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And although the Chinese on the whole are honest, hard-working people, you’re bound to have some bad apples in a country with such a huge (and still mostly poor) population.
These ill-intentioned individuals use photos they find online and create fake profiles in different, and most of the time multiple, scammer Chinese dating sites as well as legitimate ones.
In almost all of these fraudulent sites, the fake profiles feature supposed members in very revealing photos with the purpose of attracting more men and getting as many of them as possible to communicate with them. It is common for these scammers to present themselves as very lonely people who have recently suffered a loss or heartbreak or highly educated and successful individuals who have, so far, been unlucky in love.
I refer to what is known as the “.” There is no reason it has to be limited by to people from Asia, but that is the most likely source at this point.Even when they present their true selves on these sites, posting their pictures and providing certain personal details, there is an inherent sense of safety they feel when they reach out, and even open up to, other people through the virtual veil of technology, as opposed to being physically face to face.And then there are unscrupulous individuals who use this anonymity to misrepresent themselves and scam others; they also give Chinese women a bad name with their dishonest and, most of the time, salacious behavior.Noticing What Isn't Right Engaging in Conversation Meeting the Person Community Q&A For most of us, finding love on the internet can be a gift from heaven.For others, however, it can be a life-ruining decision – leaving us penniless, heartbroken and with many more problems heading our way.