African dating scams jump date
The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.
They want to know everything about you – your favourite food, your bucket list, your secret fears... Browns and greens are my favourite colours.’ They find real-life reference points: songs you can listen to, colours you can see and films you can watch.
They then come up with very similar responses, only slightly different. to test their control and have something to use against you.
When he had an accident and needed surgery, Sara paid for it. ‘I tried my best to help that child.’‘Even when the fraud is revealed, they find it hard to let go.
Sometimes they confront the fraudster, whose response is: “I was scamming you, but while I did, I fell in love with you,” and it continues.
In another case, divorcée Suzanne Hardman, then 56, was defrauded of £170,000 by ‘James Richards’, a widower living in Portsmouth.
In fact, James was a gang of Nigerian fraudsters who were later convicted.
And with each victim, they learn and improve their psychological technique. The scammers just need to find the right button to press.’ They will tell you they’re widowed, or divorced after their partner was unfaithful.
They may have raised a child alone or lost a child.
The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating