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Exactly! A very cruel joke! will not even wish it to anyone, even my worst enemy!I know that victims continue to think that their scammer is a person. I used to think this too until I read a thousand articles on this site. My scammer sent me photos of a very attractive gentleman. When we chatted online, I would look at his pictures and solidified a connection in my mind that this was who I was talking to. I was sent outdoor, indoor and family pictures so it was easy to place my scammer in any situation. If he mentioned he was at a tennis match, I had a photo I would look at of him in sports clothes and I would feel that he was being truthful.
This is why it was so hard for me to believe that my scammer was not a handsome white guy but an African teenager. This is probably the hardest truth I have had to accept. I could accept that I lost money, I could accept that I was fooled but I can't accept that the guy I spoke to for months, laughed with, played scrabble with, argued with, fell in love with did not exist.
Really true I met many real people through the internet. Only if you know and have the knowledge of how and what to look for, then you will find real people.Real people don't send you waves of poetry. No baby, no honey. They talk just like real people do.They look just like those people you meet on the streets, malls or on your office. Good looking, not so good looking, fat. thin, lots of hair, bald etc. etc. The good thing of meeting real people is, they don't ask you for money or favor.it is so very sad that one has to resort to this , because I do feel that there are real men out there looking to find true love
Hi ERR2,No baby, no honey
TRUE!!!....Karma will take the turn sooner or later and they will be serve what they deserve.....
Ich kann euch so gut verstehen ...
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