Chinese dating website scams
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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.
To our surprise, these photos were plastered all over the web, including on two of the major sites devoted to listing known internet Scammers.
Romance and Scammer both featured these photos in numerous locations as Scammers who had been reported to them.
Between Facebook, My Space and a number of other social networks and dating sites there were several pages on Google images showing dozens of memberships under dozens of different names.
There were 6 Facebook memberships alone under 6 different names.
That alone would have been sufficient for us to conclude he couldn’t be trusted and must be a Scammer, and it would have been enough for us to place him in Scammer Prison and send out notices to the Chinese women members he’d been in contact with that he could not be trusted.
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 scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.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.On our Asian and Chinese dating sites no one can have two memberships, so every couple of weeks or so someone will have had a recent promising relationship go bad, or they just want to rebuild their profile from the ground up, or for some other reason they want a fresh start, so they cancel a current membership and start anew. Usually we simply approve the new membership and the member moves on with his or her website activities. The old membership had been started a couple of years earlier, and that was back before it was possible for us to check photos through Google Image Search to see if they were posted anywhere else on the internet, and in particular, if they were being used by Scammers.