Travel scams (sometimes you will see then being referred to as Visa and Tickets scams) are the most widely used. We loosely classify RDSs into two groups: 1) Travel scams and 2) all others.If you are not very confident in your computer skills, or if you do not have alot of time to spend on the research,you can ask someone else to do this research for you, or you can hire our company to do this research: back to FAQs I looked at the black lists and I checked her name, and I did not find anything. Other scam victims continue to hold out hope that the loss of money is reversible, and the scammer will return the money one day, so they do not post anything on the Internet in order to avoid angering the scammer.
Nothing short of verification of identity can confirm that someone is real.If the report presents some objective evidence of a scam, then you probably need to take it seriously and start verifying your ladys information as soon as possible. (we will refer to this person as "your lady" in our answer, for simplicity sake) Yes, it is possible that someone stole her pictures, but from our practice we can observe that if the ladys pictures are posted in a scam report, then further verification of her information tends to confirm that she is a scammer.back to FAQs I found his/her pictures online, but under s different name. However, you should not presume her guilt right away.If they match, then most likely your lady is really involved. Is there any objective evidence of a scam being presented?Or does it sound more like some disgruntled ex-penpal wenting off because she didnt appreciate his attention enough?