China dating scammers
Disclaimer regarding pictures posted on the board: please understand that you are NOT looking at the pictures of people who are actually scamming you.The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.The Chinese Dating Scammer Who Wasn’t: An Apology of Sorts to Paul1967 by John Abbot We’ve recently had a Scammer related event happen that frankly I never expected to occur! Chinese dating scams are pretty common, and our Scammer Prison attests to the fact that we’ve had our share of Scammers and that we’re trying to do something about it.But in spite of all those Scammers the events in this case were totally unique. We recently had a member named Paul1967 cancel his membership, and on the same day start a new one. It doesn’t happen every day, but it isn’t unheard of either.We responded the same way here – we offered to have a video chat and if he proved to be the person in his photos and could answer some questions to explain the problems we were having.That’s usually the last we hear from them, but in this case Paul1967 was quick to take us up on our offer, and he provided a Skype name for me to contact.
He wrote to us and was somewhat incensed that we had wronged him this way, but that’s nothing new either.Scammers have posted this photo acros the internet, but the guy in the photo was a real member on CLM, not a Scammer at all.In this case, the member had uploaded on his new membership 2 photos that were already showing on his old membership that he had just cancelled.Even then, I assumed that when the time came he’d be a no show, and that I’d be wasting my time.I wrote and advised we had a few more items to look at in our investigation and asked if he could offer anyone we could talk to that could verify he wasn’t scamming on our site.
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We here at CLM, and I personally, wish to apologize to Paul1967 for any added suffering he’s incurred by our actions.