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Please use your common sense and good judgment when meeting people online. While most of the members using, our site are honest genuine people, please be aware that there are always a few people who are not.
We do not validate the identity of each member or the information they submit on their profile. Your responsibility as a FiliPinaWife member is to use common sense and your best judgment when corresponding online. There is no substitute for acting with caution when communicating with any stranger who wants to meet you.
Please never Send Money to Someone You Have Not Met In Person! Regardless of the story someone is telling you, just do not send money. Make this your number one rule and priority! Date with Honesty, in portraying the best possible image of yourself as it’s tempting to change a few personal details such as height and weight. However, it’s important to remember that while online daters will be interested in your appearance hardly anyone is looking for the next Celebrity model. Being Dishonest will only be detrimental in the long run by making you feel uncomfortable about getting to know someone or meeting them in person. Be clear and confident when describing what you’re looking for in a partner and the qualities and attributes.
Be aware of these popular scams, as these are a sample of the most popular but not a full listing of possible scams.
Plane Ticket or Visa Scam –The general storyline is she will want to come visit you but does not have enough money and will ask you to send her money to help pay for the plane ticket and/or visa. Once you do send the money however, it is unlikely that the visit will ever actually materialize. As many people are now catching on to this, many scammers are trying variations of the same scam. Instead of asking you to send them money for their ticket, they will instead send you scanned copies of a ticket to convince you they are genuine and are really coming to visit you. They do not ask for money to buy the ticket or even for visa expenses, leading you to believe they are real. However, there is usually a last-minute glitch and they will request you to send them a large amount of money without which the trip will be impossible. These scammers know immigration rules and regulations well and might even cite some sort of visa requirement as their reason for requesting money. You might find their reasons check out and send them the money but likely, you have been scammed of your money.
Medical Emergency Scam – Another common scam one comes across in online dating is the medical emergency scam. Just when you think your online relationship is going well, your online partner will be faced with some sort of medical emergency. Variations of these include them needing surgery they can’t afford, treatment for their child or family member or you may even get a call from someone pretending to be a doctor telling you your partner has been in a serious accident and you need to send money so they can start treatment. Sometimes, the scams are long and stretched out with the scammers attempting to get as much money out of you as possible by cooking up a variety of medical complications. Do not send money if you are in a similar situation because it is most likely a scam.
Business Investment Scam – Business investment is another popular lure scammers use to attract their potential victims. The person you are dating or her family members are looking for you to invest in a business opportunity in their country. If you send money, most likely you will hear about the progress for a period of time, in hopes of getting more money from you, then eventually, it will result in loss money. Typical answers to request of the status of the investment is you will receive unfamiliar names who are working the investment but they can’t be contacted. While there is no foolproof rule, it is best to avoid investing in opportunities that have been presented to you. When investing your hard-earned money, it is important to consult with a financial adviser about the best course of action.