The scenarios vary in details from inheritance money that needs to released, to gold mining in Africa, however the story is always the same.No matter how earnest or tempting the offer, never send money or financial information to anyone claiming to have a business idea you can cash in on.Do not trust anyone behaving this way and report the member to to safeguard further members.I’ve been asked to support a charity from a member I don’t know very well, is this a scam?You could risk your details being used for identity theft or money laundering which is a criminal offence.
However, in all cases it is worth asking yourself, “Is this person looking for a relationship, and are they interested in the person I am”.
Stay clear and report the member to Someone I have been messaging online has told be of a lucrative business idea, is this a scam?
Never send money to people who propose business ventures or suggest sending money to help get you rich, especially if the offer requires urgent action for a limited time only.
A scammer is anyone using disingenuously to trick or scam other members, normally by asking for money.
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