Dating scammer maria

02 Dec

In one of the most prolific cons, the con artist a small group of Chinese men and an English speaking girl post a travel website and put a personal profile for the girl on asiafriendfinders.com, chinalovelinks.com, and other dating sites.

The girl poses as a foreigner (usually Filipino) who lives in Guangzhou, Shenzhen or other city in Southern China.

Alternatively they may prey on your sympathies, telling you a family member or someone else they are responsible for is ill and they need money for medical treatment.

Once you send them money, the fraudsters will keep coming back and invent new reasons to send them more.

Fraudsters may also use the conversations you have to find out enough personal information about you to commit identity fraud.

The victim believes that the person on the other end of the telephone line is the person in the photo. Keep in mind that the scammers get these photos from dating sites, Facebook, blogs and other sources and that the actual people depicted in these photos are innocent.This point is evident in how fraudsters use five common types of scams in an attempt to trick Linked In users.We have seen these 419 scams flood our Spam folders for years, so it is only fitting that we would come across them on Linked In from time to time.The con artist will have daily contact with the man via texts, email and telephone over weeks or even months.The contact is always through email, telephone and text messages.