Dating site scams from nigeria


06-Feb-2020 09:14

Once you do send the money however, it is unlikely that the visit will ever actually materialize.

As many people are now catching on to this, many scammers are trying variations of the same scam.

At the end of the day they all have the same basic plot – there is an emergency and won’t you please send them some money?

Rest assured, once you do send the money that is the last you will hear of them and your money.

So say you have been duped by a Nigerian scammer and you contact the Nigerian police for help.

You might get an email apparently from the Nigerian police telling you they have closed in on the scammer and need a payment from you before they can arrest him.

Another common scam one comes across in online dating is the medical emergency scam.

A scam victim will usually receive an email making an offer of a large sum of money.

Variations of these include them needing surgery they can’t afford, treatment for their son’s brain tumor or you may even get a call from someone pretending to be a doctor telling you your partner has been in a serious accident and you need to send money so they can start treatment.

Sometimes, the scams are long and stretched out with the scammers attempting to get as much money out of you as possible by cooking up a variety of medical complications.

These are examples of some of the most notorious scams in the world of online dating and on the internet in general.

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This is one of the most popular scams in online dating.

The subject lines often read something similar to "From the desk of Mr [name]" or even "Your assistance is solicited".



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