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I am a moderator on a website called romancescam.com. A victim of a Nigerian romance scammer, recently posted in our support forum that she met up with the guy through your web site, suddenlysenior.com. I thought you must be running a new senior dating or social networking site, so checked you out with the intention of posting a fake profile of myself, in hopes of catching and exposing a few of these guys. It's big business in Africa. Millions of US dollars are siphoned there, monthly.
I have discovered that you're not the kind of web site where these scammers usually frequent, however since one did manage to get through and harm one of your members, I thought perhaps I could enlist your support and assistance in getting warnings out to your members and readers. We have a lot of already prepared media releases on the site, but I'd be happy to write as well. Would you consider linking to our site and broadcasting a warning out to your membership, as well?
We are non-profit and volunteer, if that makes a difference for you.
Let me know,
I presume you refer to suddenlyseniordating.com, not
suddenlysenior.com. suddenlyseniordating.com is actually run on our behalf
by seniormatch.com, we are just an affiliate site. We don't have direct
responsibility for site operation. Members who join the site are part of
their much larger pool, so anyone being scammed is not likely being scammed
by one of "our" members. And frankly the number of people who have joined
through the affiliate program is tiny. I suggest you contact Seniormatch.com
I do applaud your intentions and will review your site and consider adding
it to the Dating section of our Links page.
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