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In many occasions the scammer may have primed the victim by previously telling you all about their fake mom, son daughter etc and the victim may have even spoken to the fake mom, son daughter etc on the phone or by email.

i spend my time to my kids everytime im in philippines because i am an ofw being with them for a short period of time is priceless. im not a Hello everyone, My name is arickha mhoody simple ladyboy from Philippines currently working in dubai as a sales associates, im new here in this site and im trying to find my luck to have a long term relationship, ik I'm presently working in a Company here in the Philippines, with one daughter, and a widow.We strongly recommend never sending any money to anyone that you meet online, don't even send money to buy a postage stamp…not a cent…zilch, nada.Remember when the money sending stops the scamming will too. Only when all passengers are off the plane and the scammer doesn't show up do they realize that they've been scammed.In order to avoid these scams never send money for any travel related expense, instead make it clear that you will travel to meet them AFTER you have spent considerable time chatting to them for many months.Also, make it clear that you will never send any money to anyone you meet online.

If the person is genuine they should be very happy that you will travel to meet them, if they are a scammer and sense that they will never receive any money you will probably find that they disappear as soon as they realize they will never receive any financial benefit from communicating with you.

Shortly later they will tell you they need additional money for a passport, visa fees, transportation to the airport and miscellaneous expenses.

In some cases they will also tell the victim that the visa requirements state that they need to have a certain amount of money in their bank account so they can proof to the immigration official that they have sufficient funds for their visa.

Filipino scammers may also ask you to send money for plane tickets, visa fees, marriage annulment fees or other travel related expenses. In one variation a Filipino asks you to send money so that she can purchase a webcam for an online video chat with you.

The victim sends the money to purchase a webcam and the lady vanishes with the money never to be seen again.

In this scam the scammer will contact the victim and explain that either they or some close family member has had some tragic accident or medical emergency and will die or suffer grave consequences unless you send them enough money to pay for the medical fees.