Scammer will often send an official looking email that appears to come from Disabled World, offering a guarantee, certifying a seller, providing payment services - all such emails are fakes! A person offers a genuine-looking (but fake) cashier's check you receive an email offering to buy your item sight unseen.
These scammers politely promise tons of money in exchange for help moving large sums of money out of their country.
There are legitimate matches out there and in these countries, but you need to be extra-careful and investigate the person you are looking to date.
Regardless what he/she needs it for, a visa and passport to come and see you, an operation for a loved one, a new computer, internet fees or he/she's in Moscow on their way to see you and there's a hidden fee that they need help paying or else they'll be stranded at the Moscow airport for the rest of their life.
DEAL LOCALLY WITH FOLKS YOU CAN MEET IN PERSONNEVER WIRE FUNDS VIA WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAMFAKE CASHIER CHECKS & MONEY ORDERS ARE COMMON - BANKS WILL CASH THEM AND THEN HOLD YOU RESPONSIBLENEVER GIVE OUT FINANCIAL INFORMATION to ANYONE.
"Be aware of classified buyers and sellers especially anyone offering a cashiers check over the asking price and requesting you send the extra funds to Nigeria or another country.
Ensure you are positive the buyer or seller is who they say they are."Scams in the internet dating world are rampant.
Background Checks Disabled World warns its members that Internet dating and purchasing items online can be risky.
We do not do any background checks of any kind of our users.
Disabled World members should get to know a potential date well before agreeing to meet.