@totalmisfit: Please PLEASE pay attention. What Pinky just laid out is THE WAY IT REALLY IS. We wouldn't kid you. If you'd like to learn how to bait the cockroaches there are a number of us who would be more than happy to teach you, but do not do this on your own ... you will end up doing more harm than good.
Which in turn will cause more victims to be scammed. Can you live with that?
Hello... my first post here.
So... I guess I may be an unsuspecting fool at heart. I met a seemingly wonderful girl from the Philippines on good old Facebook. She is separated from her partner, and has a 4 year old girl. I fell head over heels for this girl and her daughter. I thought I was doing good and sent her some cash - the first time. Then shortly afterwards a requwst for help with food and school dues was sent to her. Now she says she needs money for the electric bill and food again. I started to get suspicious and told her I just dont have anymore to give, and she then started in on what I call a guilt trip by saying things such as "what am I going to do? My daughter needs her milk and foods." and similar statements. Another thing she does is going overboard with the "I love you's", "Can't be without you", "Cant wait to be married" and just trying to fill me up with gooey words. It's very difficult for me to determine if she is true or fake. However, I think it is fake. I do not intend to send anymore money to her.
Your statement of offering to help set her up to determine if she is truly a scammer is intriguing and would like it if you can give me advice on how to set her up to find out if true or not. Could you help in that regard please?
I think I probably goy myself scammed and have lost the money of course, but I think I have become much mor savvy about these people, though the hard way.
Thank you very much.