I started chatting to a guy who said he was english born but his father was american.
He was working for the united nations as an orthapedic surgeon which I thought was a bit of a story but I went along with it.
We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions.
He told me things like he was also a widower and told me about his wife etc. I gave him my mobile and he rang me each evening and we would chat for 5 or 10 mins at a cost to him not me. When I came back we chatted for another couple of weeks and then he asked me for some money so that he could home and we could be together.
Paddies are perfect English speakers (Irish accent doesn't sound strange in North America and Australia), and great writers like (Ireland is a producers of many poets and literature).
Needless to say their outlook are common in Anglophone nations- more Irish descendants than British as those countries used to be penal colonies. Also beware of someone named either George R Simpson, his Facebook name, or George Rogue, his Hangouts name.
I think there are a number of non-Nigerian scammers operating on twitter and wanted to make others aware.
Does anyone know of any other sites where these men might be identified, who may not be Nigerian.
Ireland is regarded as the money laundering paradise by the US authority as well as EU.
Money obtained through criminal activities are less likely to be monitored or detected in Ireland."You can't trust Irish. Keep in mind, online fraudsters are not the story only in West Africa or former USSR.
by Catherine (Sheffield, UK) I am a widow and after just over two years my friends told me to try internet dating.
As I was in my 40's I thought I would join a site for over 40-plus dating which you pay a subscription for and I thought would be safe.