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Maybe that dream girl you've been talking to for the past couple of weeks seems a little too good to be true?
(full story) 8/11/2017 There are different scam scenarios. Scammer tries to keep up a regular correspondence, but all letters you receive contain only general content and there is no concrete information in them. You receive a photo of a potential date and the photo doesn't match up (e.g.
the photo looks like it is from a magazine or the description the person has given of themselves doesn't match the photo)...
Women who are educated, beautiful, talented, vibrant, exciting, earthy, open minded and loving.
And they are all interested in meeting a good western man, a man just like you. A China girl is generally physically attractive, usually slender, often petite, rarely obese, and tends towards being graceful and delicate.For some, the seemingly endless supply of rich and easy-to-fool laowai (foreigner) is too tempting.I think the reason many foreign tourists get scammed in China is because they let their guard down.The smarter con artists and scammers operate in “grey area” of the law, where the only proof against them is your word against theirs (yes, even in China, the police need proof).In other words, many scams have a high reward-to-risk ratio.Every day smart subscribers thank us saying they would have been scammed if they didn't subscribe to Scam Busters. Subscribe FREE to Scam Busters, a public service and the #1 publication on Internet fraud.