PerfSpot.comBreeding ground for online dating scammers

V Review updated:

Many overseas men and women run scams. They pretend to get to know and like you and once you fall for them they start asking you for money. Thousands of women and men have been sucked into this scam, wiring money to a guy or girl they never met and never hearing from her again (or hearing from her asking more money). If the person you are communicating with asks you for money, watch out.

Keep in mind that a person can say whatever he/she wants in a profile and several tell outright or little white lies in the things they say. They lie about appearance, some lie about marital status, and some lie about intentions - when you search and watch closely there are usually 2 or more pictures of the same person with different name and profile information. These are a few site listings where they get there profile pictures from:, Stock Photo Subscription, Royalty free photos, Cheap stock photographs and Stock images

Always be smart, alert, and listen to your instincts, never let your guard down when searching for that destiny. Listen to your gut. If something doesn't seem right about the person you are communicating with then this may be an indication that you should move on. Trust what your instincts are telling you.


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      Jun 29, 2009

    This can be done on any social network or dating site. Really it's common sense, if people are that stupid to fall for that I have a Nigerian friend that can hook you up with $30 million dollars!

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