Have you seen the new movie “Tinder Swindler”?
I’ve met here people who were not who they tried to pretend to be.
The first guy was obviously a scammer. He tried to become my friend, and a month later he started asking me to buy him a Google subscription for $246. By the time we stopped writing, he agreed to even $100. He’s got a few accounts.
The second guy said that he was a doctor from the United States. But when he wrote, he made a lot of mistakes, which were obvious even to me, so I blocked him.
The third guy was supposedly a doctor from the United States too. He had a nice personality, and I wanted to believe him. One day, he told me the truth: his real name, real country and real occupation. I’m grateful that he confessed. He’s never asked me for money, and he’s not a scammer, but anyway he makes things up, and some girls are speaking with him right now and don’t know that he is not who they think he is.
So, be careful. Don’t believe people you don't know, especially successful young men.
Don’t believe the “Americans” who follow every new girl here. Check their profile or their followers in other girls’ profiles and watch out for men.