My Dearest Cupid -Episode 7 : Truth Begins to Show an Ugly Face.
Many people have experienced online dating. Some find the dream companion for which they search. Some find the game playing and anonymity of online dating extremely suspect. Others experience the emotional and financial devastation from online dating scammers. Most people entering online dating have heard the rumors of these scoundrels; they too wonder if they also may be caught in their web. Some are just plain curious to know how they operate to avoid the devastation subjected upon the vulnerable and unwitting. Make no mistake about it. Many online dating romance scammers do bring out all of the emotions, and even some passions never previously experienced, that any intimate, truly loving, relationship would invoke. That is how they are capable of amassing millions. Actually, in excess of a staggering known, over Twenty Billion Dollars a year, is being given, right now, from people trustingly involved with online con artists! The FBI admits that a portion of all money swindled funnels into terrorism. The situation is frightening. Once trapped in their web of illusion and love, emotions and desires run strong. Love causes people to do incredibly stupid as well as wondrous acts. It is no wonder that these online dating scammers have perfected their performance to bleed their victims financially dry. Just as a vampire seduces their prey into submission until white from blood loss, online scammers are financial vampires, leaving their victims drained, emotionally devastated, financially ruined, and traumatized from the encounter. There seems to be no specific age, which online scammers' target. However, they do provide attractive looking photos and profess they are emotionally willing to commit to a long-term relationship. They also claim they are financially stable. These tactics used in their schemes would be experienced and will apply to any desired romance. This series exposes a victim's feelings and emotions, by providing the actual correspondence employed by the scammer. Now you can experience an online romance swindle without the emotional heartbreak and financial ruin these frauds impose on their victims.
- Paperback | 28 pages
- 152 x 229 x 2mm | 77g
- 12 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations
About M T Pardinek
There seems to be an abundance of scammers that use identity theft to amass millions, so I came across one of those too, and decided that would be a good manuscript topic. So, I stayed with it and let it play out. Now, I do understand how these "professionals" amass millions from vulnerable and trusting women ... and men. They opened emotions I had long concealed and some feelings I even forgot I had. Damn! Wish the illusion could have been real. It was actually a lot of fun, as I was not financially damaged. Emotionally, however, I have to give credit to my scammer. He did break my heart, and I knew it was not real. However, there were times I truly wondered and wanted to believe it was the real deal. Unfortunately, I had to end it, once the fraud was fully exposed, as I could no longer keep up the ploy and have my scammer believe I was not aware of his intent. At least I have the series for which I was searching and hoping. I even found the male victim whose photos they were using on me. Poor guy -- I received his photos over the course of time with his pictures posted relative to my "love" conversations. My heart goes out to him. The shock, grieving, and mourning are real for every victim. This series provides a whirlwind romance, for sure. Actual texts are provided.