Online dating can be rough, and no matter how many safeguards are in place in the multiple legitimate dating websites out there, the scammers are getting around the blocks and still luring in potential victims.
To cut a long story short, within a few days of writing I noticed that his profile and his mails to me via CS were removed from the system. Well, I have lived in the States and knew he was lying. This one was from 2005 and on that profile he claimed to be divorced and on the CS profile he was a 'widow'.
And at the same time I noticed he came on the Yahoo IM, so I decided to chat with him. I thought his English was not very good and told him so. I told him during our chat that I firmly believed he wasn't who he claimed he was.
They are people dying to cash in on men's feelings. Well, the truth is he really does NOT want to meet someone like that. How would you react to that kind of heart-rending letter?
Such a request should immediately put a man on his guard. He sure is convinced this woman is completely innocent. After all, he wants to meet her just as badly, doesn't he?
As soon as deleted him from messenger list (MSN and Yahoo), he is no longer on the site either... nos worked, he posted that he was from Wisconson, then he was stationed in London England, then all a sudden he was landing in Nigeria with his daughter!!!! His pictures were that of a tall caucasian white guy... he is very good with his words, praises you, calls you beautiful, sweet.... : Yes I was contacted by a man who called himself Tim, originally from Texas but working as a civil engineer on contract in the UK.