When the story you get doesn't add up...What to do! Dating Tips and Advices Forward to friends

  • View author's info Author Posted on Jun 08, 2017 at 12:00 PM


    Millionaire Match seems to be a site where ex-convicts, players and scammers tell you stories that do not add up.

     

    I have come across those who send me email addresses and ask for mine. They can't tell you what they really do but come up with Fake sad (that seem real) stories (very sick!). I have Googled some of them and found them on other dating sites even though they told me this is their first site (they use different names on different sites).

     

    Google their names

    Google their username

    Google their email address or phone numbers

     

    They tells lies such as someone in their family is sick and they need to raise funds. They will tell you they are stuck in a country and need to raise funds to get back home. It's a scam...Don't fall for it.

     

    If they can't meet up with you, they are not real. If they meet up, make sure you meet publicly. Don't fall for the antics. Some of them rent fancy places and cars as a show off and to package themselves nicely. Let them Skype or Facetime you as much as possible and observe the background when they do.

     

    Publicly shame them to save other people from falling into these traps.

     

    Let them respect those of us working hard to earn our income and looking for real love!

     

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  • View author's info Posted on Jul 04, 2018 at 08:41 PM


    Oh Sophia your story really touches my heart.  I can tell by the tone of your post you’ve been hurt.  Things will get better for you.  You just need a real man that can spark the flame of interest,  that leads to burning passion.

  • View author's info Posted on Jul 01, 2018 at 08:09 AM


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    Thats really sad. I honestly thought this site was safe from scammers. Why people don't choose to be honest is beyound me.

    ... and one must display an amount of personal responsibility in keeping themselves safe.

     

    I am inquisitive by nature and tend to ask a lot of questions. However, I'm not intrusive and realize that if someone seems to always avoid the simple answerable questions I ask... my conversations will quickly fade. Many peeps do not need to be so tight lipped or act so CIA-security clearanced- if you get my drift. lol 

  • View author's info Posted on Jun 27, 2018 at 09:54 PM


    I don't give out my email address. Cell phones can communicate anything they need to say.

     

    If they live far away and want to meet me then I tell them, "Great, email here when you are in my town". And then I leave the conversation because I'm not interested in an email buddy. I don't exchange more than a few emails (here only) and we either meet or I end it. If someone is serious about finding love then they will meet someone they say they have an interest in. If they say they are too busy with work to meet within a week, then they are too busy for a relationship and I again am not interested. 

     

    Discussing money is taboo for any situation that is not family or a close friend, so the moment a man mentions money in any form I end the conversation. 

     

    Most scammers will out themselves pretty quickly because they ask probing and often inappropriate questions for someone who hasn't met you face to face. If in doubt....end it anyway because your gut is probably right. 

  • View author's info Posted on May 12, 2018 at 11:14 PM


    These are typical scammer stories I've had WASTE my time over and over again on MM.

     

    the guy is a single parent (daughter)

    a widower, because she died of cancer

    he works off shore in an oil rig

    he speaks German or something but when you ask him to speak it, he can not

    he has a strong accent of something (India...??)

    he expectantly sends you a gift/money?? because pirates attacked the oil rig

    but when gift/money gets sent to you, it stuck with the courier until you (the sucker) pays to release it.  The courier gets sent back and forth but the courier company is fake.

    gezzzzzzz!!!

     

    or

     

    there are the guys who want to send you money (WHY???)

    they want your bank account number because they won't send it by e-transfer.

    MM will instantly delete these accounts when you tell them.

     

     

  • View author's info Posted on Oct 23, 2017 at 01:13 AM


    If someone need to raise funds, direct them to their family. Women should not give money to the men on this site. Please don't do that.

  • View author's info Posted on Oct 09, 2017 at 02:19 PM


    Wow sounds like you have seen a lot.... if you would like to speak and get to know a genuine guy... send me a message

     

  • View author's info Posted on Oct 07, 2017 at 02:07 PM


    Hello Sophia,

     

    I really liked your comment.

     

    Kind regards from sunny Slovenia

  • View author's info Posted on Oct 01, 2017 at 09:53 PM


    If they are too good to be true! Then they are definitely too good to be true. Make a bid with yourself never send any money to anybody no matter what. 

     

    Stay safe.

  • View author's info Posted on Sep 25, 2017 at 03:30 AM


    The scammers are getting more sophisticated but best advice is keep your radar up especially until you can meet the person. There is also the old saying 'if it's too good to be true then ...'

     

    The people I really feel sorry for are the innocent ones who get their photos and/or identify stolen then their photos get used to scam others. 

     

    Honesty and and integrity are everything and I still have faith in the majorly of people who are truthful.

     

  • View author's info Posted on Jul 16, 2017 at 04:41 PM


    I have had a customer fall a victim and the guy didn't seem fake at all. They were supposed to meet but she figured out he was a scammer. She gave a fake address only to read online that the fake address was vandalized and she believes it was done by the scammer who she had told that she knew he was planning to scam her.

     

    Don't give these scammers your phone number or address. Let them chat with you on the site. Most of them now pay the premium membership on dating sites.

  • View author's info Posted on Jul 15, 2017 at 12:16 PM


    Scammers are generally not very smart, they play on emotional weakness and stupidy, notice I said emotional and not intellectual. Scammers will always ask for an email address, it is easier for them to build a relationship without having to phone or video chat where they can easily be found out. It is quite simple, you have to do your due diligence and if something doesn't seem right then it probably isn't, don't be afraid to ask challenging questions and if necessary, for evidence to back it up. 

     

  • View author's info Posted on Jul 03, 2017 at 09:41 AM


    You can also google their photos using google images to see if they are using fake pics. 

  • View author's info Posted on Jul 02, 2017 at 05:31 PM


    Why will you fly with a stranger? What if you get killed?

  • View author's info Posted on Jun 25, 2017 at 03:48 AM


    Thats really sad. I honestly thought this site was safe from scammers. Why people don't choose to be honest is beyound me.

  • View author's info Posted on Jun 20, 2017 at 12:47 PM


    I agree with what you say, but its really the job of this site to keep its members safe.

    How come your not a verified member? 

  • View author's info Posted on Jun 13, 2017 at 03:21 AM


    Wow, you hit the nail on the head, those antics are classic scam tactics,  it is good to see you are here sharing your experiences to help others not fall into the pit falls from a minority of those who choose to play these games on others.

     

    All the best and trust it will work out in the long run for you and other woman & men here searching for companionship Sophia97

     


             

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