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I assume he did too, even though he has since begun working as an editor for a romance novel publishing company. In fact, how would anyone feel if they met someone, dated the person, became quite serious about them, and even married them, then found out that the profile was ghostwritten, your emails had been read by some third party, all of those sweet and sexy responses had been written by a third party?I would feel my privacy had been breached, and that I had been lied to by the person I was dating.
Someone you know may be dating this guy right now - online- and he's got quite a plan- because he's not just one guy, he's dozens of guys, sitting in a room with a script- cashing in on romantic gullibility. He is a single man, raising his daughter- who is 12-years-old," says Krystene Tucker. Krystene says He quickly moved in- from friendship to romance to a crisis- "Krystene- I really need your help. " My client needs to send me a check." He gave her some convoluted but weakly believable story about being stuck in Nigeria with no way to cash the check. "I would be depositing that check in my account, taking that cash and then going to Western Union and wiring that money to him.
That's something used by the very unscrupulous to try to convince the person they're using/abusing is "crazy".
The person you may feel you "fell in love" with simply does not exist.
Note too, that although this has the name "Nigerian Scam", people perpetrating it are not necessarily in Nigeria. Or, they may be in western Europe, or the US or Canada. Other romance scams originated in Romania or Russia. In all fairness to the majority of people in or from Nigeria, the plurality of people in that country are decent, law-abiding citizens.
In no way is this construed to be a general dislike for any group of people anywhere. This scam continues because a) People don't suspect, and assume that cashier's checks and money orders are "as good as cash".
It is the financial and emotional equivalent of rape. If you are a victim, or intended victim of this, PLEASE report as much information as you can.
If you need some support or assistance in reporting it, or are treated like a (possible) criminal yourself by law enforcement or called "stupid" for it, of have fear such, the people at the Romance Scams are great to support you, as well as providing links and support if you already have been scammed, are currently involved with becoming or are a current victim, as well as assisting you in reporting the situation to banks, merchants, and law enforcement agencies.
b) People who are defrauded keep quiet about it out of their shame.
c) Sometimes, if they do report it, or talk about it, to friends, family, or even law enforcement, they are told they are "dumb" to fall for such a thing, and treated as the criminal themselves!
I want to tell you about a type of scum-of-the-earth I have encountered. I have learned that this is a huge problem, estimated at reeling in an astounding billion per year from American, Canadian, European, and Australian victims. The Nigerian scammer, regardless of his or her nationality, ethnicity, or physical location, has no remorse, no guilt, about any of this.
We were men and women who happen to have the qualities of being open, compassionate, loving, and trusted those who we loved and we believed loved us.
But, for a fee, a ghost writer will rewrite your online profile with the promise of making you more attractive to others. " "These modern-day cupids are popping up across the Internet. Modeling agencies from where many scammers steal "their pics" - if you find your new online "friend's" pic on these sites, it's a sure thing they're a scammer, or at least very dishonest!