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You will then be requested to send a large amount of money for treatment and promises that you will be paid back ASAP.
Scammers often use female profiles as well to fool their potential victim.They might say that someone has died leaving millions or they might be a corrupt government official draining federal funds and they want to share this unbelievable fortune with you.All they need is a sum of your money to get things rolling or to cover bank fees.This is an extreme case of online dating scamming but should serve as a wake up call to all online daters; do you really know who is on the other end of that email or phone?Of course millions of people have flown across countries and continents to find the loves of their life but it's important to keep personal safety in mind.The money extracted from victims in North America, Europe and Australia translates to huge fortunes for the scammers who are willing to put weeks or months of work into getting a good payout. Many scammers are well educated and all are heartless so read on for common African online dating scams and protect yourself. You might be interacting with a man, say, "William Jones" from USA/ UK/ Australia/ Canada or some other Western country.
After some time, "William" has to travel to Nigeria or Ghana for some reason e.g.
Talking about ‘Successful Marriage’ on Class FM’s Executive Breakfast Show, he said that “times have changed and by the time couples settle down the women may have been exposed to different kinds of men with different s*xual experiences and if the husbands do not live up to such standards, the wives tend to seek pleasure elsewhere,” reports Class Fm.
According to Dr Boateng, financial challenges contribute greatly to husbands, often the providers in the family, spending so much time working to earn enough income for the family at the expense of quality time with their spouses–which leads to their spouses cheating.
Again, they pretend to be a woman from a Western country while all the while being based in Nigeria.
They then solicit you for money for a charity they run in Nigeria or Ghana.
Supposedly named after a defunct piece of Nigerian Law the 419 scam has been operating in various incarnations for years.