This is when the girl announces she would gladly come to you but she has no money for visa at the moment.If you really like the girl, you will most probably give her USD 200 to 300 for visa.While staying in touch, you receive warm and hearty letters continuously saying she liked you from the first sight and she was searching for you for the whole life.After you have been communicating for some time (it can be a week or a month), the question of meeting logically arises.Let's first consider the situation from man's point of view, as men most often become scammers' victims.You communication can be initiated either by you or a girl from a dating site.The subsequent scenario will develop depending on the scammer's professionalism and boldness.
And even those who have read the warning take it carelessly being sure of their ability to identify scammers and avoid harm. She told me all about this great man she met while browsing a few dating sites. We chatted for about a week before we decided to officially meet. He's handsome and smart, but his job is always taking him across the country. The story he's telling you, that they're trying to split things up (and that they're doing it for the kids), is usually B. Here are three guys you meet online (or in person) that you NEED to stay away from at all costs:1. Still Married If a man lives in the same house as his wife, there's a good chance he's still married. Every few day he's in a new city pulling the same game. Unless you're a relator or an actual tour guide, he's playing you. He's handed out his e-mail, cut it and pasted it, to hundreds of women on the same online dating site, hoping one or two will bite. Avoid being another notch in his belt, and avoid being saved in his phone as a city instead of your name.3. Texter Here's the man who is either a picture collector or in love with the way he looks. Come on now, did you think he was that charming and needed a tour guide? He cannot get laid in his hometown without getting caught, so he takes his show on the road.