American online dating scams
Women in Russia are more interested in your warm heart and great personality, not your money.They are not looking for a meat ticket like American women - but sending them money is changing that...Right now, the Black List contains more than 500 pages of information. Copy and paste and put in quotation marks phrases up to 10 words, and see if someone has used the same phrases in letters before. I emailed you about someone I suspected as a scammer and you were correct. I can say if I did not research, purchase and read your e-book on scams, and received your email reply, I would have been lead around by the nose by this scammer for probably months, maybe even a year.Thank you for setting my path straight and I will not look back on this time as the worst time in my life, but as a turning point of awareness about scams and about what I need to do to change my life, to make sure the woman I find for a wife will stay by my side for the rest of our lives and not before.Click here to read more about me) So please put all the facts together, clear and straight to the point - so anyone of any intellectual level would understand what happened.Emotions are fine but do not let them overwhelm the facts. Check all the names, addresses and odd phrases from the letters you receive (especially personal names, mispronunciations etc).You can also check the website of the email provider to find a link to report abuse: i.e.check the website look for the link "Report abuse" or "Report spam".)PLEASE NOTE: We at Black List don't do anything else except publishing reports that we receive from our visitors. If you have detected that you are in contact with a scammer (found the same letters or photos in the Black List updates or Black List archive, have been asked for money for any reason by a person you met online, etc), this is what you should do: Unfortunately I do not have time for editing your stories.
(Most of my time I successfully help single Russian women and western men to find each other; this Black List is just my volunteer input to the community.
Investigators say there could be more victims that have not been identified.
The fraud utilized the infamous "visa and airfare" scheme: Mc Coy and his wife Anna were posing as Russian women seeking marriage and a non-existing Russian marriage agency that would provide women with visas and tickets.
We have created our own flock of scammers right here in America.
Many American men (including myself) will complain that women have heads like cash registers but they never think that we are the ones that created this.