Philippine dating scam
Ok, now that you seriously doubt my facts here, I’ll share a little insight how you can make sure that you date ‘real’ Filipina women.
One of the things to remember is this: an average Filipina isn’t tall with great posture and body. So if some chick passes you by and strikes you as being ‘unusually tall’ or something like that-time for you to double check. Filipina working women may wear make-up but only because they are required to.
There was a time when online dating carried a negative stigma. After a month of “emergencies”, Peter* became suspicious and researched his cyber crush.
Over the years, however, using the Internet to find your future mate has become commonplace. “After I cut him off, he wrote me a mean text that no one will want me if I’m stingy with money. He wasn’t looking for love; he was looking to be taken care of financially.” Looking back on the cyber courtship, she admitted she ignored red flags -- like the speed at which her suitor tried to move their relationship. The woman he believed he was in a relationship with did not exist.
Females tend to be more victimized due to what is both their greatness strength and weakness: empathy.
“Women are more vulnerable to scams,” said Angela Bermudo, relationship expert for Seeking
The thing is, it is not always that you have a ‘voice’ to save you.
Every day for about a month, they would talk for hours on the phone, constantly exchanging emails and photos.
I would never online date again.” Another web dater, who also asked that his identity be withheld, is a 52-year-old single man who told Fox how he clicked with a woman who claimed to be in her final year of medical school.
Yes, you heard me right; there are some very, very beautiful ‘men’ out there.
Believe it or not, they can even be more beautiful than the ladies!Another tip from Bermudo to outsmart a scammer is to conduct a, “Backwards photo search into Google and it will tell you where that picture came from. Only use dating websites that use background verification.” The most important recommendation from the relationships experts to stay safe from digital heartbreak or financial ruin is to trust your gut: If it doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t.