Darn, I thought I’d met my true love III

I shoulda read this first and maybe I did but did not pay attention read it …She needed food stuff… I DONE BEEN SCAMMED…WATCH OUT…AFTER I WASH MY CLOTHES,

I am going to fight some battles on Facebook!!!  ROFLOL…

Love scam: Some scammers are a little tougher to find. They will express their deep love for you (even though they’ve never met you) and will soon discuss wanting to meet you in person. They will often say they’ve singled out your profile. More often than not the letter looks like it’s generic (ie. a form letter designed for anyone). If it’s a man, he’ll be vague about his profession but will almost always mention that he travels extensively. It may take two to three letters, but he’ll likely mention Nigeria (or just "West Africa"), South Africa or Malaysia. If it’s a woman she’ll likely mention Nigeria, GHANA (or just "West Africa"), Russia or Ukraine. The next step is to get you to send them money for some dire cause (mother is sick and needs an operation; can’t pay a bill; stuck in a hotel with no money; need money desperately to save a business deal, etc.). Likewise, they may claim they wish to meet you and need you to purchase a plane ticket so they can visit you. This is very common request for Russian scammers. They will often mention that "age is just a number" or "distance is no barrier to love". This scam is often targeted to members 15-20 years their senior.

Trouble was…I was so broke…did not have any money to send them…ROFLOL…

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