I met someone that I thought was a great match, but turned into a nightmare an character deformation.I reported the accusations and false narrative to Ok Cupid, and submitted my clarification of actual events. After you send the money, you never hear from them again - or you receive ongoing excuses to delay the trip and more requests for money.Scammer is sick or has a sick parent or child, or is stuck in a country (Nigeria or Russia usually) and they need your help.They are very good at making you feel sorry for them.You may feel inclined to help them and send them money. Real charitable organizations do not use dating services to get donations! Scammer is planning to visit your city or country and wants to send money ahead for use while there.just here checking things out, if you want to chat, drop me a line and i will be in touch.
The majority of scammers are located in Africa especially West Africa: Nigeria (Lagos), Senegal, Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire; and Russia and Ukraine (for this reason, these areas are blocked from using Connecting Singles, but some of them get around these blocks).
Weeks later, I was emailed back stating that their investigation brought them to the conclusion that MY account was terminated due to breaking their ethics and behavior terms.
Most dating sites are full of them, and many sites don't bother to get rid of scammers - because scammers look good...
If you do, they will have your email address and also your photos to use to convince other victims that they are 'real'.
You may not get a further response because they have what they want from you.