Chinese dating scam

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While there are some legitimate dating sites it is illegal in China for the agency to broker a marriage to a foreigner.Each email will cost her two translations, one for yours and one for her reply.The translation provided will be what the agency want you to know rather than what you or she wants to say.The fees can be substantial and it is not unusual for "clients" to borrow money to fund this.Your age is not a barrier for them and if you can adapt to Chinese culture they will provide you with a very fullfilling life.However, you cannot work legally in China simply by having a Chinese wife and being over 60 makes finding a legal job even more difficult.We started e-mailing each other (yes, a Chinese agency is representing her and I'm sure a translator is between us).She is the same age as me (40) and divorced with a child. She claims she only wants to find her "soul mate", marry, and live a happy life; and, of course, I am sure she wants to improve her quality of life. I mean I am not purchasing minutes or paying per e-mail or anything of that nature. The dating site and translator must be making money somehow.

(I would like to explain more but, its little bit difficult)Hi there guy I must say i am aware that also as i have been charting with the lady in china also I have been writhing to a lady in china also but when she said she did not have internet i thought hay what in the hell ??

When Morrison suggested that her suitor put his daughter on a plane to get better medical attention at home -- and even offered to pick the girl up at the airport -- a new crisis struck.

By then, Morrison knew she was dealing with a scammer.

She wants me to visit her in China, and I am seriously thinking about purchasing tickets. I am still a bit skeptical because of all the negative reviews and scams on various websites. The only risk I have is the cost of the trip and hotel accommodations. Your lady may have borrowed money for these services. Can she communicate with you via Skype/MSNYou are exactly right, sir.

Since I wrote my original post, I found the agency's website that is representing her. They are charge her a translation fee every time I send an e-mail.

The internet full of scammers, that’s why being aware is the best defense from an empty wallet and a broken heart.

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