“He was saying all the right things,” she remembered. It’s called a romance scam, and this devastating Internet crime is on the rise.
If I would have known, I would certainly never have spent a penny there. I want to tell about what I am currently going through.
There are SOME real women on the site, but they live miles and miles from you, and you probably will never meet them. The site is a scam and just about everything negative all you guys wrote happned to me.
So she is from two of the most hip and metropolitan cities in the country..a degree from UCLA I might add.. SHe then married a sheik and moved to Nigeria to work for an "oil conglomerate" as an auditor.
( this oil co has no name)Her sheik was married already..again she wasn't smart enough to research that before marriage..
They are availabe Washington State time from to PM M-F.
If you use the webtool TINEYE, you can verify where the porn pictures originated, and that most of the girls on the Milfaholic site are not real.
Victims—predominantly older widowed or divorced women targeted by criminal groups usually from Nigeria—are, for the most part, computer literate and educated. And con artists know exactly how to exploit that vulnerability because potential victims freely post details about their lives and personalities on dating and social media sites.
Trolling for victims online “is like throwing a fishing line,” said Special Agent Christine Beining, a veteran financial fraud investigator in the FBI’s Houston Division who has seen a substantial increase in the number of romance scam cases.
Not only are they scam artists, they aren't too good about it. Really, I have to give it one star to have my comments published? Used same picture of same girl with different user name and different town and state. Shortly after registration of my email with the site, it wasn't long before I was messaged by a woman claiming to be from Grimes, Pa. Grimes is not any kind of incorporated city or town.