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skimming other dating sites´ picture galleries and even registering there just to find out. Much heartbreak that followed after the scam could have been prevented if...

- victims cry while reading through the healing process topic because they recognize themselves by 90% - they also cry during their first post - that´s why it is so hard squeezing info and facts out off them, NOT because they are indifferent. - victims "naturally" carry on with online dating and get to know and meet new people besides, which may help them out a bit easier, or not.

Hula-Girl has not at all lost her faith in people and never generalizes the scam experience and she continues being interested in meeting new people.

- vcitims who have friends, colleagues and grown up kids right after they realize the scam are LUCKY.

" And progress in other RL matters (job, son´s degree etc, perspectives) helped her a lot, too.

Plus, she takes lots of care for her appearance and sports so many people do not believe her real age and she has quite a few younger friends.

There were a few more interesting aspects but most important to me are her honest description of the long-time effects of the "deceit with stolen pictures" aspect of these love scams, and how much ignoring is ignored Well the TV guys are also to blame a lot for that.

Maybe you can add some actual pages of it here in a bit.

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In the latter dozen of pages, this is about 80% what she writes about. She has always stayed open to getting to know new people and never generalizes the scam towards something like "All Africa scams!That´s why I have read it over this weekend and tried a summary, which is necessarily bent by my own perspective on this, I hope Hula-Girl will join in a bit and clarify the bits that I tend to overlook.In a nutshell, the actual scam was a military scam: Fake US military met on Friendscout24, demanding money for himself and later for a trunk box.A typical passage is " yesterday I went out with X. (mugu), he is the man of my dreams and I want him so much". She has written everything to RS, the Canadian anti fraud center and the fbi and only one of them has ever replied.The good thing is, she continues to use the internet what it was meant for (not giving up hope) and she reports all obvious mugus who contacted her on RS.

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