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Many online dating sites allow anyone to join for free, and they usually do not screen their members.
They take advantage of the anonymity of the internet to create the profile of your perfect match and make any number of promises to attract you and cause you to open up to them.
It will not come as a surprise to most of us here but none the less it is a good article written by a Ghanaian newspaper who assist the police in the arrest of 4 scammers The full article and comments can be viewed here ... ADM decided to follow through a complaint sent in by a love sick man in the UK who said he had been fooled into sending cash to a lady he fell in love with on the Internet, Following the scent he provided, ADM investigations led to a ring of young men and women in Ghana, who create false profiles on dating sites to defraud unsuspecting single men looking for love from overseas.
its-ghana/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Internet Romance Scam Epidemic Hits Ghana January 13th, 2011 · by Atiku Iddrisu · No Comments Ghanaian youths are gaining notoriety for the country in connection with internet scams. These young people apart from using semi-nude photographs of different ladies to lure unsuspecting men, especially widowers and lonely men, also fake birth certificates, passports and visas to convince their victims that they are genuine.
So, now Ghana is infested with scammers due to Nigerians.
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He received various documents including what looked like family photos from his “lover” to make him believe that she was genuine.
Little did he know that his online girlfriend was a male!
The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.Almost always, they will ask you to send money using an untraceable source such as a telegraphic money transfer The following is a slightly edited communication the ADM reporter had with a near victim in Germany: “Hello Iddrisu !Thank You for the warning you gave me as “Linda” and sorry I was so rough at first.The Accra Daily Mail (ADM) newspaper, which this writer works for, is daily inundated with sad stories from abroad of how men and women who believe they are getting the love of their lives end up being bilked of huge sums of money. In the case of the complainant from the UK, who sent more than £1, 200, apart from booking a BA flight for his newfound “wife” to join him, she never surfaced to consummate the “marriage”!The following questions are posed to people living abroad who are love sick. The relationship began after the exchange of a few emails.
With that fake Linda I instantly knew that somebody wants just my money, what I didn’t know was that “she” was in reality a man. ” Info Tracer is a unique background check service that reserches people by EMAIL, NAME or PHONE.