Dating artist money
Whenever you meet someone online who seems too good to be true or falls in love with you too quickly it’s time to step back and consider the situation. They may have an “emergency.” They may only need a “loan.” Whatever this person may tell you we strongly encourage you to NEVER send money to someone you meet online.
This person may be genuine and honest, but you’ll want to move forward in a cautious, deliberate manner looking for any other suspicious behavior. They Want Money If a person you meet online asks you for money, chances are, the person is a scammer. Once you’ve established a real face-to-face relationship for a period of time you’ll be able to assess whether sharing money is a good idea. And if the person asking for money is out of the country, then you can be assured you’re dealing with a scammer.
by Catherine (Sheffield, UK) I am a widow and after just over two years my friends told me to try internet dating.
After several days of nice general chit chat he asked me to download Hangouts app, which I did. Thanks for your reply concerning Dr James Brown, I feel so very foolish that I let this guy take me in, we have been chatting for 16 months so I really did think he was genuine but now I know it was because I always sent the money he requested. And he become nasty after I refused to send money for his transport to come to see me. There is a list with UN doctors but I am sure he is not on that list. Watch out if this scammer is in Syria as he will give you a UN email and you are supposed to write to this email to ask for leave for him saying you are his fiancee. He claims to be a widower of 7 years and having a 16 year old son, named Michael. 16 year old daughter being raised by nanny in Africa. Cut a story short they mention that they have one child in Boarding school, he is divorced and he mentions about the money they receive in Apello and it must be delivered to you and you need to sign for it but there must be a fee that you need to pay of 5 to receive the cash. Cobby Brown stated he was a contracted Surgeon with the U. Later he advised he had his Godson and some other people to help him but, he was still short of funds. When I informed Cobby Brown about being a scammer, he said more charming words to deny the fact.Look for any inconsistencies between the photo and the person’s self-description.