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Scammer David Mavah
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 64%
Scammer Marcus Antonio Alexander
unknown ,Accra (Ghana) ,,
Danger: 90%
Scammer Mark Baron
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 78%
Scammer David Martin
101 West 129 South; Logan, UT 84321-8236, USA
Al qasimi st, Sharjah, UAE ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 85%

Scammer James Miller
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 80%
Scammer Mario Bertolini
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 75%
Scammer Glenn Bradford
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 70%
Scammer Raymond Thompson
unknown ,Pretoria (South Africa) ,,
Danger: 70%
Scammer David Magid
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 65%
Scammer Dennis Hans
unknown ,Lagos (Nigeria) ,,
Danger: 65%

Scam! Scammer!! Male Romance Scammers Everywhere!

Looking to find a companion or a soul mate through online dating websites? Remember, the risk of falling victim to male scammers through dating websites is on the rise. Majority of people can be trusted, but you must be aware of online liars, as concern grows about the scale of the problem, with Male scammers milking several thousands of dollars. Identifying vulnerable and lonely hearts having money to make the fraud worthwhile is the outcome of a highly structured series of questions designed to bring forth the key financial information. With women being duped out of thousands of dollars and more, it is always good to be on your guard while dating online and never to be lulled into a false sense of security. They will come up with their own stories to try to appeal to your sensitive and romantic side. On all occasions, the ending will be of no surprise to experts on romance scams, i.e., Mr. XXX would have needed to lend him a few thousand dollars to deal with one of the many plights he had fabricated. Never let your guard down. Online dating is fun, but there is so much of danger in it, it's about separating the wheat from the chaff. Read on to get equipped about the behaviors to watch out for.

Whom do they target?

Vulnerable females are the main target. Typically, women aged mid-40s to mid-60s looking for companionship fall prey to male romance scammers. Women who are divorced or widowed, who feel rejected and people recovering from illnesses and the ones with weight problems are also targeted. The main reason, why these people are targeted is because it makes them anxious; their ability to find love and this turns out to be potentially more approachable to the crook.

How to identify these fake flakes?

These fake flakes may only be interested in your money if he tries to:

  • Ask personal information of yours, at the very beginning of the relationship. Well, the flipside of this is also a warning sign, say if the potential suitor brings up their own personal information or try to discuss his own financial situation in any form.
  • Makes plans to visit you, but be unable to do because of a tragic event.
  • Sends a snap of himself that looks like something from the magazine
  • Presses you to leave the site you got in touch with initially and correspond using personal e-mail or instant messaging. This is because online dating sites can boot members who show signs of tricky behavior.
  • Profess instant love spells
  • Unrealistic promises
  • Say he is traveling or working overseas
  • Asks money for a variety of reasons, often hospitals bills for a child, travel or medical emergencies, pawning jewelry or, losses from a financial setback.
Addressing the problem

Though, these scammers are located in different parts of the world, there is a lot of talk about the reality of these people hailing from parts of Accra Ghana, Russia and Nigeria. Therefore, addressing this problem is not as simple as blocking visitors (IPs) because these scammers are having an access to the internet via satellite servers, with the IPs of other neighboring countries. With a rising list of male scammers, most of the dating sites are prohibiting mass emails, taking precautions to monitor such scam languages. Even though, reputed sites block tricks like this one with great refinement. The truth is that, even the best social networking and dating site can sometimes find it difficult to detect everything, given that, many of these scammers are accessing the internet via satellite servers, using the IPs of other neighboring countries. This is one of the predominant reasons why online users have to be on their guard.

If they deem inappropriate, it is highly recommended that you stay away and report.

Though there are fewer romance scams investigated compared to other internet-based hoaxes, the financial losses suffered are far greater, fraud and cybercrime report says. These scammers will send out messages like bait, and many times they are capable of catching a woman as well. Our database containing thousands and even more photos, letters and false documents will reveal the fact, so women can see for themselves whether the man they are corresponding with over the Internet is fake or not. Keep yourself updated on all the latest and invaluable information that has been added to our database about male scammers and have a scam free life.

This page has a list of scammers involved in romance scams, military romance scams, dating scams and more. Deal with care if you encounter these dating / romance scammers. We have the following romance scammers listed in this page David Mavah, Marcus Antonio Alexander, Mark Baron, David Martin, James Miller, Mario Bertolini, Glenn Bradford, Raymond Thompson, David Magid, Dennis Hans, .

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