Ruba Borno" or even asserts herself as "Ruba Borno, Phd"? If you are a Phd, you only state that or even apply the title, on research papers, academic journals, etc.
According to recent figures, these requests for cash appear to be working.
With one in four British adults using a dating website at some point in their life, according to Which?
, users are being warned to be vigilant while online, particularly as the fraudster's tactics are becoming more elaborate.
This costs around £250 a day, so 10 days will cost £2,500.
One of the most recent spots in the world right now for scams is Africa and specifically Ghana.
They pretend to be the foreign specialists working in Nigeria or Ghana (usually originally from US and UK, but it may also be Canada, Australia or any other European country).
Recently there are also Nigerian scams originating from Malaysia, China, India, Turkey, Spain, Cyprus, Egypt, as that's where Nigerians are located since they can easily get to these countries without visas or on the student visas.
Usually they say to keep some money for your trouble.
Someone you have started to develop a relationship with online might first ask for money for travel costs, or say they have lost their plane ticket so need to borrow some cash for a new one.
The money extracted from victims in North America, Europe and Australia translates to enormous fortunes for the scammers who are eager to put weeks or months of work into getting a fine payout. Many scammers are fairly educated and are merciless, so to protect you from these scammers we are providing the Spam Checker Tool for your convenience.
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