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November 23, 2010

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cheaper is not always better ;)

Roy

Brett,
Are you saying that your wife was travelling overseas when you first made contact, that she immediately asked you to leave the dating site and begin correspondence privately, that she claimed instant feelings of love, and that she repeatedly asked you for money for emergencies, which you sent?

Brett Bellmore

Strangely enough, this is almost an exact description of my one and only online dating experience... except for the having been happily married for the last four years, of course!

I guess YMMV in all things.

Kathy

I met a scammer on a dating site, but didn't end up sending the money. There is a web site: www.romancescams.org that you can go to in order to learn more.

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