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Michael's story was that he was a Frenchman, who lived in Auckland (he had an Auckland phone number) who had to travel to South Africa for work.He never consented to a video chat or meeting, but sent photos of a clean-cut, middle-aged man, in one pictured on a Harley Davidson motorcycle, in another paddling a canoe.'I love you, I want to marry you.' He just knew all the things to say.He totally had me hooked into his scheme." Kabak who has long been an internet user, was drawn into an internet romance scam. Online Dating sites have been so popular for so long.

In fact the photos were of Melvin Staaf, a Canadian business owner, who says the photos were lifted from his own online profiles. He was just so, so convincing, and so genuine in his feelings, I thought," she said, although she now knows there were warning signs."Some things didn't sound right [but] my heart was ruling my head [telling me] 'this is fine, don't be silly'."About two years after her husband, Norm, died, Kabak began internet dating. They began having lengthy phone conversations and sharing intimate emails.

Most Internet scammers operate and are concentrated in countries like Australia, Russia, the Ukraine, Malaysia, the Philippines, Nigeria, Ghana, the UK and South Africa.

Not all men from these countries are guilty of scamming but a majority of incidences have been reported from these locations to make one pause before getting involved . He will call you his love and his boyfriend in just days.

But instead of leading you to the real login https: site, the link will secretly redirect you to a fake website. This information is intercepted by the scammers, who later access your account and fleece you for several hundred dollars.

This phishing con, like all cons, depends on people believing the legitimacy of their emails and web pages.