If you're lucky, you've found us before you got scammed.Maybe that dream girl you've been talking to for the past couple of weeks seems a little too good to be true?Dating site scams: What are they and who are the scammers?A quick search of the internet will pull up any number of reports of individuals who have been separated from their money by “women” they have met online or through genuine dating sites.However, victims of scamming will under no circumstances have their items returned to them, even if Jagex punishes the scammer.A trust trade occurs when a victim gives a scammer money or an item, trusting that the scammer will then return the favour, either by providing a service or by giving the victim a greater amount of money or a more valuable item.For example, player A would pay player B a sum of money in the main game, after which both players log into OSRS and B trades A another sum of money.
Some scammers may also have other players pretend to have their money doubled by the scammer, and stand around talking about the "legit" money doubler.
Example of a transaction: Player 1: Doubling money! Player 2 offers trade to player 1 Player 1 and Player 2 trade Player 2 offers 50k Both players accepted trade Player 1 and Player 2 trade again Player 1 offers 100k to player2 Player 2: Wow you are legit!
Player 1 and Player 2 trade Player 2 offers 500k Both players accepted trade Player 1 leaves or logs off, leaving Player 2 behind Note that any player who doubles money in one trade is not scamming.
However, the scammer will still log out when given a large amount by an unsuspecting player.
Variants: Adding certain percentages to your money.
(full story) 11/3/2017 There are different scam scenarios. Scammer tries to keep up a regular correspondence, but all letters you receive contain only general content and there is no concrete information in them. You receive a photo of a potential date and the photo doesn't match up (e.g.