So frustrated with online dating topic dating
Another story that comes to my mind belongs to Czech writer Carel Chapek.It was a novel about a police detective who unexpectedly met two of his former clients at a posh restaurant, a respectably looking man in his 50th and a middle aged glossy woman - the joke was that both of them were famous marital scammers, and were extracting money from the opposite sex promising to marry their victims.Age and looks are not important but he must have a heart of gold".(I am quoting by memory trying to translate back from Russian - so please be forgiving.) To ensure that police wouldn't have problems with their little enterprise, they found a real widow, and put some meaningful amount on her name at the bank.Both were very angry and frustrated when found out the truth about their partner for the dinner!Well, leaving along the classic literature, what I was trying to say is that marriage frauds are not new to this world. You can encounter a similar problem using local personals. All you need is several pictures of a cute girl (I am surprised to see what kind of pictures some men fall for!I remember a story of American author O'Henry about the legendary scammer Jeff Peters who practiced his skills in matrimonial industry long before the Internet (I read it in grade 6 - of course, in translation to Russian).To refresh your memory, him and his loyal friend Andy Takers decided to organize a low risk venture by placing an ad at a newspaper for singles: "Wealthy nice widow is looking for an honest kind man who will take a good care of her and her capitals.
So of course you must be aware of the fact that there are some individuals out there who may try to extract from you some amount in cash playing on your feelings. Do you give up looking for a car only because your neighbor's car engine collapsed the next day after he brought it home? Look at the Black List - the same letters are used again and again, it's just pictures and names that change from time to time. ), a computer with Internet access and a couple of female acquaintances that are (for a modest fee) willing to pick up Western Union transfers for you. Most often it was not you who initiated the acquaintance; you received a letter from a lovely Russian female who was interested in you.She answers your questions - well, probably misses some of them, but she does answer when you ask. You will never know how much money does she make per month if don't ask.With all the clear differences, you are likely to misjudge your correspondents.In opposite, an honest woman will usually have distinctive requirements to her prospective partner, with the words "educated" and "financially secure" to be seen most often. Her letters are seldom regular like sunrise - she has some other responsibilities, and this is not her way of making a living!
Almost impossible that she says: "I love you", in anything earlier than 2-3 months (if ever!Scammers (with their "romantic" letters) always stand out.