In each of the next five scams, most were widowed, had one or no children, spouse had died, parents were dead, they were very lonely, blah, blah, blah.In each case, they ultimately gave me their sob stories and asked me to help them, using my sympathies to get what they want.But let the warning bells ring if you see or hear: So, in the lead-up to Valentine’s Day, do us a favor: keep in mind that you want someone who’s after you, not your money – and that warning bells can sound like wedding bells if you’re not listening carefully.I'd also add if you are using an online dating site, do NOT say you are a widow or widower.
Now I'm stuck with loans and such and I'm disabled.next day he was off the site with at least that name.warned a girl at work who encountered the same thing different name.If someone you've never met is asking you for money, it's obviously a scam. There are thousands of men and women calling themselves or being CEO of hustling, there is a Facebook page HUSTLING, you will meet a lot of them on dating pages, saying they love you, you go out with them,then it's I need this, that, all kinds of hardships. I' have one now trying to claim his late fathers company will lend him money to get home from overseas. I'm sure they don't they are trying to get him for fraud, he wanted to come to USA to see her,and then would stop over to see her on his way to Canada for another contractor job, I'm sure he's getting run out of town..But he wants to wire the money to my account (to supposedly "help me" with my bills and send him the rest to pay for his flight, hotel, fix a machine(which the other day, he only needed 0 but suddenly wants to wire 100 times that into my account). and then I turn around and wire money to him so he asking me for access to my account. He delayed visits for the holidays to her and then now she has mortgage her home, she is now running behind on bills... The sad part the people she should trust she won't listen too, and the ones she does listen too rip her off..People are just stupid to think that they could find someone, but when they want large numbers in cash to save them.. Of those nine separate contacts, six turned out to be scams.it should be a Red Flag but some don't want to believe they have been lied too.. We would visit every day for one-half to one hour a day. In the first situation, I was totally unaware of the scamming route.If you’re lookin’ for love (sometimes in all the wrong places), chances are you’ll wind up on an online dating site at some point.Those who use dating sites can attest: you’ll meet some nice people there – and you’ll probably meet some weird people, too.Despite months of my sister and I telling her that he was scamming her, she refused to believe us and took this man's side above all else.It ultimately ended with her broke and threatening suicide. I have a friend who just gave some guy she met on a dating site several thousands of dollars, He told her he was contractor arrested in South Africa, He had been jailed due to them not liking him..