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.
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)
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