Utterly useless website. Because you get 7 messages for your money and the more replies you make the sooner you will need to pay more money. Predictably, when you reply and give your phone number or e-mail address, they NEVER repond to either. This means they must working for the owners - looking to descimate your wallet as quickly as possible. Some of the messages are verging on the ridiculous - have you ever been addressed by a russian girl "Alright luv? Filed under: B - Site reviews listed under B.
The con artist used images of adult model Briana to trick divorced Simon Frost out of so much money that he considered suicide. Smitten Simon Frost, 75, could not believe his luck when he was matched with Eva — a young beauty who spoke of setting up home with him. But the woman in the pictures was really US porn star Briana Lee, 28, whose photo has been lifted repeatedly by cheats for this very purpose. He joined a website called Real Sex Contacts in February and two months later was introduced to Eva, supposedly a hospital worker from Ghanaian capital Accra. I had good intentions and was looking for a genuine relationship. But she was spinning a web of lies to get him to part with his dosh.
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In a typical fake blackmail scam , the senders claim that they have installed malware on your computer and captured video of you while you visited a porn website. Of course, the scammers do not really have the compromising video or access to your contact list as they claim. The scammers know that if you receive an email that actually includes one of your passwords — even an old one that you no longer use — you may be much more inclined to believe the claims and pay up.