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In exchange for your “help,” he will give you some cut of the funds that he’s moving—and he needs your bank account to do it.Obviously, this scam is pretty easy to detect for anyone with a brain.Remember the golden rule - NEVER SEND MONEY TO ANYONE YOU MEET ONLINE.While most African singles looking for a date online are genuine, it cannot be denied that many online dating scams originate in African nations such as Nigeria, Ghana or Ivory Coast due to the low per capita income, high rates of unemployment, high rates of corruption and ineffective policing in these areas.You don’t want to deal with these, because they’re much worse than the ones you’re used to seeing.These sites don’t aim to get all of your money in one go.They claim that only the truly gullible will buy the story—and those are the ones they want to reach.

There are many variations of online dating scams originating in Russia and Eastern Europe but they have in common a high emotional and financial cost to unsuspecting scam victims.Typically, a man comes into contact with a scammer through an online dating agency.The scammer will have photos showing a young and attractive woman though her profile may say she’s from America or England.The money extracted from victims in North America, Europe and Australia translates to huge fortunes for the scammers who are willing to put weeks or months of work into getting a good payout. Many scammers are well educated and all are heartless so read on for common African online dating scams and protect yourself. You might be interacting with a man, say, "William Jones" from USA/ UK/ Australia/ Canada or some other Western country.After some time, "William" has to travel to Nigeria or Ghana for some reason e.g.To date, Army CID has received no reports indicating a Soldier has been criminally involved or suffered financial loss as a result of these attacks.But victims of these scams have reported losing thousands of dollars.The scam involves an online scammer tricking a victim into believing he or she is “in a relationship” with an American Soldier and then hustling the victim out of his or her money.“These perpetrators are definitely not American Soldiers, but they are quite familiar with American culture,” said Chris Grey, Army CID spokesperson.The Soldier’s rank and other details are often included in an effort to lend credence to the scammer’s story.The Army reports that several senior officers and enlisted Soldiers throughout the Army have also had their identities stolen and used in these scams.