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I receive a TON of e-mails per year from victims asking for help (because they knew I always wanted to be a spy).
Unfortunately, by the time the money leaves their hands, it is gone forever. The scammers use internet cafes and reroute money multiple times to untraceable sources, and therefore, their true identity cannot be discovered.
Sure enough, within three days, he told her he was in trouble. The bank needed two more weeks to get all the financing together but he was going to lose the deal if he didn't come up with the money by the end of the week. The scammer had spent hours setting her up for this by connecting with her through beautiful poems and lengthy conversations. They are intelligent, successful women desperate to find the love of their life. I wrote today's post because I don't want to see another woman get taken by these con men again.
There are nine warning signs worth heeding when you're out there dating. They Feed Off The Clues In Your Profile Don't mention your income or where you work.
When women looking for love contact the "person," they're eventually asked to send money to help him out.Recently, I started working with a private client who was emotionally involved with a scammer. He was attentive, offered up beautiful poetry and had found a way to identify with her deepest pain.Yet when I shared why it sounded like she was becoming attached to someone who was less than honest, she was shocked and couldn't believe this nice man she spoke with on a daily basis was about to take advantage of her.Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.