSELF!!! I really like your blogs, Hoping, they are terrific. But I'm growing very weary of your apologies for who and what you are. Time to cut that nonsense out. STOP APOLOGIZING! Just give us your thoughts. Many of us, for sure, are always anxious to hear those thoughts. But we no longer need to hear the "excuses/apologies" for your posting them. JUST DO IT!!!!!!! You're a smart lady, with a lot of smart things to say. Just say them and leave off that extraneous crap about how we should all know how well you speak your mind. WE DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Okay? Just want to hear your thoughts without apologies for them. You have no need to apologize for ANYTHING you say.


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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2011 11:36

Hello Dakota35.. This is Evelyn7 Thanks for the saying that and you are Right too. There are Men and Women Scammer's and we all have to be Wise and Careful. Always Verify and Search and Google it This keep's you wise and safe. GooddessLove2000? I Like what you said, Just call 1-800-who cares, Scammer... Smax117.. Thanks what a Knowledgeable Blog you sent to us and we all just want to say Thanks to you? and god bless you. allyours777 and Hoping4Love2000 This is Evely7 Please Pray with me for the naive and weak minded people who fall in the net's and traps of the enemies. Thanks and Be Blessed


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Posted on Wed, Sep 28, 2011 09:58

Good Morning Smarx117.. You are Right, and there are so many out there with Trick, Lies,decietfulness, Games and more. There are those in the world who say that they are millionaires when really aren't one. I myself would Love to have a Millionaire in my Life or a Man with Benefits to contact me, who is real, Serious and Legit. No Games and who is not afraid to go after what he want's But I tell my friend it's hard because there are so Many who Lie and is Dishonest. You Just don't know what to do or think anymore, for sure you have to be wise and be careful at all Cost? and Pray.. Be Blessed evelyn7


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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 18:53

oh , Smax , may I add that these scammers will send pictures, but not theirs. Will even send pictures of children. Nice pictures. I had 2 scammers contact me recently (seems like scammers are the only one contacting me ;) )and you are right, they want you to go to yahoo right away and continue IM there. Exactly what you said, that's how they do it. The last one said he lost his contract and lost a lot of money. I knew after that he was gonna ask me for money.... and he did! He was not picky... he only needs whatever I can afford!! Of course I did not give him money. Told him he should be ashamed of himself. The last scammer's name is ronaldloveuu He is still on my yahoo, I don't know if I should delete him or I can get more info from yahoo


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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 16:22

yes so very true never give money to people on any of these sites.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 15:53

AND DON'T THINK BECAUSE THEY INVITE YOU TO CHAT WITH THEIR SISTER..  SON ..   EX WIFE HERE IN THE US THAT THEYRE LEGIT!!   tHEY HAVE DUMMY NUMBERS FORWARDING YOU TO THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS WHO VERITY THEIR STORIES!!  THEY ALSO HAVE DUMMY WORK SITES SET UP..   WITH PICTURES EVEN!!  THEY HAVE FAMILY PHOTOS..  ETC!    THIS IS A BUSINESS AND THEY ARE WELL FUNDED! 

WHENVER I HAVE A QUESTION I ALWAYS ASK MMCOUNSELOR TO CHECK THE PERSON OUT..   SHE HAS HER WAYS!!



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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 11:38

alana55,Please feel free to post and spread the word.Encourage others to scam the scammers.Milk them on about selling your home soon and all the money you'll have then.Tell them ANYTHING so they spend their time with you.Romance Scam is a collection of many independent scam buster sites.It is the most informed site I've found and NEEDS TO BE SHARED with others.Winter will soon be here and I look forward to "falling in love" yet again [gets boring here sometimes,lol]Good Luck everyone.Like smax says, No millionaire needs your money!! They have millionaire friends! They have banks that work closely with them. NEVER SEND MONEY!!!!!


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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 07:15

Smax, thanks for the warning (not that some of us need it!).  Twice I have gotten the same email from my old French teacher saying that he was in London and lost his...whatever!  and of course he couldn't reach his family or lost his cc or whatever and could I wire about oh, 5000 thru Western Union!  The first clue, of course, is that he couldn't even be bothered to address me by name!

 

Dear Scammers:

We're sorry that you lost your passport and your airline ticket and your credit card and your wallet and your pants and your dog and that your wife just died of cancer and that your baby's momma/daddy ran off and left you and the cat and you can't find your way to the nearest police station, Traveler's Aid, Consulate, Red Cross or ambassador and that I am the only friend you have left!  Please call this number and get a life!!! 1-800-WHO-CARES.  Oh, and have a nice day!



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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2011 06:52

Quoting fishyme:

smax,It's called Romance Scam and you can find it if you add a dot com.EVERYONE should go there and get educated on romance scams.It teaches you who they are and how they work.America alone is close to 1 BILLION dollors a year getting scammed.There are pictures of hunderds of scammers who have been caught and compares them to the one we "fall in love" with. They belive that the more you scam a scammer the less time they can hunt others.I was almost scammed once,this site saved my butt and recently several thousand for a friend.Where's that Brittany chick?Every winter for the last few years I would "fall in love".When they mention the 10 digit Western Union code its fish on baby."did I say 9,I ment 6","are you sure you wrote it down right"."my love I'm sorry it has been a few days sence our last chat,I was in a car wreck,ect"scam the scammers,make them run around in circles,but Romance Scam at that com place is where to start.Get educated and pass it on to everyone.


Great information fishyme. I hope will be ok with you to add this at my blog "How to spot a fake". I am hoping that the more we can spread advices like this the easier will be to spot all kind of fakes, scammers and so on. Or at least warn each others.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 24, 2011 14:30

Damn! This is soooo shocking! How could she sell her car and send her cash to someone she has never met? I get these e-mails on a daily basis. I just delete them. Once in awhile, particularly when they tell of stories like them dying of cancer etc and using the name of God or Jesus, I blast them off with some pretty strong responses. I have also warned some that I would put Interpol on their trail (lol) and they ignorantly buy it and back off for a while. But the e-mails always resurface! It is terrible, but we just have to be a little wiser - Just like Miss MonteCarlo said, I am really surprised that people still fall for these scams - the stories are soooo redundant.


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Posted on Sat, Sep 24, 2011 01:34

smax,It's called Romance Scam and you can find it if you add a dot com.EVERYONE should go there and get educated on romance scams.It teaches you who they are and how they work.America alone is close to 1 BILLION dollors a year getting scammed.There are pictures of hunderds of scammers who have been caught and compares them to the one we "fall in love" with. They belive that the more you scam a scammer the less time they can hunt others.I was almost scammed once,this site saved my butt and recently several thousand for a friend.Where's that Brittany chick?Every winter for the last few years I would "fall in love".When they mention the 10 digit Western Union code its fish on baby."did I say 9,I ment 6","are you sure you wrote it down right"."my love I'm sorry it has been a few days sence our last chat,I was in a car wreck,ect"scam the scammers,make them run around in circles,but Romance Scam at that com place is where to start.Get educated and pass it on to everyone.


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Posted on Fri, Sep 23, 2011 21:59

Terrific blog, Smax. I hope people listen to what you have to say--and to what all the posters here have to say. Sad to say, no matter how often and how loudly we all warn folks, some of them are not going to hear a word we all say because they are so lacking in self-esteem [naivete, maybe...but mostly I think it's self-esteem/self-respect] and, therefore, they are desperate to be "saviors" because they don't feel that being just a normal friend is good enough to start a relationship. They feel they have to do something heroic just to be considered worthy of a dinner and a drink or two. Sad, sad, sad, but all too true. Enuf of that: Looking forward to your next blog. You seem to be on a roll. Good stuff indeed.


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Posted on Fri, Sep 23, 2011 13:11

Both men and women are being scammed. In fact if you do a Google search you can find websites dedicated to blacklisting scammers. You can usually search for the email address they use or phases in their email as they are using the same address and letters to scam others. They usually try to target the weak and uninformed. I've actually wasted time emailing these people back and forth making them believe I was in the process of sending money. Then I would let them know in a not so nice way that I was on to their scam from the beginning but just wasting their time. It feels so good when you get a email back cursing you, because you know you got to them. There are many forms of scams, from asking for money or goods (had a Ukraine girl ask me for a computer and it had to be new and top of the line) to a phone call that charges extreme rates, to actually getting married to get half. My advice is that the Internet is a place that is full of resources. If you believe that someone might need help but you do not know them well enough to fully trust, then utilize the resources of the Internet. To give example; Over 10 years ago I was communicating with a woman from Russia. Her birthday was coming up and she kept reminding me, so I knew she expected something. I didn't fully trust her as I know the difficulties in Russia. So after much searching (Internet) I found a American guy that had married a Russia woman who had started a small Internet dating service. One of the services he/she offered was flowers and candy delivery with photo of delivery (girl with gifts). The photo insured me that the gifts that I had purchased were delivered and that the lady was who she said she was. So I had it done. Long story short...First delivery try; her "parents" accepted the flowers and candy. They said she was gone today but would be back tomorrow. So, I sent the guy back the next day to get the photo, no photo and the guy was told not to come back. Later I get a email from this girl saying that I had caused her all kinds of trouble and that I should have wired her cash for her B'day. She no longer wanted to communicate with me...lucky me. So I thought this was the end of the story, but about 3 months later I get a email from the guy that had delivered the flower & candy. He asked if I would mind speaking to a man that had been communicating with the same girl. I agreed to speak with him. This guy had sent a few thousand dollars to this girl, then he flew over to meet her and she never showed at the airport and she was nowhere to be found. He then flew over to Kiev to meet another woman he was communicating with and the same thing happened. I basically told him that I was sorry that he got scammed but he shouldn't be an idiot. And maybe it was a expensive lesson learned. The moral of this story is DON'T BE A IDIOT!!! A wise man once said "Trust but Verify" and if you don't know who said it, Google it.


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Posted on Fri, Sep 23, 2011 13:10

Quoting smax117:

Ladies...   No millionaire traveling overseas will ever need money from you!!  This morning I just heard from my fourth female friend on here who sent money to a "millionaire" who was caught in a bind overseas..  He had worked her for 2 months..  she thought he was on his way to see her..  he even sent her an "itinerary" (it didn't even have the right date on it)   but he was caught short because of identity theft and had to get back here to the US get everything straightened out.  All he needed was $3000 for tickets.  She told him she didnt have this money on hand and he suggested she sell her car because he would buy her a new car when he got here.  She sold the car and sent the money... and never heard from him again.   She walks to work now.

Thay have said everything from being caught in hotels..  to having a shipment of gems that they need to pay a border tax on..  to Mom is dying and all my money is tied up in escrow..   They all have left MM within days of meeting you because they want to focus only on you (they were kicked off or jumped off before they were found out by MM and put on the scam list).   at the end of the day..

 

No millionaire needs your money!!  They have millionaire friends!  They have banks that work closely with them.  NEVER SEND MONEY!!!!!



Thank you for the warning!!! Some women really are naive and trusting of people. I think that speaks to the fact that they thought they fell in love or they genuinely have a trusting nature. Unfortunately, we live in a world where some people take advantage of others, therefore we must use wisdom. It always great to have vigilant men to teach us what to look for and how to conduct ourselve.  

 

Way to go, smax117: you did an AMAZING job! Thank you.



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Posted on Thu, Sep 22, 2011 19:43

Oh, geezzzz. Sad, but pathetic... I want to feel sorry for her, but I can't.


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Posted on Thu, Sep 22, 2011 14:32

One of the scammers told a friend of mine that was on another site he lost his computer and it had his tickets on it, so he needed 5k to get the mess sorted out,,she sent him the money and never heard from him again. I agree, never send any amount of money,, never !!!


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