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These morons took a very long time to learn that their IP addresses can be traced. There are also female scammers, although they are fewer in number.

You can see this sometimes hilarious exchange here.Several other photos of him that I found lead me to conclude that his webcam may have been compromised.In addition, his head is often Photo Shopped (badly) onto other images. Now, the first question I asked was, why did the scammer target a Polish woman? This is not clear from her Facebook site, which is primarily in Polish.Alas, George has apparently fallen on bad times and is now working on construction projects in Nigeria.Business Implications Despite the amateurish nature of these scams, they continue to work.Many websites tell victims how to recognize scammers, but the scammers keep on doing the same things over and over. A) at West Point New York (Class=of 1977)=3B Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced courses Armed Forces Staff College and a U. Army War College Senior Fellowship at the Hoover Institution Michigan University. Many of them have been tracked down because they were stupid enough to give out actual information about themselves that allowed victims to track them.

Sadly, they still succeed enough to keep them going. My goal of dream in life is to find the one who will be with me and love forever and ever. I also like to meet a woman that is faithful and respectful. My rank is WO4 My military education includes the United States Military Academy (U. We do have actual pictures of them and of who they claim they are. You will see that they often try posing as gangster tough guys, often dangling gold chains, or, my favorites, covered in money.

Some victims find that the IP address of the scammer originates in the same region they are in.

This leads them to wrongly conclude that the scammer can be trusted when, in truth, this can be arranged through a proxy server.

It certainly triggered no warnings in the woman who got this email. It’s possible she uses this as a nickname on some other site. Here’s where a native speaker would definitely see the red flags go up. Notice the lack of the pronoun, ‘I’ before am, a very common tipoff that this is from a Ghanaian scammer. Oddly, he has a son called Mike, which is the same name as the woman’s son. In any event, this establishes some commonality, a bond: see how much alike we are?

Here is a closer look at some of the blunders that gave him away and some of the approaches that almost succeeded. He was in the military and such men, especially those that are retiring, seem like a good catch for most women. I think he meant, ‘except’, but it may be taken for a typo by a native speaker.

Other studies have found that women are more sympathetic than men. We are willing to overlook things we may not normally overlook.