Most fake photos on the Internet are
copied from Facebook profiles of unsuspecting women and sent to gullible
men who are looking for partners on various singles exchanges. Once the
first contact has been made, the men quickly receive expressions of love
and are showered with attention. Online dating scams are not only common
in Eastern Europe, but unfortunately worldwide.
Beware of revealing
photos of women
Special care should be taken when you see permissive and erotic photos of
the women on the website. Here your low instincts as a man are addressed
with the intention to lure you into the love trap to rip you off. Serious
Ukrainian women have a natural attitude to sexuality, but for these women
it would be a no-go to portray themselves so erotically as fair game.
Beware of free correspondence
Unfortunately, there are some international dating agencies and singles
exchanges that make use of the art of IKM writers (dialogue writers) who
send you beautiful letters by email. Without proof in the form of the
handwritten original letter, these letters are in most cases worthless and
a deliberate fake to win and collect you as a paying customer.
Another variant is paid correspondence for a fee. The forwarding of
letters can cost between 8.00 and 25.00 euros per letter. These small
amounts can go very quickly into the thousands of euros. The IKM writer
receives a commission from it and he is naturally anxious to hold you as
long as possible with the bar. The principle is the same as with the
chargeable 0190 and/or today 0900 call numbers.
The women who allegedly wrote these letters will hardly be able to meet
you personally. Unfortunately many partner-looking for men are too
good-believing, since it concerns their very private feelings and longings
and fall on it.
Fact is that the Ukrainian, Polish as well as Russian women are very
writing lazy and with serious interest always prefer a personal meeting
locally, in order to get to know itself more near. For this you should
study our page Recommendations regarding IKM writers.
Every partner seeking man can become victim and target of fraudsters
You don't have to be rich or stupid to do that. They only have to yearn
for a new love and are therefore more susceptible than in normal life to
expressions of love, especially when young beautiful women report via the
Ideal goals are partner-looking for men, who indicated in their partner
profiles with single exchanges as occupation independent, managing
director, manager, engineer, professor, physician, tax counselor or
They are mostly men in the 40s to 60s, because they are mostly more
successful in their profession and it is assumed that they are more
susceptible to expressions of love from beautiful very young women. As a
single man, one quickly dreams of a future together with these beautiful
So be careful with fake
Internet love when it comes to your money
These women build up a relationship of trust with their future gullible
victims through chats, e-mails, social networks and telephone calls, with
the sole aim of pulling the money out of your pocket.
You don't think that could happen to you?
It is very difficult to detect a scam immediately before the alleged
single woman asks for money, be it for a used computer or mobile phone to
keep in touch with him, a sudden doctor's bill for getting sick, passport
costs, airline tickets, etc.
A gentleman helps naturally gladly, if it feels butterflies in the belly
Especially when the lady claims to be coming to Germany shortly to meet
him. Usually he also receives a forged passport copy of the lady, so that
the history is more credible. It only starts with small amounts e.g. 80
Euro for a passport and flight ticket 400 Euro.
The gentleman gladly transfers these amounts, since the woman is already
tomorrow at the airport. What he doesn't know at this time is that he will
stand alone at the airport and receives a phone call with the excuse that
she couldn't leave because she has to prove 1,500 Euro travel money at
What bad luck!!
Now the game of rip-off starts all over again. The gentleman quickly
borrows 2,000 euros from friends and acquaintances and sends it back to
his alleged dream woman via Western Union. Again the arrival day of his
beloved is coming, the gentleman again at the airport full of
anticipation, but the beloved does not get off the plane.
He calls her via mobile phone, no connection, he calls 2 hours later and
only reaches the mailbox. One or two days later the alleged dream woman
answers again. Her mother has become surprisingly ill, she couldn't leave,
she had to go directly to the hospital, his money was spent for the
operation, but she now takes the next plane, only the travel money is
Has our gentleman woken up now?
Not at all, he is a believer who sits in a love trap and whom you can milk
more and more. Like a cow that sends milk every day, or in this case
always money. And that with a fake woman whom he has never met and will
never meet in your life. An individual case? Certainly not, as tens of
thousands of men fall for this rip-off every year.