Online dating scams accra ghana
Each of these locations have IP addresses, that we are working on getting, and when we do, it actually would be easy to block them by the dating sites.
Of course they go through proxy servers too, but many times they do not.
It is a starting point, in how we can ultimatly hold the dating website operators accountable for their failures to police their profiles.
Also we have found a connection between some scammer phone numbers and the phone numbers of the Internet Cafes, so we list those as well, so they will show in Google searches. Of course, speed is not so important to the scammers, and is one of the reasons they seem to respond slowly, but they don't care, rarely do they use Skype or Video Chat. Six computers share a single slow wireless modem connection.
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HAMPTON FALLS -- Scam artists are tapping into the online dating market, and in two cases in Hampton Falls, have stolen thousands of dollars from women who thought they had a romantic relationship.
female pictures most frequently used by African scammers.
ALL PICTURES ARE STOLEN FROM INNOCENT THIRD PARTIES.
These are examples of some of the most notorious scams in the world of online dating and on the internet in general.The stories may range from a businessman having an accident while in Nigeria for work to a helpless woman being stranded in Ghana; from asking for charity donations for Africa to a family member having a brain hemorrhage while in Africa.We list them here, not to promote them - they don't need our help for that - but to draw international awareness to the problem.In reality, the scammers are Africans from Nigeria and Ghana.
People on the pictures are not associated with scammers in any way, they are just victims of identity theft.The local women were duped out of thousands of dollars they'll likely never recover, Police Chief Robbie Dirsa said.