When scammers think they have you on their hook, they attempt to reel you in. Everything being talked about is normal in the conversation and nothing out of the ordinary. I think she said he has a scrap metal business. And don't get involved in further converstion.
This is all part of the emotional manipulation involved in catfishing while using online dating.
POF had his profile still up weeks later, so no doubt he has more poor fish on his hook!
So I recently started talking to a woman from Ghana who found my profile on a site
No Canuk talks like than unless we are playing stupid to a Yanky.
He asked me for He said he was looking for a small job to make money to fly home.
She became real defensive saying that I didn't trust her and that how could we have a relationship if I wouldn't help her when she needed it.
I'm glad you didn't get scammed for all you're worth.
I wanted to believe that this was a burgeoning relationship, but I was also very anxious.
I have a friend that uses a dating site and the women he's speaking to lied about their age.
Uncertain of whether she should believe the man, Kipps Googled "photos of sick children.
If you have bad luck this unscrupulous guy could have recorded your video conversation and will use it to scam other but, pretending to be you.
Furthermore, never send intimate images of yourself to an online acquaintance —scammers are now using these types of pictures for blackmail and extortion schemes.
He is a scammer.
Identity theft has never been this cheap—you can buy anything from old tax returns to bank accounts on the dark web.
Someone has stolen her photos and is using them to scam people.
You can determine a person is a scammer based on their phone number.