Scammers are easy to spot. Usually 1 or 2 photos max, poor grammar and punctuation, lack spacing between the punctuation, give you their email quickly, speak of love too early, young female photos 27-33 (in the case of guys), rarely respond to your questions (because they use canned cut-n-paste responses), happen to be "traveling" out of country, and generally appeal to one's emotions. I get several almost everyday, day-after-day.
Thank you for the information. It is nice to see, people who share their experience and knowledge with others. I have read similar advice from others on this site for which I am very appreciative and grateful.
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Yikes! I just joined and many of the emails I have received sound like they are from a telemarketing firm overseas, The spelling and grammar are horrible. The style of writing is weird and they always reference God and say I am the one for them on the very first email. Any advice to determine which are for real, so I am not wasting my time? Are the certified ones a better choice to reply to? Thanks.