Filipino chinese dating

16-Oct-2015 19:25

We are often contacted by men, who have been scammed by con artists, pretending to be single women. It depends on the measures the scammer has taken (or not taken) to hide his identity.It also depends on how far the scam has progressed and whether or not the scammer is aware that you are on to him or her.In one of the most prolific cons, the con artist a small group of Chinese men and an English speaking girl post a travel website and put a personal profile for the girl on,, and other dating sites.The girl poses as a foreigner (usually Filipino) who lives in Guangzhou, Shenzhen or other city in Southern China.

The contact is always through email, telephone and text messages.

The girl then agrees to marry the man and go to meet him in his country (US, Australia, UK, etc.).

She asks for money to apply for a Visa, then money for a trip to be interviewed.

They have a website and the man who answers the phone speaks English.

The con artists provide copies of her ID, Passport and of the Visa she obtained… All money sent to the woman is sent via Western Union, which provides no security to the sending party – no way to stop or reverse a payment and no way to identify the recipient, as they use a fake ID to pick up the money.She then asks for the man to buy a plane ticket through the travel agency she provides.

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