Jennifer williams dating scammer

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Out of curiosity, users tend to click on the link and enter information about them.

Scammers use this information to steal bank details, passwords and identity.

The victims lost all their life savings and also ended up in taking loans, believing the fraudster.

A 43 year old man met a scammer on a dating website and started believing in a fake relationship that started from there on.

These emails request you to confirm your email address and verify your bank account information.

The ultimate motive is to acquire user's personal information via website that appears to be legitimate to the user.

They claim to be lawyers overseas, and send you emails stating that a person sharing your family name has died and has left behind lump sum money which will be going to the government if no nominees or relatives are found.

The victims are asked to send their resumes along with their bank information.

Urgent Job seekers often fall prey to these kinds of job offers and end up losing their personal financial information.

Most of the job offers are from petroleum and oil gas companies that insist you to pay an advance fee for some legitimate reason.

Example: Scammers from Ghana are very proficient in online classifieds scam.

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