By pulling data from these profiles, they have created the average male and female scammer profiles - including everything from their age to their hair, job, eye colour and posture.They found the most common female profile, set up for romance scamming purposes, is a brunette in her twenties (29 was the most common age) with blue eyes.I have recently been scammed by a Nigerian man posing as a white Hispanic man. We hope this site will save someone life, money and serves as PRE-WARNING TO ALL ONLINE DATING MEMBERS before they venture into online dating in various site.
No need to spend hundreds of dollars and hire a private detective.That would also be a sort of scam, because there is NOTHING they can tell you about an overseas individual other than what you can find on your own FOR FREE on the Internet. Put it in quotes, to make sure you are searching for this exact phraze.They monitor all your emails, YM and your reporting. If you have a virus attacked in your YM then your email has been HACKED., CHANGE YOUR EMAIL/YM PASSWORD, block thier message it may contain virus or if the IP is from your own country for sure it is a SCAM when he claims to be overseas- right!For other emails please check out this website for the instructions: - this site is useful to inform you if your date is telling the truth when he say he is going to bed,work,travelling,etc, just type their YM ID and you are able to check if they are telling the truth......Please note that some networks require registration in order to see the search results.
The most important is Facebook, as almost everybody has it.
Now, a study has revealed just what a typical scammer looks like - from their eye colour to their posture and even their political stance.
Scroll down for video Experts at Scamalytics, who provide anti-scammer software to dating sites, sift through millions of fake profiles every year.
No need to enter the entire message or description, just the most prominent parts.
See if you can find the same exact sentences on somebody else's profile or on any scam list.
Nigerian scam comes in many forms: 419 scam, when they offer to transfer millions of dollars into your bank account, or lottery scam, when they tell you that you've won something in some bogus lottery.