Black planet dating scams
(February 29) I was sad, funny first thought in my head was scam! He sent me an email when he "arrived" there, he said he was safe.
It is expected that LDS youth will not begin dating until the age of sixteen.From a modern Church leader: "Chastity should be the dominant virtue among young people" (Mc Kay, p.LDS youth are also taught that they should not participate in sexual activities that often precede sexual intercourse: "Among the most common sexual sins our young people commit are necking and petting.Latter-day Saints place an unusually strong emphasis on marriage, believing that marriage is ordained of God (D&C ) and is a prerequisite for obtaining the highest heavenly state after mortality (D&C 131:1-4; see Exaltation).Because of the belief that people should be married and the doctrine that they can maintain marital ties throughout eternity, Latter-day Saints take dating and courtship more seriously than those for whom marriage has less religious significance.I was wondering though if he was so successful, then why didn't he have any contacts that had more than I that could help him better than me. He did seem greatful and appreciative but after he did ask for more money. I said no, I looked up plane tickets online and showed him...were half the price.
After all, he knew my information, I always told him I was poor. Then I told him I didn't have the money wasn't going to borrow. He still admitted no wrong, why would he, he has no conscience, this is how he gets his money.......
But the one thing I didn't know was about the romance scams on the dating and social networking sites.
So, after a month or so of being on Zoosk, I got a message from Dagfinn Holland.
We emailed everyday, and started talking on Yahoo messenger.
He called me once but he used the gmail phone line and I couldn't hear him/he couldn't hear me so I hung up.
His profile said East Eden, but then he told me he was from NY, the Bronx.