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How To Avoid Scams When Searching For A Mail Order Bride

Published:
August 08, 2019
Scam

”This will never happen to me.” This is a phrase we all say to ourselves from time to time. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t, but please, don’t think that you are smarter than thousands of people who have been defrauded. Still, we don’t want you to avoid online dating like the plague – if you are single, you can really find the right girl. Or a fraud. All depends entirely on what your strategy is.

How to avoid scams without leaving the dating sites?

This is a short guide to avoid frauds on international websites, and some of them may be applied to the communication on any platforms, sites, and forums on the Web.

Choose a trusted site

The first thing you need to do is to conduct your little research and choose a trusted site to join. Of course, this doesn’t guarantee that you’ll never meet a fraud – even the best administration ever cannot protect members from any threat – but at least you’ll know that most profiles are verified. If there are validated and not validated profiles on the platform, contact mail order brides who have already proven their identity.

Check if a profile is fake

So you’ve found a site that seems pretty safe. What’s next? There are so many women to choose from! The thing is, you need to check every profile. For instance, you saw a photo of a pretty Latin mail order bride. Before you send your message, check if she has good photos (we mean many good photos – one good picture and two blurred selfies are not enough).

After you make sure that girl at least looks real, carefully read the information she provided. If you can’t find anything meaningful in her profile, it’s a bad sign. If you like her a lot, send her one message and try to call her in the nearest future to hear her voice and see her face. The further steps are described below.

Your relationship is moving too fast? It’s a bad sign

Their primary goal is to gain your trust. If an incredibly hot mail order bride calls you “darling,” tells you that you are the love of her life and doesn’t really care that you two know each other for a week, think about her motives. Of course, there is a chance that it was love at first sight, but you can’t be too suspicious when it comes to online dating.

Emergency situations

“My mom is sick, please help!” “I’m in the airport, my flight is cancelled!” “I need to pay rent, but I spend all my money to help my bestie!” And so on and so forth. After you read these or similar phrases, you’ll inevitably see the next phrase: “Please, I need help, could you please send me some money (up to $5.000)?” Please keep in mind that there’s nothing sacred to frauds. Don’t share your financial info and don’t send money to anyone you haven’t meet in real life.

Conclusion

So, know you know how to protect yourself from frauds. Please, don’t ignore any of them – you can’t even imagine how convincing they can be. If you think that in some cases, for instance, when a girl is beautiful like Monica Belucci and kind as Mother Teresa, you can send someone money or share your financial data, just stop and ask yourself a few questions. Do you really want to lose all your savings? Do you want your dreams to be ruined? Just follow the recommendations below and date safely online.