one for the good guys, recently I wasgoed duped by a dating scam upon arrival te Ghana I could not give a destination address and immigration would not let mij pass I told them that she wasgoed waiting for mij on the other side and would provide an address wij went together and there wasgoed a Ten year old holding a sign with my name and when the officer went to question the boy where is the damsel the boy humid his pants the officer asked the boy who sent him he pointed out a group of 20 something guys and they arrested one and the surplus ran for voorkant I wasgoed detained and held te protective custody by the police I wasgoed taken to a hotel near the airport and asked not to leave overheen the next two weeks the 22 year old boy confessed to masterminding the slot thing and said he invented all three of the names and fake ID’s used ter the scam included te the scam wasgoed Two persons from the immigration service regarding transfer of gold into my name to be shiped to the USA
Ter brief the immigration service wasgoed not involved and took it very personally that they were used te the scam. The police man assigned to protect mij from the others is now one of my best friends and thought enough of mij after all the crap I brought to their onderbrak step to introduce mij to a woman that is a cousin of his wifes and wij are now dating.
What I should have done ter the very first place is go to Ghana on vacation and let it be known I wasgoed interested te a gf and the entire country would have suggested mij their sisters. It would have bot cheaper
Spil it is I know all of the immigration officers and all of the police at the airport police station and there are no dishonest immigration officials or dishonest police investigators
It is effortless for people to get fake IDs and with your money.
The arrested man had bought a car with my money and the diminished his sentince if he signed it overheen to mij and I agreed after the uncle pleaded with mij to showcase grace. They released the man and is presently being observed to see if he will lead them to the surplus of the vaart and this the Ghana FBI is sure that there are others involved and experince has instructed them its Nigerian dudes they have open borders and they cant keep them out of Ghana.
I wasgoed told that at least Two studs getting off every plane that grounds is being scamed
This story is free to you but it cost mij 25,000 so take it for what it is worth.
Go there it a superb place to visit and a good place to invest te there future growth their economy is growing rapid and there are good realestate investments, there are many fair business people there that are willing to help you from being ripped off
Oh by the way I went to the I netwerk cafes and there no women te there only fellows
If you need more informatie voeling mij At [email protected]
Wow. What a story. I am glad that it somehow had a happy-ish ending for you. It certainly could have bot worse, I think.
I’ve bot touting off about dating scams on this webstek for a long time, and wasgoed upset when they shut down the forum for being ",inappropriate.", You resurrected the need for it.
That is a scaring statistic about Two studs on each and every plane, but likely it is higher than that.
Thank you very much for sharing. I project on linking your story to my latest blog.
Thanks for your posting.
i wasgoed wanting to no, that the pic that the studs voorstelling of themselves youthfull and getraind, one i wasgoed talking to wasgoed very light skinned and he said he wished mij to come to ghana, accra, i asked for a address and he talent mij p.o. opbergruimte, and he says he is a us citizen and with flght and visa and passport for him and his child the cost is 4500 and he has paid 3800 and needs my help with a 1000 help
If he is a US citizen, he doesn’t need a visa to get back to US. A r/t tour flight for an adult is about $1200, for a kid it’s 75% of that. With more than $3000 that he claims he has, he should have bot back ter the US already. He is lounging.
Thanks for this informatie! I have bot targeted many times on Black Planet by women who keuze they want to talk and after a few minutes they start telling you that they love. next it’s send mij some money. It is a big spel to fleece the fellows who surf dating sites and other social networks! Guys Beware!
i think this is happening to mij spil wij speak.
i love to talk and surf the netwerken. which often times includes dating and(other) sites.
within Two days the gal ter ghana wasgoed(is) ter love with mij.
I am not an unseasoned traveler or internet user.
I am sort of going along with the flow. she asked for my total name, which I did not give, but, I very likely made the mistake of providing hier my business’ webstek.
she says she is Aussie and hier mom is from Ghana and thats why she is there. incidentally. she said she recently lost hier job, te the families, GOLD business. how nosey.
Glad to hear that your antennae is up on the Aussie chick. Why don’t you string hier along for a while and keep hier busy — the longer she thinks she’s got you ",hooked", the less chance she’ll pull te some poor, uninformed, misguided sucker, er, soul. ,-)
Just tonight I wasgoed almost scammed by a ",Rubben Dellings", – [email protected] – whom I met through eHarmony. I wasgoed suspicious from the embark but every protestation I raised he seemed to surmount. I could find nothing indicating he wasgoed a scammer on the internet. He posed spil a native of Germany which wasgoed an excellent voorkant for his poor grammar. He seemed ter such a big hurry to build an attachment that I nicknamed him ",Monsieur Lu-uhve", when I spoke of him to my friends, but eventually I became persuaded that he truly cared for mij.
That is, until this ",international contractor", bruised his laptop and needed mij to send him an HP Pavilion dv 6500. The PO Opbergruimte he talent mij to send it to is one for that looks like a list of contractors for a ministry:
Westelijk AFRICA. I can only imagine they’ll be spil displeased spil the office of immigration.
He named ",Solomon Nutakor", spil his supposed assistant, and had given mij the phone number (209) 487-0928 ter hopes of getting my phone number from mij. I called him while wij were online talking and he said, ",u calling,", so for some reason he talent the juist phone number. I give you thesis details to waaks you, if you are ter voeling. I have given them to the FBI and want to get them to the US Consulate te Accra and the Ghanaian police, if I can figure out how.
Ter our internet communications, I sometimes got the impression he’d forgotten what he’d told mij. Looking back, I can see some lessons to be collective. Here are some signs that you are talking to a scammer:
1) Their reply to your e-mail gives no indication they’ve understood what you just said. Don’t excuse their poor directive of the English language, assume that, at best, they are not able to communicate well enough with you for them to get to know you or for you to get to know them or that, at worst, they are scammers. Either way, not a good candidate for a meaningful relationship.
Two) The more torrid their professions of love, the less likely they are true. Don’t bother calling them on their exaggerated or hurried exclamations of love, they’ll just repeat them until you believe them. Any human being, if they hear something repeated enough, commences to believe it’s true. You don’t need to be looking back asking yourself how you, a clever person, could be so dumb.
Trio) Don’t count on the dating service’s security measures. One scammer from months ago (whom I had the good fortune to avoid because at that point I believed internet talk
ing wasgoed for sneaky people) had his identity verified by the dating service to brand him spil legitimate. How that happened, I don’t know.
Four) If their dating profile or match is all of a sudden closed without explanation, don’t ask them about it.
I did, and he said it wasgoed because he’d already met the love of his life (yes, mij) and he didn’t need it anymore. Someone else has most likely already complained.