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Posted on Thu, Sep 22, 2011 10:57

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!!!!!



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Posted on Fri, Feb 21, 2014 20:12

Oh my... seriously! Great advise. 

A



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Posted on Sat, Nov 02, 2013 00:08

These scammers are every where You can never be too careful



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Posted on Wed, Aug 14, 2013 06:29

Fully agree and met a lot no honest people online - scams.... Misserable!!!



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Posted on Thu, Jul 19, 2012 04:24

Wow, after reading all this, I should Never had signed up on here. Even though I am look g for someone who is my equal, hard working, loyal, and finically stable. I should have gone right to MATCH .LOL


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Posted on Sun, Feb 26, 2012 18:08

SO SO True !!!!!! First of all, why would anyone send money to someone you don't know. As many times as this sort of thing has been reported, people still fall for it. Why? Why? Why? I usually get upset with the woman not the crook. Because if you have only known a man for only 2-6 month or even a year, don't give him anything. I hate to read these stories and I get really pissed off because I can't believe women are that "gullible". If a man states that he is that wealthy, he can get a quick money transfer from his account. If he is not wealthy, send him to his family members for a loan. So to the women on this site, DO NOT GIVE ANYTHING, SEND ANYTHING, TRANSFER ANTHING, OR CO-SIGN FOR SOME MAN THAT YOU DON'T KNOW or HAVE NEVER SEEN. Don't accept deliveries, Don't accept money orders, nothing. I really hate this. How many times have we seen this on the news and women will not stop being duped. Ok, now I can calm down!!!!!


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Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 07:26

Wow, I'm a true believer of learning from other people's mistakes as well as my own.  That's wisdom. I remember my father told me never loan money. If you can't afford to lose it don't lend or loan.  Fine, if you want to help with your heart, but think with your head.



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Posted on Sat, Dec 10, 2011 08:18

Quoting smax117:

A couple years ago when the housing market was booming..a woman I met here told me a tale of a man who came out to visit her and threw money around like it was water...   flew her to California..   again lavish with the money..   then he "happened" to be with her when a realtor came up to him with a great deal...   buy a house she was listing which was on the market for $1 million but they could get it for $750,000...   he said he had all the deals he could handle but he encouraged her to take the deal...   she went to look at the house..  the realtor had an appraisal    etc...   anyway    there was an issue so she had to buy it from the realtor..  she bought it for the $750,000 and it was only worth $350,000..   he and the realtor split the $400,000 ..   she found out they were running this scam all over the west coast..   she ended up being foreclosed on.. and he was gone..


wow...that hurts...they work real well on the script to get that lady...my godness....


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Posted on Sat, Dec 10, 2011 08:15

wow...seriously, I don't get people who give money out so easily to someone they've never met, no money should be mentioned in a relationship...especially with Millionaires - so self-called people. The very typical scammer would be thru chat, they start to complain that they get into problems in business or something urgent come up they need some money right away, and of course you are one they turn to, to ask for....it's a no no no...


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Posted on Wed, Nov 30, 2011 16:45

You are so right! It's becoming the thing to do...trying to get money from someone with a scam! If someone wants to part with their money, maybe searching out a non-profit would make them feel better in the long run! If anyone needs a short list of good ones, email me and I'll tell you which ones are doing some great things... like InventSuccess.


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Posted on Thu, Nov 24, 2011 12:07

Voyager you are too funny!  I had a scammer from a dating site who said he was an antique dealer (very typical) who traveled to the UK with his son and he lost his wallet.  His son ate a small toy and was in the hospital and needed surgery.  The  hospital needed a deposit before treatment.  HUH?  first their medical care is socialized and second, nobody is turned away from emergency care ($3,000).  I told him to contact the U.S. Embassy and blocked the idiot. 

These parasites take their time to win the trust of their victims. They are often foreign and steal peoples profiles.  

What is nice about this site is we can report them and immediate action is taken to remove them.

 



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Posted on Thu, Nov 24, 2011 07:38

Hello,

I just read this post.  Thank you for posting this blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I hope all the ladies on here read it and take it to heart. 

I met a man on line and we talked for several months.  He was supposidly an Engineer.  When we were suppose to meet (of course I had already bought the tickets and didn't get insurance) he suddenly had to go to Africa on business.  Of course he did ?? Things were already not adding up by this time but I was giving him the benefit of the doubt.  I lost my airfair money needless to say.   So we continued to correspond, usually at night by gmail chat.  He also called me some times.  I did a lot of research on him and could never find him or anything about him anywhere on the internet.  I researched his phone numbers that he gave me and they were pay as you go phones, ha.  Why would a man who had his own business and had an education use a pay as you go phone??????   Only because he was not who he said he was.  

GIRLS READ CAREFULLY!!!!!!  I did my home work, but still gave him the benefit of the doubt.  He called me from Africa and said he had signed a Travelers Check but it wouldn't cash for a week and need some cash to pay his hotel bill and some other things.  Well I don't know about you girls, but in my experience in traveling You always have credit cards or cash.  Even he is not that dumb, REALLY.    I knew he was a scammer, CONFIRMED.  He asked for money and told him that my mother didn't raise a fool.  I didn't know him, only via chat and phone conversations, that we had not met yet.  He got very up set and tried to convince me to send it and that he would pay it back,  YEAH, RIGHT!    

DON'T SEND MONEY TO SOMEONE YOU HAVEN'T MET YET AND HAVEN'T DATED FOR A LONG TIME.  USE YOUR BRAINS.   I HEAR GUYS HAVE DONE THIS TOO.   My advice is if you can't verify someone on line and can't trace his phone number and he won't text you through his real phone, and he won't meet  with you beecause he makes every excuse to avoid meeting you, his voice doesn't match his pictures, then he is a scammer.  

I used my brains,  I did all the right things to find out who he was and they didn't add up.  I did not send him any money.  I didn loose my airfaire, so a lesson learned here is make them come to you.   Especially if all the research doesn't add up.   AND DON'T SEND MONEY IF HE CALL FROM THE AIRPORT AND SAYS HE WAS ROBBED OR LOST HIS MONEY, WALLET, ECT.....   PEOPLE WITH MONEY CALL HOME FIRST, NOT TO SOMEONE THEY HAVEN'T MET YET AQND ASK FOR MONEY.  GET THE PICTURE!!

Good luck and I hope this post helps stop future scammers. 



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Posted on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 01:40

MAKES ME WANNA RUN AND HIDE--B E REALISTIC WE ARE ALL NIEVE IN OUR OWN WAY--DEPENDS ON THE SUBJECT DONT YOU THINK??????



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Posted on Sun, Oct 09, 2011 11:25

I think it's really sad that people are so desperate to meet the person of their dreams that they project onto that person enough belief/credibility/expectation/hope (not U 'HOPE' BABES lol) that they are prepared to send money. I doubt that in other circumstances these people would do the same. And sad though it is that they have been cheated.....they do have optimism (maybe misguided and abused) but hey what is life without some optimism?


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Posted on Wed, Oct 05, 2011 07:08

Quoting MissFoxy:

HEY SMAX.. 

TRIED THAT TOO. LONG TIME AGO.., NOT IN HERE THO.. BUT NEVER SEND MONEY..,  BUT CANT BELIEVE THE WOMEN THAT DO SEND MONEY, SELL CARS, HOUSES GET LOANS AND OTHERS WITH NO GUARANTIES..  BUT YES KNOW THEY ARE GOOD THE BEST OF THEM.., 

 

GOOD THING TO POST THO ., ESPECIALLY FOR NEWCOMMERS .., 

CHEERS ., HAVE A GREAT DAY., :-D



A couple years ago when the housing market was booming..a woman I met here told me a tale of a man who came out to visit her and threw money around like it was water...   flew her to California..   again lavish with the money..   then he "happened" to be with her when a realtor came up to him with a great deal...   buy a house she was listing which was on the market for $1 million but they could get it for $750,000...   he said he had all the deals he could handle but he encouraged her to take the deal...   she went to look at the house..  the realtor had an appraisal    etc...   anyway    there was an issue so she had to buy it from the realtor..  she bought it for the $750,000 and it was only worth $350,000..   he and the realtor split the $400,000 ..   she found out they were running this scam all over the west coast..   she ended up being foreclosed on.. and he was gone..



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Posted on Wed, Oct 05, 2011 06:56

HEY SMAX.. 

TRIED THAT TOO. LONG TIME AGO.., NOT IN HERE THO.. BUT NEVER SEND MONEY..,  BUT CANT BELIEVE THE WOMEN THAT DO SEND MONEY, SELL CARS, HOUSES GET LOANS AND OTHERS WITH NO GUARANTIES..  BUT YES KNOW THEY ARE GOOD THE BEST OF THEM.., 

 

GOOD THING TO POST THO ., ESPECIALLY FOR NEWCOMMERS .., 

CHEERS ., HAVE A GREAT DAY., :-D



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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2011 18:11

HEY PAT! I appreciate your thoughts on everything... and thanks for your support.. I had never really looked at it as "apologizing"... just trying to be polite as to not offend anyone... I feel people lack consideration with others so much... thus.. even with my new blog.. Locks and Secrets.. I still made it known my thoughts are not meant to offend non-Christians... HOWEVER.. I also know with my history of abuse that I may very well apologize and not even recognize this for what it is.. So I am going to watch myself and see how my thoughts process on this! I am NEVER sorry for my THOUGHTS.. just never wish to offend others when I speak.... am told by my Christian friends often.. "Well Jesus offended many.." I just say... "Well I ain't Jesus!!" @ VOYAGER/MICHAEL.... YIKES! I have GF in Cal that she and her husband were scammed with one of those type deals... Lost their home and everything.. Guess sometimes it's a good thing I am poor! And yes... Although I've never had much.. I know the sting of being burned.. However what hurt me was that someone could do that to another individual... @ GODDESS.. LMSAO! Hope you are doing well! FISHYME and the rest.. Keep up the good work.. but I still say.. if one needs to learn a lesson... I'm just glad she didn't get hurt... Money is replaceable... Um.. I think... I'll letcha know soon as I find some!! :)


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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2011 19:17

Hey smax,I hope I didn't get you in trouble.

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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2011 05:04

Sorry to hear that Judy...   and since they have so many women goig at the same time..   they can wait a while to scam you..   it is their business..



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2011 04:38

Geez.. I have been a victim of this as well.. but it took this guy almost 2 yrs to befriend me. The guy pretended to do business with me and knew exactly what to say, he knew about the industry I was in etc.. I am not easy to fool.. But this man was damn GOOD! He apparenty flew to Australia to see a business partner and got beat up at a pub when drunk, lost his wallet, couldnt reach family members and I was the last resort??..he called crying in a panic two weeks before Christmas in need of help. I paid for his hotels up until 2 days after christmas, food, alcohol (I didnt know about the hugh alcohol bill until I called the hotel about the amount), his travel money, taxi's, etc.. 10k later I got fed up with his stories and had the hotel confiscate his passport and had him charged. Needless to say, no business ever happened. I never got a penny back but I learned a life lesson. There are many ruthless, pathelogical liars out there with no conscious online. For any man to pull on the heart strings of a single mom with kids to get whatever he wants through lies and manipulation,  is appaling. This guy was caucasian just so you know , from Boca Ratton, Florida. So it isnt just guys from Nigeria. This man was from a wealthy Family and Ivy league educated , so he says. Anyway, just be careful with online people you meet. Check them out, verify them, talk on skype quickly to see if its the same person. Verify what they tell you. Its easy to catch lies if you really listen. Listen to your intuition its your best guide. Dont be fooled like I was. Cheers, everyone. Judy 



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