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Her IP shows up from Germany and yet she claims she's in Russia. That tends to indicate a scam.2cool wrote:ok. She has probably sent me 50 pics and 25 pics of where she grew up. And one pic of the outside place of her job. Even though Google earth doesnt show street wiev it looks authentic. But her passport pic and IP address that changes all the time is screwing with my mind.
I asked her three times to send her specific pics to me, and she did. But she could still be a girl working with the scammer - the person i talk to for real.
She also calls me to talk to me. But i have read that, that also can be a part of a scam. The number she uses is this: +1 (646) 300-8760 (Integrated path - Negotiation Point) I guess she uses a call-back service to save money.
It is not easy to be a genuine woman looking for love these days. It must be hard to walk the thin line of not making the man think she is a scammer. There is so many rules for spotting a scammer. What rules are left for a real woman to get a man?
2cool wrote:There is so many rules for spotting a scammer. What rules are left for a real woman to get a man?
2cool wrote:I just feel it is wrong to ditch her based on statistcs and theories.
"Baby, i am ditching you because you are a scammer due to a statistic and a theory. "
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