Unicef dating scam
A Dating Scam normally involves these steps: Step #1: The scammer posts an attractive photo (such as attractive professional models) and fake profile on a dating website.
Step #2: Mass message members with pre-written copy of message.
From my first hand experience, majority of the dating scams are from West African countries - Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, etc.
This is collectively called Nigerian Romance Scams - one of the various forms of Nigerian scams.
I don't have anyone in my life (friend or family) at this time and I do get lonely. Message #2I am very family oriented, although i have no children. Remember that your best friend in the whole world was a total stranger at one time. My group of friends is small by choice and there's room for another. Sells and Exports African Fabrics (Attire), If you've got a Y!
I'm using this as a means to meet new people and stay updated on fashion!! I also will pursue my modeling career upon my return home. If love should fine me then I'm open to it, I will like to hook up sometimes but at the moment I am having a big problem Thats is making things hard for me that's why I said when I return don't know if you care to know what my problems are. Get to know me, there are no complications in my life and i'm versatile like vanilla ice cream. Most of all, i'm sincere I'm not looking for one nighters or friends with benefits. IM to communicate, you can as well just put my first and last name together you'll get my IM id.tobyjhonson at yahoo uk or goldenheart09 at hotmail.comhope to hear from you.
Step #4: If the scammer gets replies, he/she would make up stories and would normally claim how bad his/her current situation is and needs help to overcome it in some way.
If you're really interested you can e-mail me direct to this address or add me to your messenger list.
Looking forward to find out the chemistry between us ;) Ur #1 Fan, Toby.
Message #3Hello, This is Angelina from Cowandilla in Australia ,i go through you profile its look nice and lovely.
Note that the scammers steal attractive photos from other websites, so these photos have nothing to do with these scammers.
The real people of these photos are also victims of romance scam.
Step #6: No matter what the story is, after a period of establishing trust, romance, and desire, the scammer will ask for money to be sent in forms such as cash money orders, send merchandise, or currency exchange via a telegraphic money transfer service, usually Western Union or Moneygram, etc.