New Love Scam from China

I find it very interesting to watch all the different forms of scamming that people get into in different low-pay countries, just because they think all men from Western nations are rich.

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New Translation Love Scam from China

I will try to report the latest scams in my blog here.  But, feel free to send me any email you have with information about new scams, if you see something interesting.

The latest scam from China involves some very innocent looking – but pretty – girls from China.

First they will send you a few simple emails in English, but then quickly try to get you to sign into one of their free membership sites – AsianSweetLove.  But, the catch is you must pay money to translate each email to the girl!

This is particularly gross since you can use the free web site from Google Translate that works wonders.  If you need to translate any love letters or email in Chinese or Thai for a girl that speaks little English, just use the free Google translate service.  It is not a 100% perfect in translation, but it is certainly 95% – or enough to make any girl understand your meaning.

I even use the Google translation web site when I am online chatting with an Asian girl, in real time.  The girls are normally very impressed when I send Chinese or Thai sentences over Yahoo! messenger or MSN.  (smile)

Free Google Translation to Chinese and Thai

With this Chinese love-scam it is very possible that no girl is receiving your romantic emails, but this is probably an internet sweat-shop with rows of people hovering over their computers, solely interested in fleecing your Western valet to collect some money.

Be aware and stay away from these web sites.  I do not know anything positive – or real love, that comes from this.

However, these girls always look so cute! – I wish they were really available online for chatting and more.  So sad, but I guess that is why so many guys get sucked in.  (smile)

- Doctor Smile

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42 comments to New Love Scam from China

  • Have a 35 year old fillipena says she works as a nanny in china. She fell in love with me and want me to pay her way here. Her employer suggest we use a travel agency called Asian traveling you send money for visa and airline ticket and fee for agency total of 1800.00 dollars western union under the name of Emmanuel Cosmos.Do you think this is a scam only saw pics of thi girl never web cam ask her to take a pic with my name written on paper she did. not sure if pic is real.

    • I do not mean to sound harsh, but there are just two rules for online dating

      1) NEVER SEND MONEY TO SOMEONE YOU HAVE NOT MET IN PERSON!
      2) USE A WEB CAM TO VERIFY IDENTITY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

      The reason for these two rules as many, but the main reason is she may be in fact a guy in Africa posting pretty picture on her dating profile. And, if you think I am kidding I must tell you “I am not kidding”.

      I have run this dating web site for many years now, and the amount of clever scams for money is unbelievable… It is part of the nature of online dating, and we delete all suspicious profiles when we find them.

      The percentage of scammers are small, but you must be aware and follow these two simple rules if you want to protect your money and your heart. In fact, some girls use pre-recorded videos for their web cam chat sessions, so always ask for them to show their hands and hold up 3 fingers or something similar, to ensure the web cam video is real live video and not a pre-recording of a hired photo-model.

      Let me know if you have any questions. DO NOT (I will repeat) – DO NOT send money to someone you have not met in person, no matter how sweet or pretty pictures in the dating profile!!!!

  • I had been writing to a number of ladies from the chnlove site I then decided to try Chinese kisses web site. I found 3 of the ladies for chnlove there. These ladies had been send me messages telling me how much they thought of me and they all loved me and hoped we would marry one day.

    I wrote a short message to each one on Chinese kisses saying I would like more contact at this time I did not say anything about chnlove. I received replies from them. I then wrote back telling them how much I had enjoyed their loving messages on chnlove and hopped we continue to build our relationship on the new site. So far I have not heard back from any of them but received yet another loving message on chnlove from one of them expressing her love for me I did not bother to buy more credits. The whole chnlove thing is a scam although I did manage to get the personal email off 1 other lady on chnlove but neither she nor I know how and I have had many conversations with her .If I do hear from any others I will let you know

  • justwhatithought

    I’ve been getting contacts from Asian gals on plentyoffish.com and decided to do a google to see if there were scams with these gals and sure enough (as expected) I see that there are. Red flags that I’ve noticed on the e-mails are the ads say the lady is 48 but the lady in the photo couldn’t be more than 30. (I’m 55).

    Another red flag I noticed is that many times after a long post to the “gal” I’d get a simple “ok”. This I’ve found is a common response from the African Gyana scammers so I think they might have got in on the action.

    As mentioned, unless you can chat by webcam in real time I wouldn’t put much into a chat conversation. Anybody can be anybody on chat. So, if you were to go over there and find a nice gal AND marry her (which would be crazy in my opinion unless you had talked with her for many months) then what kind of process is it to get her to the USA and have papers made up for her? I know it is a tedius expensive process but might be worth the while for the right gal.

    My brother married a Korean gal who was already in the states and he’s as happy as he’s EVER been with her.

    I think that’s the thing I like the most about the Asian gals is the fact that they’re not scared to work in gardens, clean their own houses and make fantastic love to their husbands and still generally want their husbands to be the boss of the house, kinda like it was in the older days in the US before all this equality stuff which is why I think the divorce rate is so high in the US these days.

    • Yes, always get a girl on a web cam as soon as possible to verify identity. She could be a “guy” working in an internet shop in Africa. If she can not go to internet shop and pay US $0.25 for 30 mins of web cam chat, then move on to the next lady on your list.

      Also, do not ever send money to people you have not met. This is rule #1.

  • Ragu

    Hi
    I am Indian (living in Australia) and I met this Chinese girl from Shaadi.com (Indian matrimonial website) who lives in Shenzhen. She is not very good looking, in her mid thirties. We chatted over the net for more than 3 months now and I am planning to go to China to meet her (Including phone, gTalk and also web cam). She was helpful in getting me the VISA by sending invitation letter and also by sending her ID card copy. From the talks I had feeling that she is really street smart and self-dependent girl. She also is living by herself and asked me to come to her place directly. She also proposes to visit some countryside to-gether. I have the positive feeling about everything until a few days ago when I came across some of the “frauds” and “scams” stories on the internet. I also got some advise from my close friends for either drop this idea or being extra careful like – Do NOT, NEVER stay at her place and also do NOT go to the countryside places with her (If you want do a group booking). Now, I am worried whether this is some sort of a mega-scam or something. I know it seems odd inspite of my positive feelings mixed with these blogs that might have been completely unnecessary. Please suggest.

    Thanks in advance.

    • She sounds genuine. I would not be worried and have traveled to Shenzhen several times to meet girls, and never had any trouble.

      But, I strongly recommend you spend the first night in your own hotel room so you can relax and get familiar with the new culture. I would then go and visit her place on the second day, without moving your luggage from the hotel to check out her apartment and living area. It could be nice, or it could be a noisy neigborhood full of chickens and noisy motorbikes, making it impossible to sleep in the morning.

      Just use common sense as all cities have good and bad people. My experience in Shenzhen has all been good, and the people I met there.

    • John Mitchell

      I lived in China for 9 years, and Shenzhen and Guangzhou were my area’s of work…I met some very nice women….but like anywhere else, there are good and bad.
      DON’T go by looks, if you want a beautiful princess….buy a Barbie Doll!! Accept her as she presents herself to you. As the man said, NEVER send money to someone you don’t know…and always ask for her phone number and PHONE her to confirm!! If you are serious, go to China and meet her, see for yourself. Many speak Yingyu (English) and China is a very friendly country, but always be on guard for pickpockets, and scammers, just like New York City. I am sure you will have a enlightning trip.

      I hope you have good luck, and I wish you the best.

  • I have been using this site for about a month and have met some nice ladies.
    One provided her email and QQ address and we have been talking including video chat on QQ nearly every day for the past 2 weeks.She has not asked for money and has answered any question I have asked. She tells me the she had to pay 10000yuan to join the site and then a yearly fee to the agency so sometimes I think the ladies get ripped off to. She also tells me the agencies recuit women from the rural areas with poor education and use them to get money these ladies have limited access to internet or their ability to read and write so poor that they are only able to go though the agency. the lady admited to me her photos were a few years old but she is still a nice looking woman.try to find a woman prepared to give you at least an email address but a QQ address will give you the chance to video chat and there is a buit in translator

  • The ladies are a romantic illusion.
    The photographs are doctored.
    China love is at arms length from the skulduggery of the agencies and fleecing of clients.
    China Love Customer care is a PR operation to keep the client calmed down and allow the fleecing to go on at the agency level.
    The brilliant business model operates on the basis of traditional Chinese secrecy.
    Like all Chinese business models based on secrecy and deception Western business ethics are no match for the Chinese juggernaught
    North America and Europe are teetering on the brink of economic collapse and the Chinese
    are simply picking up the pieces as the collapse gathers speed.
    China Love is a blatant example of contempt for Western values as the comments on this site show.

  • I. Had a lady email me so I emailed her back,she told me she has 80 people working for her and if I could not afford credits she would pay for them,we’ll the ladies in china are not allowed to pay for credits so she told me she would send me money to pay for credits,so I start paying for credits and she said that she would send enough money to pay me back and buy many credits so I am paying for credits for a month waiting for package to come and she told me to track it,we’ll that was impossible so I told her to track it she said it might of ot lost but she was coming to see me I n about a month she would pay me back then,well now she says her visa is taking longer than expected but she is working on it.so now she sys he is going to look into fed ex to send money but she wants me to look up phone number,after spending 700 bucks waiting for her to pay me back.i asked her for her company’s name and told her I would work on getting her visa for her she wanted to know hy I wanted to know that.ive been scammed,can I do anything about it because I’m not even sure she exist

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