Most of you have figured out by now, that transferring money into a Nigerian bank account is a fool’s game with no multi-million dollar return or even any hope of ever seeing your money again. Maybe that’s why the Nigerian scam artists behind those dodgy emails have moved on from just bankrupting their victims, to breaking their hearts as well. These scammers usually endeavor to find middle-aged, single, or widowed Western women who are in vulnerable situations.
TrulyAfrican Online Nigerian dating scammers will put forth an admirable attempt to acquire your commitment and trust by giving you adoring words, sharing personal information about themselves, and in some events, even sending you gifts. They may require a very long time to build what may feel like a genuinely incredible romance and may even profess to book trips to meet and hang out with you; however, they never really come. Whenever they have acquired your trust and your guards are down, they will ask you (either subtly or straightforwardly) for cash, endowments, or your banking information.
It is not merely the cash that hurts in these sorts of schemes. Usually, the victim has built an emotional connection with these scammers, trusting them to be sincere and a promising significant other. That makes it even more excruciating when the mat is pulled free from under them, and the scammers run away with their income or investment funds.