Philippine dating scam
In one, a mother and child will approach you on the streets and tell you that they have been robbed or whatever and need money to go home to the province.
Another variation happens in bars; you get friendly with a bar girl or a vendor who will tell you the saddest story ever about her family, ending with her asking you for money.
How to avoid this scam: When you come visit the Philippines, keep in mind that Manila is just like any other capital.
First of all check whether the dating site you signed up in is genuine.They’re just talking with you, telling you about their families, asking you about your plans.Once they see you’re getting comfortable, they will invite you out for a meal or if they say they live in the area, ask you to meet their family members.If you start sending her money, you can not believe how fast her financial needs arise.You may find yourself paying for repairs on their roof leak, dental extraction, medical check up, tuition fees, house rent money for her sister, medicine for her neighbor, a new computer or the latest model of cell phone to be able to communicate with you always.