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jeff16201 blog post
5/25/14

Breaking Our Hearts

by jeff16201, Jun/28/2014
I wish to thank everyone who posted comments on my first blog post or/and viewed my post.

I am going to share today with you something I find extremely low and such a shame to be so abundant online today especially dating/networking sites.

People trying to scam lonely people for money is one of the lowest and heartless things anyone could do to another human being, we are all children of God so we should love one another and not treat one another in such a way. Bad enough these people must be earning their living by scamming others, but why not scam wealthy people or big business people rather then the less fortunate lonely people in the world online today?

I for one am not ever sure about anyone I first meet online on these sites, it takes time of corresponding with one another before we can truly become friends. I have always loved everyone and treated everyone the same in a nice way, it really breaks my heart I have to be so careful to trust the people I meet today online if they are truly a blessing in my life or actually a nightmare.

Please don't scam us poor lonely people on free sites seeking companionship and friendship, why not put your energy and intelligence into a productive real job to earn a honest living.
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Your Angel is here!
By Chell63, Jun/29/2014

Jeff, hi! l am Michelle . l am a moderator at another site and l have stated almost exactly the same thing as you have because it is such a cruel thing to do to anyone who is putting themselves out there, vulnerable, looking for a real love and getting lied to and taken advantage of by people who make a full time job of scamming people not even caring they are taking all of their life savings, leaving them in debt or with nothing left and laughing at us.
l myself have been scammed 3 times for small amounts of money, thank goodness, but since l learned my lesson, l will never again send money to anyone l have not met in person.
l often ask them why they would be asking for all the money l need to get by for the month knowing they would be leaving me with nothing and if they even felt ashamed or embarassed about that and they suddenly got off line....lt takes a long time to get to know a person especially if you are not talking in person.


Friends First Here---
By Vic2ria, Dec/14/2014

I would rate this as 10+ for you to have written this on the blog.If this site can only post it here on front page, this will be read for everyone. And as for all who goes online,seeking to find friends,a relationship or love:get to know the person in many ways.Warning signs??,scammers "ask money" because they know they think you are a prey and easy to shoulder their demands.Remember, you have not met them in person,they can disappear in thin air.
S0 many stories happens-out there...



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