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Hey everyone. It's been a while since I was here. My long time lad had disappeared on me sometime in February. I'd shoot a few emails out here and there to see if he'd respond, and today he did! So I've been baiting him for a year!
Of course he says he loves me blah blah blah, and now wants to come to the states to be with me. He's requesting that I send him a letter of invitation so that he can get a visa more easily.
This doesn't seem like a good idea...what would the purpose of the getting the document? So he could sell it? Use it as part of the scam(he got the visa but needs more money?)
Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
690Cals that fricking type
Joined: 04 May 2017
Location: My location is in my location
Fri Jun 16, 2017 5:11 am
You can send him/her some random government forms and say that they need to be filled out to accompany the document you will eventually prepare for him/her. The practical upshot here is if they do in fact get filled out you get a wealth of information on the lad. Try to take ownership of the Visa process, saying you can sponsor it. I am an utter noob here, but I am currently attempting this approach and it feels promising. Full disclosure though, we're rounding week three and he finds excuses as to why he isn't sending them back. I'm not sure if he isn't trusting me, but he keeps asking me what particular questions on said forms mean. The way he speaks about a getting a Visa suggests it's worth more than his own weight in gold, and it's the main topic of our conversations. I can say for certain he's studying the forms and trying his best to understand them. I believe it has been a successful time waster, and perhaps a more experienced baiter can turn it into something even better.[/b]
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Thursten3rd Elite Baiter
Joined: 21 Dec 2014
Location: Twilight zone outer limits
Fri Jun 16, 2017 1:10 pm
The only reason for asking for this document is to get the mugu more invested in the scam. You could send him a party invitation for all the real difference it would make to him. I like 690Cals' idea, though. I would start with a party invitation, then move to the random govt. docs idea.
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Susiescambaiter Not quite a Newb
Joined: 08 Nov 2016
Mon Jun 19, 2017 1:23 am
Today's update. My lad says he wants to come clean and not lie anymore. He's given me another name, sent new pictures, and confesses that he is indeed Nigerian(shocking!) I realize this is part of the scam. It's fascinating none the less.
I also like the party invitation followed by misc govt docs, so I think I'll give it a go. Thing is, Jamie/Daniel usually has a workaround. I think he's gonna call me out on the party invitation, so I'll probably need to go straight to the gov docs.
nessa76 Hello I'm New here!
Joined: 26 Jun 2017
Sat Jul 01, 2017 1:55 pm
A year is a long time scam baiting this Lad, hope your enjoying it. At least he has come clean and been honest for once, Nigeria is NO surprise for a scam.
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