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Scam - Dating Site Need Plane Ticket Money
 
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A common scam on some foreign dating sites is for people to ask for money for a plane ticket. They will claim that they are from America or Europe but are stuck in another country so they need your help to come closer to you. They claim that when they get there they will pay you back. You should know that this is a common scam. Do not fall for it. If you send them the money for the plane ticket, you will not see the again.
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Woman catches online dating scam
 
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9 is On Your Side with a warning about a common scam hitting some users of online dating sites. ◂ WCPO - 9 On Your Side brings you the latest trusted news and information for the greater Cincinnati Tri-State area, including Northern Kentucky and Indiana. WCPO Channel 9 News brings you breaking news alerts, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage of topics important to you and your community. For more download the WCPO mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wcpo Android: http://bit.ly/wcpo-android
How To Avoid Online Dating Scams And Romance Fraud.  ID Theft Tips For Daters and Webmasters
 
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Professionally run dating site for the over 50s https://www.lovegenerations.com Professionally run dating site for singles in the UK https://www.loveservices.co.uk How To Avoid Online Dating Scams And Romance Fraud This video one of a series about creating and running online dating sites so be sure to subscribe or check my channel for the others. It is an unfortunate fact that with tens of millions of people using online dating sites each year there are a few peple who fall prey to the fraudsters and scammers. Many victims are reluctant to report the financial loss to the authorities because they feel ashamed of being taken in and fleeced. So can you, as a dating site member or a site owner, be more aware of the signs? We are all familiar with the common sense precautions of day to day life. We lock our homes and vehicles, we zip up bags in crowded streets, and we have learned to be wary of suspicious emails and phone calls. However, when people enter the world of online dating they sometimes forget their common sense and let their guard down. This is because affairs of the heart and the emotions require that we open up a bit to strangers. You can proceed to do so and enjoy great success with online dating. Millions of people have met their partners (temporary or permanent) through dating sites but just as we take precautions when out shopping or opening emails so we must be sensible and wary of what we do online. The key thing to remember is that most people instinctively want to TRUST and HELP others. Good, decent folk are always willing to give a stranger the benefit of the doubt. It's what makes the vast majority of people on our planet kind people who are willing to help when someone asks. But it is also the reason con artists succeed in defrauding us. They know how to exploit these instincts and feelings. Know The Signs First, the fraudster simply communicates with you for weeks or perhaps even months in order to earn your TRUST. They behave just as you would expect. They are kind and attentive. They respond to your messages and tell you all about themselves. They open up and encourage you to do likewise. Unbeknwon to you, they may be sat at home or even in an office with a long list of people they are in touch with around the world. This is the grooming stage. They regard you as a target that needs to be nurtured before they move into the second stage. The second stage is when they have gained your trust. Then they will ask for your HELP. It may be small sums at first. Perhaps it's a few dollars for some school books for the children. Who can resist the urge to help a sick child? They might ask for a few hundred dollars for medical bills. And so it continues. Take Precautions The Golden Rule of online dating is simple. Never send anyone any money, no matter how convincing the story. Never put your full name, exact date of birth, or any external contact details on your dating site profile where others can see it. Always communicate with others through the dating site and defer exchanging email addresses and contact phone numbers until later. Never reveal any of your financial details. The fraudster may try to convince you that they have a sum of money they want to send abroad for safe keeping and trust you to look after it. Once they have your personal and financial details you are at a high risk of identity theft and losses from your account. They may also ask you to receive items they send from abroad for collection by a friend or relative later. Never agree to this either as you could become the recipient of drugs or other contraband. Useful Websites Please visit one or more of these site and read more about romance scams. Arm yourself with the knowledge and you'll stay safe. http://www.actionfraud.police.uk http://www.scamwatch.gov.au http://www.consumeraffairs.com/online-dating-scams Finally, like all discussion about crime and criminals it can seem a bit scary but as long as you take these precautions there is no reason why you shouldn't enjoy all the benefits of online dating. If you have any experiences with romance fraud and other online dating scams please add a comment below. Please share this video with anyone you think might benefit from the advice. Thank you. Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/53393 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 32340 Ben Lovegrove
Filipina Dating Scam
 
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https://idateadvice.com/phillipine-dating-scams Although the majority of Filipinas are genuine and serious about finding the right partner, unfortunately some of them are scammers on online dating sites. Most of the Filipina dating scammers work on the principle of asking small amount of money many times during your communication on-line. Typically, this involves asking for a small amount of money to buy food, pay for living, internet access, facilities, buying a webcam and other variations possible. Filipinas who are scamming you may also ask you to send money for plane tickets, visa fees, or other travel related expenses. Here are the most common scam warning signs: • Asks for money to see her on webcam • Asks for money for education • Asks for money for food or rent • Asks for money for plane tickets or visas • Asks for money for a medical necessities • Professing love at first sight • Multiple requests for money, small or big Remember the golden rule to never send money to the people you hardly know to avoid being scammed!
Views: 3963 iDateAdvice
ASKING 1,000 GIRLS FOR SEX (TINDER EXPERIMENT)
 
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On a dating site asking for MONEY? Yes or NO?
 
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Should we expect someone to ask us for money when we first meet on a dating site?
Scammer Uses WNBC Sports Anchor’s Photo, Asks Date For Money On Dating Site | NBC Nightly News
 
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Sandra Eckenreiter thought she had found the perfect match, but became suspicious when her suitor from Match.com started asking her for money. When she went online to verify his identity, she saw that her internet date was actually an image of WNBC sports anchor Harry Cicma. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: http://nbcnews.to/ReadNBC Find NBC News on Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/LikeNBC Follow NBC News on Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/FollowNBC Follow NBC News on Instagram: http://nbcnews.to/InstaNBC Scammer Uses WNBC Sports Anchor’s Photo, Asks Date For Money On Dating Site | NBC Nightly News
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Have a laugh while I mess with this Nigerian Scammer!
 
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Have a laugh with me as I scam a Nigerian Scammer. Actually this one was from Ghana, but most my run in's with previous scammers where from Nigeria, so I left the title that way. Originally I thought this scammer was Nigerian but I found out during his scam he is from Ghana. Unfortunately I can't redo the video at this point so just go with it :) Come with me as I make my entry into the fun and exciting new sport of ScamBaiting. Don't get mad at someone trying scam, instead use them to entertain you. Please feel free to reply with your own wonderful scambaiting stories. Here is the facebook link so you too can offer help Serah Love's Vampiric mom. https://www.facebook.com/search/more/?q=Serah%20Love&sid=0.8911364297382534 or https://www.facebook.com/serah.love.96?fref=browse_search For FREE access to my private and unlisted videos, sign up at http://www.Tarrinlupo.com Music Title Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... #scam #scammer #scamming
Views: 2288320 Dr. Tarrin P Lupo
nigerian dating scam
 
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They're perfect. In fact, they're someone you could see yourself spending the rest of your life with. A decent person with a good job or business in search of a good, honest partner to settle down with. You or someone you know may be dating this person online right now. However, be warned. Things aren't what they appear to be. In reality you're talking to a criminal sitting in a cybercafe with a well rehearsed script he's used many times before. He's hunting through chat rooms, dating sites and social networking sites searching for victims, looking to cash in on romance. If you are over 40, recently divorced, a widow, elderly or disabled then all the better in his eyes. Scammers are adept at psychological profiling, and use any weakness they find to their advantage. It's the newest evolution of the Nigerian advance fee (419) scam. Instead of sending spam letters that promise millions for your assistance, these scammers are targeting single men and women who are searching for love online. They use psychological tricks to lure their victims in, use poetry and even gifts to get them under their spell, then once you are there, will try to reach for your wallet, all the time declaring their "undying love" for you. The scam may take the form of asking you to cash a cheque for them through your bank account because they are "out of the country" and unable to cash it themselves, or they may come right out and ask you to send money to help them out of a fabricated "financial difficulty" they claim to be experiencing. These are all lies used to try to make them easy money from an unsuspecting victim. The sad truth is, for every real profile you see on the internet, there are numerous false ones pretending to be your perfect mate and using photographs stolen from modelling or social networking sites. The people in the photographs are as much victims as the people who get scammed for hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars.Internet romance scams and other related crimes are very real, and they are affecting -- even ruining -- lives throughout the world. The best weapon against this crime is education. The more people that are educated in the ways the scams work, the harder it is for the scammers to make money and the more scammers that can be put out of business. http://www.romancescam.com/forum/portal.php
Views: 9273 johnny05
Online Dating Scam: Date Verification Part 1 - Your "date"
 
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A Cyber Documentary of the most prolific online dating scam - Get Verified. The scam is designed to charge your credit card, even though the sites assert that they are "free". This video shows exactly how the scam operates, and how risky it is to "Get Verified". Part 1 - Your Date, shows the websites and reveals how you are being scammed. Scam sites in this segment include Craigs Friend Finder Safe Local Friend Dating Safe and Single Written, narrated, and produced by Ronin Eternales. Theme Music: Song: End Game Artist: Per Kiilstofte https://machinimasound.com/music/end-game/ Narration Background Music: Song: Flight Hymm Artist: Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ All Music Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International. Flag images courtesy U.S. State Department. Stock Photos provided Courtesy Pexels.com and Pixabay.com (copyright free).
Views: 91807 Ronin Eternales
5 Dating Apps for Friends with Benefits
 
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Best apps to find friends with benefits: https://justbang.com/dating-apps-friends-with-benefits.html
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Dating site scammers, Badoo beware theyre a LOT of them!
 
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most hot females on dating sites are not real, and what's worse, they are after your money, they lure you in by playing to your wants and desires, then ask for money for what ever reason. some examples are: Badoo www.badoo.com OkCupid www.okcupid.com OkCupid.. www.match.com/ Match.com DateHookup www.datehookup.com eHarmony | www.eharmony.com/ eHarmony POF.com www.pof.com/ PlentyofFish Chemistry.com.. BeautifulPeople.com: www.beautifulpeople.com/ BeautifulPeople.com
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Scammers target those on online dating sites, FBI says
 
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PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. - As Valentine's Day approaches, federal regulators say be careful of scammers targeting lonely hearts searching for love online. Local 10 News investigative reporter Christina Vazquez has some tips on how to spot an online dating scam and introduces you to South Florida matchmakers connecting people the old-fashioned way. While you are searching for your soul mate using online dating websites, the FBI says scammers are looking for you. And many are flat out asking for money. "She told me 'I'm trying to transfer some money from Brazil to Miami and I have some kind of an issue. Maybe you can help me. Can you open an account with Citibank?'" Sefi Ben-Shoam said. Shirley Matzan said a man tried to con her friend out of thousands, claiming his daughter needed emergency medical treatment. "Now is the time we need your support my love. And I hope and believe you'll help us out," Vazquez said reading from an email Matzan provided. The FBI warns that cruel con artists targeting lonely hearts on social media and dating websites can result in some of the highest amount of financial losses when compared to other internet-facilitated crimes. In some cases people have suffered losses in the thousands of dollars. That's why Nancy Gold and Barbara Black Goldfarb of Elegant Introductions told Local 10 that they are in the business of helping people find love the old fashioned way. "You think it was the two of us going on the date. We are the modern day matchmaker. That's exactly what we do," Goldfarb said. At Elegant Introductions, each applicant is screened. They conduct background checks, ask questions about goals, core values and dating history. "Then we do our magic. We get together to see what we have and we scout as well," Gold said. Sharing pictures ahead of time is a no no. The pair looking for love meets for the first time in person. "Because chemistry is something only you can experience. So you have to meet the person and you won't know if it's there until you look them in the eye," Gold said. Gold and Goldfarb even take care of that awkward post-date analysis. "You don't know what is going on in the other person's head we pick up the phone," Gold said. The matchmaking business is how Sefi Ben-Shoam, the man who nearly got conned online, met his new love Anette Uzio. "Oh wow, is this like a dream? Sometimes we both are like, is this a dream? Or it's, it's unbelievable," Ben-Shoam said. When it comes to online dating sites, the FBI's Internet crime complaint center said scammers will often set up a fake profile. Scammers may post a picture that looks like something from Glamour magazine. They also warn that a plea for financial assistance is certainly a red flag. Whether you meet someone in person, or find someone online, Gold and Goldfarb offer some tips in what you should look for in a new relationship. "Core values are most important. Honesty (and) someone who's kind (and) generous," Gold said. "Someone you can communicate with," Goldfarb added. http://www.jelegantintroductions.com/
Views: 3207 Elegant Introductions
How to Spot Scammers in Filipina Dating Sites?
 
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In this video, I gave advice and tips how to spot the red flags if the photo, picture of a Filipina is being used by a Spammers in Dating Sites. I gave helpful tips of what you can do if you want to make sure that if the person behind that attractive photo is real Filipina or the photo is just being used by spammers to bait foreign men. Visit my site for more advice and tips about Filipina and Foreign men relationship related issues http://www.Date2LoveaFilpina.com If you want me to be able to serve you and connect with you not only here in Youtube, you can subscribe to my newsletter here: http://date2loveafilipina.com/ill-keep-you-updated/ Additional Reference if you want to know an almost complete package of information visit: http://bit.ly/1i1lIcN Check Out Our Graphic T-shirts Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=w_bl_sl_s_ap_web_7141123011?ie=UTF8&node=7141123011&field-brandtextbin=Georgeous+Merch+Shop
Views: 60376 Romalyn Villanueva
Woman says she was swindled out of $200K by man she met on Tinder
 
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What began as a storybook romance turned into a real-life nightmare according to Cecilie Fjellhoy. It's a cautionary tale on the dangers of online dating. https://abcn.ws/2Hn4Apa #Tinder #Dating #Fraud #Nightline #ABCNews
Views: 1201280 ABC News
How to identify a filipina scammer ?
 
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If you are looking for the love of your life on dating sites we are here to tell you that it is possible. It worked for us. But you should know that there are a lot of scammers online "catfishing" unsuspecting people. Catfishing means pretending to be someone on a dating site profile to deceive people. Many filipinas find online dating as their source of income. They treat it like their career or a business asset. Their end goal is to be able to withdraw cash in western union branches. It sounds crazy but that is what is going on in the Philippines. I have seen how they do it with my own eyes and I have talked to a professional filipina scammer before. It is truly unbelievable how they lure foreigners to a romance scam and convince them to send money. Some of them are already in relationship with a local guy. They will even fund their local man with the money they take from YOU. Some filipina scammers are in it for fun and profit. The use that scam money to feed the entire family and have no intention of being with a foreigner at all. They would normally pose as somebody else and use beautiful filipina pictures including actresses and models. I previously made this lists of Top 3 things NOT to do on an online dating site and it covers some of these things. These are the most common lies that they used to fool men online. My only advice would be do not fall into the trap! Analyze the situation before you fall in love. Do not be a victim! Here are some of the things a scammer will say to start getting money from you: "I am going through a separation, I need help to speed up my annulment." "My grandmother died. I need help for the burial. " Our roof was blown away by the strong typhoon! Help me please.... "My family is very poor. We are starving. I need money for food. "Some relative is very ill and need some help." "I am from the US, I am stuck in the Philippines. I need your help to buy a ticket so I can go back in America." The point is there are people that are truly in need of help. If you want to help people, help someone who is at least telling the truth. Not someone who is deceiving you for money. Some will even put on an Oscar award winning performance, crying and sobbing to get your sympathy and your money. How pathetic is that? It is sad but it is happening everyday on dating sites. It is better to be aware than to be ignorant about this issue. There are many good filipinas out there but you have to swim through the scammers before you can get to the shore of possible soulmates. Just do not fall into the scammer's trap. Do not get distracted by them. Keep looking for the right one for you. There is someone meant for all of us. We just need to look for it. Do not lose hope. You are a loser if you give up!
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I got scammed $$$$ by a filipina scammer
 
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If you have ever been scammed on a dating site then you are not alone. Although I am happily married now for 2 years to my best friend and soul mate who I met on a dating site, I did not always have such great luck. Back in 2009, I was a single father with two kids on dating sites looking for love and companionship. I was scammed multiple times and I lost a lot of money in those romance scams. Girls who pretend to be with you but turn out to be fake. I was so good and supportive to these scammers that they would usually admit to me that it was a scam, but they were ready to make it real. Of course, after realizing I had been lied to me, I was reluctant to talk to them anymore let alone be a boyfriend. Looking back I can see that I made very, very bad decisions because I felt alone and I was trying to rush to find something new. It is better to just take your time. Take time to really get to know each person you talk to. DO NOT send money. If someone is asking for money on a dating site, you should be suspicious. This should be obvious, but if your emotions are involved your judgement gets cloudy.
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Philippines, Filipinas Always Asking For Money - Definitely Not All   Vlog #005
 
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Sha’s Vlog in the Philippines Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7aUwGkC6iJRpWr_k-TG55A Please Help Support our Channel: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?alert=2 PayPal (Starbucks Fund): https://paypal.me/JosiesOnline?locale.x=en_US Join Us On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000389920691 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_philippine_experience1/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealEstateGuy2/followers Filipinas asking for money. Now if you have never been to the Philippines, then the girls you are meeting are more than likely coming from one of the dating sites. Be very careful with these sites because there are plenty of scammers. I have been to the Philippines many times over the past few years and pretty much all the girls I have meant came from the dating sites. There is nothing wrong with the dating sites, you just have to be careful with some of the girls you meet on there. Now I have meant and chatted with dozens of these girls. I tend to be more attracted to the girls from the Philippines more so than the other South East Asia Countries. I guess my rant for the week is that a large percentage of these girls are out to get your money. When I meet them on the dating sites, I will try and get them to skype as soon as possible, so I can get a better idea as to who they are, where they live and who they live with. I will usually leave them in the dust if in the first or second conversation they are asking for money, for one thing or another. I'm sure you will meet many girls from the Philippines like this as well. Just be very careful when dealing with them. If you liked this video, please give me a thumbs up, leave a comment, hit the share button and if you would, please subscribe. Our Video Editing Software, Camtasia Studio: https://techsmith.pxf.io/c/1357700/481530/5161 FREE Trial Offered Our Vlogging Gear: DJI Mavic Pro Drone 4K: https://amzn.to/2RIWRaI DJI Mavic Pro Drone Waterproof Hard Case: https://amzn.to/2FleQ0u DJI Mavic Pro Drone Battery: https://amzn.to/2CabXMI DJI Mavic Pro Drone Battery Lipo Bags: https://amzn.to/2CftPWo DJI Osmo Smartphone Gimbal: https://amzn.to/2CeVsPD Canon G7X Mark II Vlogging Camera: https://amzn.to/2RLdQte Canon G7X Mark II Camera Case: https://amzn.to/2RgDFlc Canon G7X Mark II Batteries & Charger: https://amzn.to/2RDSvSo GoPro Hero7 Black Action Camera: https://amzn.to/2VEMX9e GoPro Hero 7/6/5 Accessories: https://amzn.to/2M4ebBD JOBY GorillaPod/Tripod: https://amzn.to/2D1ra4k SwissGear TSA Laptop Backpack: https://amzn.to/2VCtp5v RFID Travel Money Belt: https://amzn.to/2FoJo16 DROGRACE WP350 Sports DV Camera/Waterproof: https://amzn.to/2RFHjV7 DJI Spark Drone, Fly More Combo: https://amzn.to/2AGOvqy DISCLAIMER: The above links are affiliate links and should you purchase through a link, I will earn a small commission. #PhilippinesVloggers in the #Philippines #PhilippineTravel
The Experts Speak: Romance Scams |  La parole aux experts : La fraude par séduction
 
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The Experts Speak: Romance Scams | La parole aux experts : La fraude par séduction | A romance scammer uses dating websites, social networking websites or meets in person to defraud people. They communicate using fake photos and profiles. They share phoney details of their lives and intentions until they’ve gained your trust. Then the scammer will make up a story to ask you for money. For example, they may claim to need money for a medical emergency or to cover the expenses of a civil court case. Sometimes, the scammer doesn’t ask you for money directly. They may instead ask for help cashing a cheque, for example. In this case, they will forward you a counterfeit cheque and ask you to send back cash via a wire service. Romance scammers can be very patient. They may correspond with you for weeks or even months before asking for money. During this time, they may talk to you on the phone or even send you small gifts to build your trust. Do your research before engaging with someone online (check their name, the company they work for and the country code of the phone number they give you). A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link: http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/the-experts-speak:-understanding-romance-scams.html Un escroc d’amour a recours aux sites Web de rencontres ou de réseaux sociaux, ou encore organise des rencontres en personne pour escroquer quelqu’un. Il communique au moyen des photos et de profils faux. Il partage de faux détails sur sa vie et ses intentions, jusqu’à ce que vous lui fassiez confiance. Ensuite, l’escroc invente une histoire pour vous demander de l’argent. Par exemple, il peut prétendre avoir besoin d’argent pour une urgence médicale ou pour couvrir les dépenses d’un procès civil. Parfois, l’escroc ne vous demande pas de l’argent directement. Il pourrait vous demander de l’aide pour encaisser un chèque. Dans un tel cas, il vous envoie un faux chèque et vous demande de lui virer l’argent en échange. Les escrocs d’amour peuvent être très patients. Ils peuvent correspondre avec vous pendant des semaines ou même des mois avant de vous demander de l’argent. Pendant ce temps, ils peuvent bavarder avec vous au téléphone et même vous envoyer de petits cadeaux pour gagner votre confiance. Faites des recherches avant de communiquer avec quelqu’un en ligne (vérifiez son nom, l’entreprise pour laquelle il travaille et le code de pays du numéro de téléphone qu’il vous fournit). Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/la-parole-aux-experts-:-l'escroquerie-sentimentale.html
Views: 10179 ONgov
8 phrases of Ukrainian scammers-girls
 
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Subscribe for information How to Find Ukrainian Girl without Marriage Agency - http://eepurl.com/gmkXdn Meet Ukrainian Girls Online - https://www.ukrainebridesagency.com/?pc=33012&c=17 Read more in article - http://ukrainianspace.com/8-phrases-of-ukrainian-scammers-girls/ Here is the list of the most popular statements of scammers: 1. I would like to come to you, but I don't have passport. Give me 100-300-500USD for bribe, because without bribe it's almost impossible to get passport. (or just I don't have money). Ukrainian passport is made by 35$ and you don't need any bribe. 2. I would like to meet you but I am very busy with work and I can not come, even if you are already in Ukraine. How your love or boyfriend came to meet you and you don't have time? Are you president or prime minister not to find free time after work? 3. I need money for English courses, and so you will not pay money later for translation. How girls which is looking for foreign husband are not interested to educate herself before starting to look for such relationship? And this is not normal to ask for money to your husband. 4. I need money for renting apartment. Again, it's not nice to ask for money someone who is not your husband. Or yes, they are not asking, she is just telling she is unable to pay the rent and she will sleep on the street if she will not find money. Scam. 5. In Ukraine it's very normal to buy coat, shoes, perfumes for girl on the first/second date. Not normal at all. It's al things for husband. 6. I don't have smartphone. And my computer do not support any kind of Skype. Or I don't have a computer at all. It's very hard to get such people still exist in Ukraine. Especially if you are talking about young girl. Regardless how much does it cost, they all are having smartphones. Even in deep villages the most poor girls. And for sure such advances girl which can figure out how to correspond in crazy dating websites, she knows how to use phone and email. 7. I am not feeling comfortable to talk by Skype or video call. For sure if she is not interested on you, why she need to waste time on video calls? Better to correspond with you, while watching some series or having time with friends. If girl is interested, she will find any kind of opportunity to see your face. 8. Don't come to Ukraine, because it's very dangerous. I really hope you get my ideas. Please don't be scammed and don't waste your money into girls. Ukrainians are not bad, but if some people are just looking to be scammed and are ready to believe in fairytale they can make Ukrainian girl loves you just through correspondence, they are happy to tell you this fairytale, while you are paying for that.
Views: 23657 Reznikova Relationship
Online Dating Advice - Filipino scammers online
 
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What Filipino Scam Pattern looks like: Brought to you by http://DateVIP.com Lets go through some common Filipino Scam Warning Signs Most Filipino dating scammers will ask you to send money: 1. for rent or food They ask you to send money online for food, milk for baby, rent, internet and other living expenses 2. for plane tickets and visas They say that they love you after few emails and want to see you in your country. But they need money for a passport to be issued, visa fees, transportation to the airport and a large amount of money to be deposited in their account for immigration purposes. Instead tell her you will be traveling to her after few months of chatting on cam, if she accepts then great, if not, do not waste your time. 3. for a medical emergency If you ever hear a story that one of her family members is in hospital because of an accident, brain hemorrhage, heart attack or any other medical problem then be very cautious. If they ask you to send money to help out with the medical bill, 9/10 it is a scam . simply block that profile and report to the admin 4. to see her on webcam There are 3 variations to this scam: she asks for money to purchase a cam or to hire a private room at an internet café or maybe she is a student and working as a webcam girl at an adult chat site to pay off her fees. 5. for her education fees? The scammer asks you to send money for her fees, if she is young. or asks you to pay for her kids education fees if she is older. Either way it is a scam. Dating Advice, Online Dating Tips and Dating Help for Online Dating from http://DateVIP.com We like to keep all sites for free, please support us at: https://www.patreon.com/datevip AVOID Filipino SCAMS. NEVER SEND MONEY online https://youtu.be/UM1gQy7fw-Q
Views: 12108 Date VIP
Oil rig Men looking for love?? NO !! Scammers looking to SCAM !
 
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Oil rigs... It's a favourite of scammers. A BIG favourite of scammers. They know nothing about the job.. but then! They talk their way out of that. Men on oil rigs don't have hours every day to talk to women...AND THEY DON'T NEED MONEY FOR ANYTHING. NEXT TIME YOU ARE CONTACTED BY A MAN SAYING HE IS ON AN OIL RIG.... IT'S A SCAMMER..and in the end he WILL ask for money or cards or bank details.. DON'T BE SCAMMED
Views: 21918 ScamHaters United Ltd
Is He Asking You For Money Or What?
 
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Fake profiles and lies at dating sites like Plenty of fish , Datehookup , etc. It sucks.
 
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Update on the second video: Due to some MAJOR health complications, I'm being forced to delay the second video for the time being. I should be okay eventually (I'm NOT dying or anything like that) but to say that I am in poor condition at the moment is an understatement. When I get better, I will be FINALLY posting that second video. I greatly apologize to everyone for the delay. I will return.
Views: 733354 Zeno
Beware of romance scams, average victim loses $22,500
 
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CINCINNATI (Joe Webb) -- Valentine's Day is Saturday, but not everyone is using the holiday to get in a romantic mood. Scam artists use the holiday to get their hooks in vulnerable people who think the scammers are looking for love. Ohio's Attorney General is warning people to be on the lookout, especially on online dating sites.Mike DeWine says he's seen about 90 romance scams in the last couple of years, seven of them from the Tri-State. It's always the same thing, the scammers troll an online dating site, meet someone and proclaim their love, they build confidence and then cook up a story about why they need money. They usually walk away, untouched with around 0,000.Marlana Yaegel says her problems began last summer when she was having marital problems and decided to look for a new partner online. She found one, and a lot more.I met the man on MeetMe.com, said Marlana. He claimed he wanted to be with me forever. All of my dreams would come true. I'd have everything.The guy online sent her a picture and claimed to be businessman Robert Karaukus. She fell for him. She also fell for his scheme and gave him her bank account number. He said he was wiring her money that she needed to wire someone else. You can guess the rest.To the bank I lost ,000 and I also have to pay back Western Union ,000 so a total of ,000, said Marlana.,000 she doesn't have. Yaegel is the victim of what Attorney General Mike DeWine calls a romance, or sweetheart scam. DeWine doesn't blame online dating services, he says they provide a legitimate service, but they also create large pools of often vulnerable targets. Con artists know that.We have one woman in Cincinnati who lost 0,000, said DeWine. We've had people all over the state who've lost money. The average person who falls for this...Who reports it to the attorney general's office, lost 2,500. Yaegel reported her loss, but DeWine says most don't. She talked on Monday, hoping some woman would see her and not be fooled by love.There ain't no man worth losing everything that you have, said Marlana. Dewine's advice is pretty simple. If you meet someone online and they won't agree to meet you in person, take that as a red flag.If they ask you for money or personal financial information, don't give it to them. If you think someone online is trying to pull a scam on you, contact the Attorney General's consumer protection section. DeWine says he believes most victims are too embarrassed to report the crimes. He encourages you to swallow your pride and make the call.Follow Joe Webb on Twitter @joewebbwkrc, and LIKE him on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
Views: 6571 LOCAL 12
Guess My Income | Lineup | Cut
 
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Views: 17025998 Cut
WARNING!!  Be2 Dating Site is a BIG  SCAM!!!!!
 
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WARNING!! The Be2.ca dating site is a BIG SCAM. Please, DO NOT join! They will steal your money and will not honour their 14 day money back guarantee. They are a SCAM.
Views: 30381 witchone123
Soldier frustated after his photo was used in online dating scam
 
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DALLAS -- Emily Thompson was enamored with the soldier she met on the dating site, Match.com in March. "I definitely was falling in love," she said. But it all fell apart when the Dallas businesswoman learned their love was a scam that cost her more than $130,000. His name, on the profile, was Robert Parker. Tuesday, we heard from two more North Texas women who also texted with him. "I was shocked," said one woman, after she saw our first story on the scam Monday night. "I’d been sent the same pictures that she had been sent." But Parker is not real, as they discovered when he started asking for money. But the man in the photos is, and he's a victim too. "I’m trying my best to live a nice average normal suburban life," he told us via Skype from his home Tuesday. He’s an Army Reservist living in Illinois, whose name we’re not sharing since his family has sacrificed enough of its privacy over the last few years. "The pictures came from Afghanistan in 2011 and 2012," he said. "Our battalion created a Facebook page to let our family and friends up to date with what we’re doing, where we’re at." He says someone saved them and keeps using them on several dating sites. He hears from scorned fake lover every two to three months. It should be a surprise that it put stress on his family. "When, you know, a wife gets text messages or Facebook messages from a random woman saying 'I saw this on Match.Com...those are definitely the most rough," he said. He says he’s contacted police and the dating sites, but for every profile taken down, there’s another that pops up. So he’s asking daters to ignore him, if you see him. "You need to know that if you get contacted, and it seems fishy, it probably is," he said. It’ll make for one less heart he’ll have broken, without even knowing. We reached out to Match.com for a statement regarding these stories and fighting fraud and they sent WFAA this statement: We are deeply saddened to hear about these crimes, and our thoughts go out to the victims. At Match, the safety and well-being of our community is a top priority, and we take the issue of fraud very seriously. We understand that sophisticated criminals prey on individuals in every corner of the web, and we diligently address it on the site and app, tracking, monitoring and working to prevent fraud every step of the way using technology that identifies possible fraudulent behavior such as unusual communication patterns and suspicious photos and profiles. Unfortunately, in cases such as these, criminals encourage users to communicate off of Match’s platform as quickly as possible, giving us limited visibility into their behavior. However, while reprehensible, financial fraud can still be prevented. We work to constantly educate our members throughout their Match experience, with safety tips, when members are communicating with each other, and with a mandatory pledge to never give out any financial information to anyone over the internet. As long as our members follow our safety tips, these kinds of things cannot happen.
Views: 738 Belux
I Joined a Russian Dating Site - See how it ended [Kult America]
 
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A few years back I met a sex tourist in Kiev who told me that he would open fake social media accounts to meet women who he would sleep with and then abandon. I was super disturbed by that and had always wondered if eastern european women are actually so desperate or if maybe western guys were just being pigs. In an effort to find a little more insight I decided to not only join a Russian dating site myself, but sign my own wife up as well. The results were surprising, basically no women wrote to me and my wife received over 100 letters from guys. With that in mind, I was forced to conclude that in terms of desperation it would seem western guys are the ones to be in the spotlight. Subscribe to my wife's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU0Bfv_57lA_eqbu6ex8w2A ★★★ CONTACT ★★★ Email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RyanSocash
Views: 768710 Kult America
We're Going to the Law(POF Scam Story) | Cam Finnie
 
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So this happened back in February about Seven months. I did make a video about it way sooner but ended up not making it past post production. I fell victim to what is know in some forums on the internet as a very common scam among the dating sites, where you talk to someone who claims they're Eighteen and you find out a day or so later that they aren't I obviously didn't go along with the scam the entire time so I don't know how it would have finished. But according to most forums I saw. Eventually I would've gotten messages that said stuff like: if you pay us X amount of money for pain and suffering or to make up for a broken electronic(s), we won't press charges or even calls or messages saying that the girl committed suicide and I need to give up some money to them for various reasons. You can do all sorts of research on the internet on this scam. Subscribe here for more content by me: https://www.youtube.com/c/CamFinnie And Ask me questions here for future Cam's Question Corner videos! http://ask.fm/CamFinnie Connect with me! I love interacting with you! Google+: google.com/+CamFinnie Facebook: https://facebook.com/theCamFinnie Twitter: https://twitter.com/theCamFinnie Instagram: https://instagram.com/cam_finnie Tumblr: http://camfinnie.tumblr.com TshirtSlayer: https://tshirtslayer.com/user Snapchat: metalmancam90 And email me pictures of the front and back of your battlejackets at [email protected] or you can send me pictures in dms on Instagram or Facebook to have your Battle Jacket featured in my Battle Jacket video featured in the beginning of every month.
Views: 14282 Cam Finnie
Online Dating Scams – Money Clip Minute
 
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Now that Valentine’s Day has passed, you may have decided that now is the time to turn to online dating sites in order to find love. But before you sign up, or if you’re part of the online dating world already, have you given thought to the potential dangers of fraud that can be involved? Gabi Darlington discovers how an increasing number of scammers are now asking for financial help, targeting those who have turned to the internet to look for love. In this Money Clip Minute, we speak to Tony Neate, Get Safe Online CEO, to discover his tips on what you can do to stay safe when finding love online and how you can avoid falling victim to online dating scams.
Views: 117307 NatWest
Sweet Old Lady Scammed On Dating Website
 
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An elderly woman in Florida was the victim of a scam that cost the poor lady her home. She met a man on Christian Mingle who convinced her to give him all of her money and eventually sell her home so that he could help disadvantaged youths. He told her he loved her and would buy her a golden ring with her name spelled in diamonds. Her family warned her what was happening, but she was convinced of their love for one another. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss. Should people send money to this woman to rebuild her life or should she live with the consequences? Let us know in the comments below. Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/retiree-home-dating-scam_56498ce0e4b045bf3defc5f8 “She was looking for love, but ended up losing her home and entire life savings. Florida senior Catherine Short was swindled out of an eye-watering $185,000 after falling prey to an online dating scam. The 71-year-old was conned out of the hefty chunk of cash after signing up to the ChristianMingle.com dating site, reports Fox13. Short reportedly found a match and felt like they’d hit it off, with her new beau saying he’d eventually want to get married. He also promised to buy her a gold ring with her name spelled out in diamonds.” ********** The Young Turks November 16, 2015 Hour 2 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTpcK80irdQjsGyhLbMBsTGheeBc9uBaq Ronda Rousey KNOCKED OUT After Talking Trash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApI--zzQFfc&index=1&list=PLTpcK80irdQjsGyhLbMBsTGheeBc9uBaq Muslims Take Stand Against ISIS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmL3Tuad5FQ&index=2&list=PLTpcK80irdQjsGyhLbMBsTGheeBc9uBaq Sweet Old Lady Scammed On Dating Website https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1T_g91UDCEk&index=3&list=PLTpcK80irdQjsGyhLbMBsTGheeBc9uBaq ********** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary) ********** Get The Young Turks Mobile App Today! Download the iOS version here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-young-turks/id412793195?ls=1&mt=8 Download the Android version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tyt
Views: 91317 The Young Turks
CBS47 Investigates: Online dating scam targets women
 
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Are you looking for love through an online dating site? In the past 36 months, the Better Business Bureau received 836 Scam Tracker reports related to romance fraud. If you don't think it's happening here in the valley think again. The BBB has received nearly 7,500 complaints against online dating services, in which some of the complainants alluded to fraudulent activities. Losses reported in the United States and Canada over three years totaled nearly $1-billion. In 2018, romance fraud was named one of the BBB's 10 riskiest frauds. "We talked on the phone once, he was British. We then started texting each other because I couldn't understand him," says Sharon. Sharon doesn't want to use her last name because she was defrauded out of thousands of dollars. But she wants others to know romance fraud is real. Sharon says, "He told me how much he loved me and I was his soul mate." She says she met the man online from a dating site and their relationship grew. She adds they were even talking marriage. She says, "He told me he started this business and had a whole bunch of boats he bought for a million dollars." But he then needed tens of thousands of dollars to get the boats out of port. Fresno Police Detective Doug Reese says, "They make these grand promises and then start asking for money." Reese tells CBS47 he is working several cases of these romance scams in Fresno. He says many times family members can't convince their love one it is a scam, and try to limit their computer and phone access. Reese says, "the scammers if they have their address, which they normally do, will start sending them cell phones so they can reestablish that communication. If they loose the cell phone, they will send another one." Reese says these scammers are persistent.
Views: 18 CBS47 KSEE24
ALL Asian Dating sites are SCAMS!
 
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Support us and the channel on Paypal! http://paypal.me/advchina Online dating scams are full of lies and international dating has been sullied by romance scams. These online dating services are full of beautiful asian women, but they are after your money. China is the hotbed for scams and online scammers. We tell you how to avoid these pitfalls. Get 1 week early access to EVERY ADVChina episode by supporting us on Patreon SerpentZA: http://www.patreon.com/serpentza C-Milk: http://www.patreon.com/laowhy86 Living in China for so long, we would like to share some of the comparisons that we have found between China and the west, and shed some light on the situation. Every week, we take you to a new place in China on our bikes, cover a topic, and reply to your questions. ⚫ Watch Conquering Southern China NOW! Winston and I ride 5000 km across 5 Chinese provinces and discover crazy food, people and customs! Discount Promo Code: RIDEWITHUS https://vimeo.com/ondemand/conqueringsouthernchina Tune in, hop on, and stay awesome! http://www.facebook.com/advchina For Motorcycle adventures around the world, and a talk-show on two wheels go to ADVChina every Monday 1pm EST https://www.youtube.com/advchina For a no-nonsense on the street look at Chinese culture and beyond from China’s original YouTuber, join SerpentZA on Friday at 1pm EST https://www.youtube.com/serpentza For a realistic perspective on China and world travel from an American father and a Chinese mother with two half-Chinese daughters go to Laowhy86 every Wednesday 1pm EST https://www.youtube.com/laowhy86 Cartoon feat. Jüri Pootsmann - I Remember U https://soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsounds/cartoon-feat-juri-pootsmann-i-remember-u Track : Cartoon feat. Jüri Pootsmann - I Remember U NCS: Music Without Limitations NCS Spotify: http://spoti.fi/NCS Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/irememberu
Views: 263815 ADVChina
Online Dating Advice -  Ukrainian / Russian dating scams (1/2)
 
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What Ukrainian / Russian Scam Pattern looks like: Brought to you by http://DateVIP.com First few letters the scammer will say what a good woman she is and how hard life is in Ukraine due to war. Her salary is few hundred dollars, most Russian men are drunks or her family died in a tragic accident or they are ill in hospital. By now she will set the victim up as her savior, the only one who can help her. She asks for money to pay her bills but will definitely come and visit him in his country. She talks about love and gives instructions to the victim to send money through MoneyGram or Western Union. This is a general example of Russian or Ukrainian online dating scam. A scammer could be a man or woman operating alone, pretending to be an attractive young lady, or part of an organized scamming operation. Always remember a request online for money is a scam. Here at DateVIP we try to protect our members, we offer free services, unfortunately there are few scams that ruin the online dating for all. If you ever come across someone asking for your email or money report them to our admin ASAP. This does not mean all Ukrainian or Russians are scammers, this is just to illustrate the mindset of very few scammers who are based in East Europe. Almost all women in East Europe are truly interested in finding love and looking for a serious relationship. Dating Advice, Online Dating Tips and Dating Help for Online Dating from http://DateVIP.com We like to keep all sites for free, please support us at: https://www.patreon.com/datevip AVOID Eastern European / RUSSIAN DATING SCAMS. NEVER SEND MONEY online
Views: 13205 Date VIP
Dating Scammer, don't ask a scammer for money or they will get mad but everything else is ok lol
 
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Scammer didn't respond well when I asked them for money. But at least we know they are willing to try S.C.A.T. lol
Views: 296 Chino Host
How To Find A Bride Online At FREE International Dating Sites?
 
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Skype FREE with REAL beautiful Ukrainian girls here... https://matchguaranty.com/register/ In this 2017 remastered "Love Me or Love Me Not" documentary series you'll see firsthand how you can easily spot and avoid the plethora of romance scams and other online dating scams, meet REAL Russian women and make real life dream connections with genuine, marriage minded Russian women and Ukrainian women. You'll see: 1. Dr. Phil in a SHOCKING video about the mail order bride industry. 2. An American man being scammed for $10,000. 3. Full 14-part documentary series "Love Me or Love Me Not" 4. Raw and real interviews with 17 Ukrainian women that speak their mind openly and answer all your burning questions. 5. An interview with a Ukrainian policeman who talks about the Russian mobs roll in online dating businesses. ... and much, much more!!! Click below now and watch for the complete documentary series FREE ($37.97 retail value): http://mailorderbridescams.com/ Did you know… 1. Statistics show women outnumber men by 10.5 million in Ukraine and Russia. 2. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reports that “…marriages arranged through [mail order bride] services have a divorce rate of only 20% (based on USCIS data going back 17 years).” 3. The USCIS also reports that “… mail-order bride and the online dating industries result in 4,000 to 6,000 marriages between U.S. men and foreign brides each year.” 4. Yet the fact is only 5-7% of Ukraine and Russian ladies ever find a foreign husband. TRANSLATION... There are more beautiful, single Ukrainian ladies than you can imagine genuinely searching for a good husband. And millions of slavic ladies will remain lonely without a husband and family for their entire life. So opportunity is knocking for YOU! Yet the real trick is knowing how to AVOID the litany of SCAMS! So just be FOREWARNED you are in shark infested waters! If you want to avoid the costly, painful mistakes most foreigners make on your search for an amazing, beautiful wife in Ukraine, send me an email and I'll share my "good agency" contacts with you. How Ukrainian Dating Agencies Scam Foreigners... Most Ukrainian dating agencies specifically target middle-aged men and have elaborate schemes in place that allow them to make millions of dollars on their unsuspecting clients. They are almost always based on a fraudulent letter writing mechanism, where the client thinks he is corresponding with a beautiful woman, but instead he writes to a translator who is using a model's photos and dating profile. Both of them are paid employees of the agency. Since the client pays for every email he sends through the agency and every minute of online chat with the brides, their goal is to keep the messages coming in, rather than actually doing legitimate matching for love and marriage, as they claim. To be frank, to marriage agencies, marriage is just an unwanted by-product of this industry, and fortunately for them it is rare. The only thing it is good for is publicity: the agency will milk every marriage that happens through them for all its worth. Agencies also offer the women's private email addresses for sale, but more often than not after the transaction has taken place it will still be the translator who writes to the client, as they have no interest in letting the client off the hook. Another way to scam the foreign men is to get them to send gifts and flowers to the women at up to 500% markups, which are then often taken back to the vendor and returned for cash. If the foreign client insists on meeting his potential bride in person, the agency will work hard to keep the ruse alive and keep the scam meter running. They make money on every single thing the foreigners do during their stay from coordinating apartment rental, taxi/limo, translation, marriage coaching, all services are often marked up by 500%. After finally meeting their "bride", who is suddenly cold and distant, they realize that they have been scammed. Unfortunately, by that time it is too late to do anything about it. How To Spot a SCAM... There are several red flags that can help you recognize a scam. Watch out for the following warning signs: • During your online conversations the woman tells you she doesn't have a cell phone, wifi signal or a computer to keep writing you letters. Everyone in the Ukraine does, especially women looking for a foreign husband online. • The woman tells you her computer is broken and asks for money to buy a new one. It might be an expensive yet affordable gift to a Westerner, but in Ukraine it is a month's salary. • She asks you for money tugging at your heart strings: sob stories about sick family members and car accidents are more common than you would think. • She tells you she needs money for a visa to come and see you.
Views: 880 Match Guaranty
“SUGAR DADDY” EMPTIED MY BANK ACCOUNT! | HOW TO NOT GET SCAMMED !
 
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Views: 73730 Cyditty Talks
What are the signs of a filipina romance scammer
 
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One of our subscribers told us his situation asking for our advice on Youtube. The situation he described sent up a red flag to both of us. It sounded a lot like a romance scammer. One of the main signs of a romance scammer is that they take your heart and they take a LOT of money from you. They say all the thing you want to hear and take lots and lots of money. Be careful. #romancescammer, #filipinascammers, #filipinas, #pinaylove, #filipinadating, #filipino girls, #filipinamarriage, #filipinawives,
Views: 15246 #yuribruce
Russian Women talk about Men, Dating, Marriage, Family, Values, Money
 
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🎨 How I learned to create and edit videos, make illustrations and master all Adobe Products from Dan, the coolest guy on the Internet 👉 http://bit.ly/2FPaK0I In this video, I ask random Russian girls in St. Petersburg, Russia to tell me about how they think, what is the mentality of a Russian girl, what they like in a man, what are their values, etc. Since I started making videos talking to random people on the street, a lot of you guys have been asking me to coach you on how to meet Russian girls, how to approach a Russian girl on the street, how to talk to them. My site is not a Russian Dating site and I was sceptical initially. However, I was convinced by some of you to coach you online or face-to-face in Ukraine or Russia. The results have been really amazing and I'm happy to see a lot of you feel confident and achieve your goal meeting Russian women. This video is dedicated to all the students that I have coached that love the Russian culture and language and also wanted to find their other half in Russia. I have also created a guide on how to talk to Russian girls with useful vocabulary for those who date or are planning to date a Russian woman. You can find it here http://explorerussian.com/russian-girlfriend/ There you’ll also find information about my coaching. ATTENTION: I work only with people that love the Russian culture, respect women and want to find a partner to share their life with. My students are not interested in picking up Russian girls and manipulating them. My students are looking for a romantic, healthy, deep relationship. 🇷🇺 All my Tips and Secrets for those who travel to Russia 👉 http://bit.ly/2ANZzTK 💰 $480 Discount on Russian Language Lessons in Russia? Email me at [email protected] with the title "400 Discount" 🎥 Learn the Russian Cases through one Film 👉 http://bit.ly/2qRcFJy ▶️ Subscribe to My Channel 👉 http://bit.ly/2BaOo7h Angelos' RUSSIAN LANGUAGE Books 1. Learn Russian Diversified 👉 https://amzn.to/2OMgg59 2. Learn Russian - Basic Phrases 👉 https://amzn.to/2TgM5q2 3. My Girlfriend is Teaching Me Russian 👉 https://amzn.to/2qOkK1p All Angelos' SELF-DEVELOPMENT Books 1. How to Take Good Notes 👉 https://amzn.to/2OMFccx 2. The Superlearner Myth 👉 https://amzn.to/2TiQB7K 3. How to learn a language NOT in 7 days 👉 https://amzn.to/2K9HwJX 4. How to Invest in Stocks 👉 https://amzn.to/2ONaWhT 5. The Art of Persuasion 👉 https://amzn.to/2Dp3APA 6. The Magic of Less (Minimalism) 👉 https://amzn.to/2Dql2mE 7. Learn a Language Through Films 👉 https://amzn.to/2qLm2dM 🎥 Free ACCELERATED LEARNING Course (How to Learn More Effectively) 👉 http://bit.ly/2zQ3Cee ✎ Free 24 Tips on HOW TO TAKE NOTES 👉 http://bit.ly/2zsmP9C Website: http://explorerussian.com Website 2! http://livediversified.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angelos.georgakis YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelosGeorgakis Twitter: https://twitter.com/angelosgeo Email: [email protected]
Views: 100397 Angelos Georgakis
Lil Dicky - $ave Dat Money feat. Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan (Official Music Video)
 
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Latest video off of Lil Dicky's debut album "Professional Rapper." Download the album here: http://smarturl.it/LilDickyiTunes Watch Lil Dicky create the most epic rap video, all while he $aves Dat Money! Click here for the documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkXpb20b-NQ Director Tony Yacenda www.TonyYacenda.com Producer Jim Cummings Cinematographer Alan Gwizdowski Music Video Editor Brian Vannucci Documentary Editor Brad Allen Wilde Post Supervisor Ryan Ross Colorist Sean Wells Sound Mixers Di Le Darrell Tung Second Unit DPs Adam Lee Jeff Kulig Luc Delamare Boat Girls Melissa Soria Suzanne Quast Julia Misaki Special Thanks "The Study” Hollywood AvilaVIP Mrs. “K” The Noho Diner Frosty Treats/Amp Entertainment Weedmaps Master and Dynamic RGF Productions Jash MeUndies (www.meundies.com) and Sarah Silverman Kevin Durant Dillon Francis Hannibal Buress Abbi Jacobson Ilana Glazer Mark Cuban Tom Petty Song produced by Money Alwayz Song Mixed by Rob Kinelski at The Fortress of Amplitude Assistant Engineer: David Baker
Views: 122725450 Lil Dicky
How common parents or relatives push Filipina to ask money?
 
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This videos answer the question how common some parents or relatives pushed Filipina to ask money from the foreigner that she's chatting or dating online. If you want more advice and tips visit my site http://www.Date2LoveaFilipina.com If you want me to be able to serve you and connect with you not only here in Youtube, you can subscribe to my newsletter here: http://date2loveafilipina.com/ill-keep-you-updated/ Meet Filipina Women Today! Visit this link for more info: http://cupidlinks.com/?a=135406&c=1&p=r&s1= Check Out Our Graphic T-shirts Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=w_bl_sl_s_ap_web_7141123011?ie=UTF8&node=7141123011&field-brandtextbin=Georgeous+Merch+Shop
Views: 9321 Romalyn Villanueva
Sex Dating Sites With Actual Women
 
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Sex dating sites are a great way to meet local singles for hot encounters with no strings attached. However, choosing the right sex dating site can be more difficult than you may think. Anyone who is even a little experienced with online sex dating sites knows how many scams are out there. From fake profiles to empty databases, the pitfalls are many on these types of sites. We've joined and tested dozens of sex dating sites and have narrowed it down to the following 3 sites as the best sex dating sites online that have real members and actually work. Although these are the very best sex dating sites on the internet, there are still a few things you need to consider in order to enjoy the best possible experience when joining and using the sites. - Always fill out your profile thoroughly. This is the most important step. Most of these sites use algorithms to match its members. The more you enter in your profile section, the more they will have to consider you a potential match. This means your profile will be presented to more members as a potential match. - Use many recent pictures. You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. It is imperative that you showcase your best side with the best possible pictures of you that you have available. - Contact as many members as possible. This will allow you to receive more messages from more members. Don't send a message to one member and wait for a reply. Keep contacting more and more members. - Evoke trust. Making sure the person you're chatting with on any sex dating site trusts you is a very important step many men tend to overlook. If she doesn't trust you, she won't meet up with you. Be prepared to share your social media info with the other members before asking them to meet. - Don't be very detailed when searching. Try to keep the search as general as possible to get more results from your searches conducted on any one of these sex dating sites. - Avoid being rude to the other members. Don't be too picky. Do not under any circumstances upload fake photos or photos that are a decade old. Avoid using cliches when contacting other members on sex dating site.
Views: 67008 Betty Black
What Ukrainian women think about marriage agencies and online dating sites in Ukraine and Russia
 
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Skype with REAL beautiful Ukrainian girls here... https://matchguaranty.com/register/ In this 2017 remastered "Love Me or Love Me Not" documentary series you'll see firsthand how you can easily spot and avoid the plethora of romance scams and other online dating scams, meet REAL Russian women and make real life dream connections with genuine, marriage minded Russian women and Ukrainian women. You'll see: 1. Dr. Phil in a SHOCKING video about the mail order bride industry. 2. An American man being scammed for $10,000. 3. Full 14-part documentary series "Love Me or Love Me Not" 4. Raw and real interviews with 17 Ukrainian women that speak their mind openly and answer all your burning questions. 5. An interview with a Ukrainian policeman who talks about the Russian mobs roll in online dating businesses. ... and much, much more!!! Click below now and watch for the complete documentary series FREE ($37.97 retail value): http://mailorderbridescams.com/ Did you know… 1. Statistics show women outnumber men by 10.5 million in Ukraine and Russia. 2. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reports that “…marriages arranged through [mail order bride] services have a divorce rate of only 20% (based on USCIS data going back 17 years).” 3. The USCIS also reports that “… mail-order bride and the online dating industries result in 4,000 to 6,000 marriages between U.S. men and foreign brides each year.” 4. Yet the fact is only 5-7% of Ukraine and Russian ladies ever find a foreign husband. TRANSLATION... There are more beautiful, single Ukrainian ladies than you can imagine genuinely searching for a good husband. And millions of slavic ladies will remain lonely without a husband and family for their entire life. So opportunity is knocking for YOU! Yet the real trick is knowing how to AVOID the litany of SCAMS! So just be FOREWARNED you are in shark infested waters! If you want to avoid the costly, painful mistakes most foreigners make on your search for an amazing, beautiful wife in Ukraine, send me an email and I'll share my "good agency" contacts with you. How Ukrainian Dating Agencies Scam Foreigners... Most Ukrainian dating agencies specifically target middle-aged men and have elaborate schemes in place that allow them to make millions of dollars on their unsuspecting clients. They are almost always based on a fraudulent letter writing mechanism, where the client thinks he is corresponding with a beautiful woman, but instead he writes to a translator who is using a model's photos and dating profile. Both of them are paid employees of the agency. Since the client pays for every email he sends through the agency and every minute of online chat with the brides, their goal is to keep the messages coming in, rather than actually doing legitimate matching for love and marriage, as they claim. To be frank, to marriage agencies, marriage is just an unwanted by-product of this industry, and fortunately for them it is rare. The only thing it is good for is publicity: the agency will milk every marriage that happens through them for all its worth. Agencies also offer the women's private email addresses for sale, but more often than not after the transaction has taken place it will still be the translator who writes to the client, as they have no interest in letting the client off the hook. Another way to scam the foreign men is to get them to send gifts and flowers to the women at up to 500% markups, which are then often taken back to the vendor and returned for cash. If the foreign client insists on meeting his potential bride in person, the agency will work hard to keep the ruse alive and keep the scam meter running. They make money on every single thing the foreigners do during their stay from coordinating apartment rental, taxi/limo, translation, marriage coaching, all services are often marked up by 500%. After finally meeting their "bride", who is suddenly cold and distant, they realize that they have been scammed. Unfortunately, by that time it is too late to do anything about it. How To Spot a SCAM... There are several red flags that can help you recognize a scam. Watch out for the following warning signs: • During your online conversations the woman tells you she doesn't have a cell phone, wifi signal or a computer to keep writing you letters. Everyone in the Ukraine does, especially women looking for a foreign husband online. • The woman tells you her computer is broken and asks for money to buy a new one. It might be an expensive yet affordable gift to a Westerner, but in Ukraine it is a month's salary. • She asks you for money tugging at your heart strings: sob stories about sick family members and car accidents are more common than you would think. • She tells you she needs money for a visa to come and see you.
Views: 2857 Match Guaranty
Don't let a catfish hook you
 
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By: Chris Nallan HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Valentine's Day is upon us and the Better Business Bureau is sending out a warning for people who may be looking for love on line. Some people may not be who they say and are just out to scam you. "Be just very careful, because you never know who that person is," Jenna Rappaport from Harrisburg said. Just a few days from Valentine's Day and you may be looking for a little love and affection. If you belong to a dating website the Better Business Bureau warns that Catfishing, or romance scams are on the rise. Jenna Rappaport from Harrisburg is leery when it comes to dating websites. "You don't want to put your whole heart into something, when you haven't met the person to begin with and that can be really scary," Rappaport said. Remember scammers play on emotion, and love is a strong emotion. Anytime people are vulnerable, fraudsters find that as an opportunity to scam you. "You put yourself out there, I'd advise not doing that so much," Rappaport said. If you are going to put yourself out there on dating sites the Better Business Bureau says beware if a potential date: -- Asks to talk or chat on an outside email or messaging service. Oftentimes, this allows fraudsters to carry out scams without the dating site having a record of the encounter. -- Claims to be from this country but is currently traveling, living or working abroad. Scammers come up with all kinds of excuses for why they cannot meet in person just yet. -- Asks you for money or credit card information. In some cases the scammer will claim an emergency like a sick relative or stolen wallet, and will ask you to wire money. -- Sends you emails containing questionable links to third-party websites. Third-party links can contain malware that is designed to steal personal information from your computer. For more information head to bbb.org/washington-dc-eastern-pa
Views: 81 Local 21 news
free online dating site for single - best online dating sites 2016
 
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http://awesomedatingsites.tk/ free online dating site for single - best online dating sites 2016 looking for a great dating sites to hookup with the local around you, try for free our list of best online dating sites @ http://awesomedatingsites.tk/ Tips To Avoid Online Dating Fraud on free online dating site for single Online dating is especially popular in the US, there are a lot of online dating sites that are based in US hence a lot of American folks participate on these programs. As oppose to what many think about US dating sites, most folks are not exclusively from the US, there are those who are from other countries but were encouraged to register to US dating sites in hope to find an American life’s partner. Online dating is not exclusively for dating purposes only, this is also a great network where you can find friends. If your intention was to purely have someone to talk about your day, then you can find the right people on the dating sites. However like with everything else there are some people who simply just have fun making other people’s lives miserable. This includes dating frauds and opportunists. There are even some of these people who are making a living out of asking money from their online dates. There are syndicates that enter the innocent world of casual dating, to take advantage of this technology. And you surely don’t want to be one of their victims. So here are some tips that you can follow to avoid becoming a victim of dating fraud. Tips To Avoid Online Dating Fraud 1. Always watch out for the red flags Red flags are very easy to determine, you just have to stay vigilant as possible. If you notice people asking for too much information about you sooner than usual, then this is a red flag. Anyone asking for money no matter which cause, and then consider this a double red flag. Even if the person you are dating does not look like he or she is a dating fraud, you should re-consider if you still want to have a relationship with someone who asks for money from people he or she barely know. Asking for money from other people is inappropriate, so it is best that you re-consider your option. People who also asks you to communicate using emails other than those provided to you by the US online site, can be considered as red flag because why else would they want to ask for your alternate email where your profile are not protected. In casual dating sites, you will remain concealed unless you’ve decided that you’re comfortable enough to divulge personal information. 2. Use an Alias A lot of people do this, not because they want to play around but because it protects their identity and other personal information. You should also use an email that does contain your real name; simply create an alternate email that you can use other than the one that you use for your business. 3. Inform your Family about Meeting your date When meeting your date for the first time, make sure that you let your family or friends know where you are going and who are meeting. Also consider meeting him or her in a public place, where there are a lot of people. This will keep you safe from sex offender who uses the online dating site to get to their victims. Article source: http://awesomedatingsites.tk/tips-to-avoid-online-dating-fraud/ https://youtu.be/qArolVsoV8c https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dating
Views: 102 2015giveaways
Jeanette Lane Dating Scams.mov
 
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This is an update from No Tolerance News and Spam Scam. HOW a Scammer asks his date for money. I hope you enjoy. This is speaking the truth. A tribute to the 419 Nigerian Scammers. Watch out! All they want is your MONEY!
Views: 64 doUcwattIc
Facebook scammers asking for cash
 
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Some dude on facebook i added a month ago finally sends me a chat message and this is what was said. Never fall for anyone asking for cash online because you will only be filling their pockets and never really helping someone in need. this is the text from the whole video Hi How are you there??? Hi How are you there??? Josh Workman um hi? Luann Hakanson Larscheid Glad you responded,Am not too good at the moment..i and my family are in a kind of deep mess ?????? Josh Workman oh? Luann Hakanson Larscheid We are currently stuck in London uk,went there on a short vacation and was mugged at a gun point last night I was hurt on my head,writing you in tears now as we speak,All cash and credit card was stolen off including cell phone,it was a brutal experience Josh Workman wow thats pretty bad Luann Hakanson Larscheid We are freaked out here,have been to the embassy and the police they are not helping issues at all i was ask to come back in three weeks time....Thank God we still have our life and passport with us......I need your help Josh Workman oh wow what do you need help with? Luann Hakanson Larscheid Our return flight leaves in few hours to this time and we are having a problem in sorting the hotel bill and get a cab down to the airport...Wondering if you can loan me some few $$$ i promise to refund it back to you as soon as we get back home tomorrow Josh Workman how much? Luann Hakanson Larscheid 1,450 do you know how to get it to me? Josh Workman sure just call the police over there and see how to transfer it right Luann Hakanson Larscheid you can have it wired via western union All you need is my name and present location Josh Workman lol i know how the scam works dude. you believe your helping someone in need but instead your giving money to a scammer now ill be careful now i know some friends in the military who look for you guys Luann is offline.
Views: 493 xxHaloVidsxx
Are Ukrainian girls pics photoshopped at ALL dating websites?
 
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Skype with REAL beautiful Ukrainian girls here... https://matchguaranty.com/register/ In this 2017 remastered "Love Me or Love Me Not" documentary series you'll see firsthand how you can easily spot and avoid the plethora of romance scams and other online dating scams, meet REAL Russian women and make real life dream connections with genuine, marriage minded Russian women and Ukrainian women. You'll see: 1. Dr. Phil in a SHOCKING video about the mail order bride industry. 2. An American man being scammed for $10,000. 3. Full 14-part documentary series "Love Me or Love Me Not" 4. Raw and real interviews with 17 Ukrainian women that speak their mind openly and answer all your burning questions. 5. An interview with a Ukrainian policeman who talks about the Russian mobs roll in online dating businesses. ... and much, much more!!! Click below now and watch for the complete documentary series FREE ($37.97 retail value): http://mailorderbridescams.com/ Did you know… 1. Statistics show women outnumber men by 10.5 million in Ukraine and Russia. 2. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reports that “…marriages arranged through [mail order bride] services have a divorce rate of only 20% (based on USCIS data going back 17 years).” 3. The USCIS also reports that “… mail-order bride and the online dating industries result in 4,000 to 6,000 marriages between U.S. men and foreign brides each year.” 4. Yet the fact is only 5-7% of Ukraine and Russian ladies ever find a foreign husband. TRANSLATION... There are more beautiful, single Ukrainian ladies than you can imagine genuinely searching for a good husband. And millions of slavic ladies will remain lonely without a husband and family for their entire life. So opportunity is knocking for YOU! Yet the real trick is knowing how to AVOID the litany of SCAMS! So just be FOREWARNED you are in shark infested waters! If you want to avoid the costly, painful mistakes most foreigners make on your search for an amazing, beautiful wife in Ukraine, send me an email and I'll share my "good agency" contacts with you. How Ukrainian Dating Agencies Scam Foreigners... Most Ukrainian dating agencies specifically target middle-aged men and have elaborate schemes in place that allow them to make millions of dollars on their unsuspecting clients. They are almost always based on a fraudulent letter writing mechanism, where the client thinks he is corresponding with a beautiful woman, but instead he writes to a translator who is using a model's photos and dating profile. Both of them are paid employees of the agency. Since the client pays for every email he sends through the agency and every minute of online chat with the brides, their goal is to keep the messages coming in, rather than actually doing legitimate matching for love and marriage, as they claim. To be frank, to marriage agencies, marriage is just an unwanted by-product of this industry, and fortunately for them it is rare. The only thing it is good for is publicity: the agency will milk every marriage that happens through them for all its worth. Agencies also offer the women's private email addresses for sale, but more often than not after the transaction has taken place it will still be the translator who writes to the client, as they have no interest in letting the client off the hook. Another way to scam the foreign men is to get them to send gifts and flowers to the women at up to 500% markups, which are then often taken back to the vendor and returned for cash. If the foreign client insists on meeting his potential bride in person, the agency will work hard to keep the ruse alive and keep the scam meter running. They make money on every single thing the foreigners do during their stay from coordinating apartment rental, taxi/limo, translation, marriage coaching, all services are often marked up by 500%. After finally meeting their "bride", who is suddenly cold and distant, they realize that they have been scammed. Unfortunately, by that time it is too late to do anything about it. How To Spot a SCAM... There are several red flags that can help you recognize a scam. Watch out for the following warning signs: • During your online conversations the woman tells you she doesn't have a cell phone, wifi signal or a computer to keep writing you letters. Everyone in the Ukraine does, especially women looking for a foreign husband online. • The woman tells you her computer is broken and asks for money to buy a new one. It might be an expensive yet affordable gift to a Westerner, but in Ukraine it is a month's salary. • She asks you for money tugging at your heart strings: sob stories about sick family members and car accidents are more common than you would think. • She tells you she needs money for a visa to come and see you.
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