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Similar to the Spanish prisoner scam where the scamster promises to share his fortunes with the victim in exchange for money to bribe the prison guards, the Nigerian has fully come into its own thanks to the availability of email. A scam victim will usually receive an email making an offer of a large sum of money.

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Needless to say that is the last you will hear of your apparent fortune. Sometimes scammers figure out you are onto them but instead of backing off, they take advantage Dating fraude web sites the situation by pretending to be the police.

So say you have been duped by a Nigerian scammer and you contact the Nigerian police for help. You might get an email apparently from the Nigerian police telling you they have closed in on the scammer and need a payment from you before they can arrest him. This is definitely a scam because Dating fraude web sites police no matter which country will never request money to catch a criminal!

Have a look at the email address — something like nigerianpolice hotmail. As opposed to some of the other scams, in this type of scam the fraudster takes their time to build a relationship with their victim.

After a few months when the scammer is convinced they have formed a bond with their victim, they request the victim to cash some money orders and wire transfer the money to t hem usually to Nigeria or Ghana. The scammer pretends to be someone from a Western country based in Nigeria for work and hence cannot cash the money orders. Once the victim cashes it and wires the money, the bank usually detects a forged money order and the victim is then liable for the entire amount while the scammer gets away scot-free and richer by a few thousand dollars.

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Some will write to you telling you they are "estate locators" who have located a long lost inheritance for you. Others might be from someone in Africa claiming to have received a huge inheritance which they want to share with you if you can help them get the money out of the country.

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Scammers also attempt phishing by sending you donation requests via email where you can click on a link which then leads you to website designed to steal your passwords and other details. Sometimes, scammers also take advantage of disaster situations by pretending to be a victim themselves. For example, an earthquake in the Philippines affects millions and the scammer sees this as an opportunity to ask you to help them during this difficult time. They will spin a story about how they have lost everything due to the disaster and tug at your heart strings.

Yet, despite losing everything they seem to be an online dating site? Business investment is another popular lure scammers use to attract their potential victims. People want to use their savings for a worthwhile investment option. Solicitations for an investment scam can come via email, telephone or even in the mail. Offers include work-at-home jobs and other get-rich-quick schemes, gambling software, opportunities to buy "secret" shares and other too-good-to-be-true schemes.

How do you know it's a scam? While there is no foolproof rule, it is best to avoid investing in opportunities that have been presented to you by someone who came out of the blue. When investing your hard earned money, it is important to consult with a financial adviser about the best course of action. There are various types of scams on the internet which prey on a person's good-hearted nature or vulnerability.

It is therefore important to keep your guard up and think before divulging sensitive information online or to strangers. Now that you know what sort of scams could occur, if a scammer does happen to contact you, you will be able to spot them and report them immediately rather than wasting your time forming a relationship with them.

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This wikiHow teaches you how to avoid being scammed on dating sites. Online dating scammers tend to target people who have a large amount of information in their profiles, and the scam is usually based around stealing money, credit card information, or personal information from. All dating websites will ask for a certain amount of information in order to A popular scam involves sites that ask you to create a profile specifically to mine your. Many people develop relationships online only to find out they're connecting with a scammer. Consumer Reports explains how to reduce the.