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The best advice I can give you is if anyone asks for money or your bank details to transfer money into - cut them off totally and report them to the site you originally met on.I also did some checking on other sites and also facebook and reported him on each site in a hope that nobody else can be conned by him.Whether their purpose is dangerous or just desperate, you want to steer clear of both of these.
They pretend to be soldiers, working in Pakistan and also in jobs that will pull at your heart strings to make you fall for them as soon as possible.
If they don’t respect your need to be cautious, then move on.
Red Flag #3 If anyone wants you to give them any personal information be extremely guarded.
He was working for the united nations as an orthapedic surgeon which I thought was a bit of a story but I went along with it.
We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions.Never give out banking information, details of how much your stock portfolio is worth, or the value of your home.