Thailand internet dating scams


07-Oct-2020 10:19

“The Internet makes this type of crime easy because you can pretend to be anybody you want to be,” FBI special agent Christine Beining, a fraud investigator in the Houston division, has declared.

“You can be anywhere in the world and victimize people.” And scammers are not just targeting the United States.

The victim is often all too willing to believe him.

A few have even accepted invitations to travel to Nigeria or another country, with frightening results. If you’re in an online relationship, take it slowly.

He then blackmails the victim by threatening to release the videos or photos on Facebook or email unless she pays him off.

A scam based in Nigeria The victims tend to be widowed or divorced women in their fifties targeted by criminal syndicates usually based in Nigeria, according to the FBI.

As the FBI puts it, “Victims who have agreed to meet in person with an online love interest have been reported missing, or injured, or in one instance, deceased.” How to avoid romance scams Taking some commonsense precautions can greatly reduce the risk of falling victim to a romance scam. Since social media profiles may be fake, do online searches on your sweetie’s photo and profile to see if it has appeared somewhere else.



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