Although, most African singles looking for a date online are legitimate, it cannot be denied that numerous online dating scams originate in African nations such as Nigeria, Ghana or Ivory Coast suitable to the low per capital income, high rates of unemployment, high rates of corruption and hopeless policing in these areas.
The money extracted from victims in North America, Europe and Australia translates to enormous fortunes for the scammers who are eager to put weeks or months of work into getting a fine payout. Many scammers are fairly educated and are merciless, so to protect you from these scammers we are providing the Spam Checker Tool for your convenience.
Scammers from Ghana use all types of phishing techniques in order to make a scam operation successful.
Example: On 22nd June 215, Ghana police reported Ghana job scam that offered fake recruitment letters to 500 young men and women.
This has become another common medium to persuade users to click on a link and influence them to enter information about themselves.
There are about 25 Government-based and Educational sites that report cases on different scams occurring in Ghana.Out of curiosity, users tend to click on the link and enter information about them.Scammers use this information to steal bank details, passwords and identity.These scammers are intellectual and are very familiar with their game.They often have multiple scams going around at the same time; it is how they run their business.Here you can enter the email or the contact number that you suspect to be a scam.This tool checks it with our spam database list and ensures you whether the email or the phone number is a real or bogus one.Christopher Williams, romance scammer from Ghana was arrested for having scammed two women of 300000 Euros.He manipulated both the victims into believing that he genuinely wanted to marry them and move to UK.The Ghana police arrested three men involved in Ghana recruitment scam and are spreading awareness about Ghana recruitment job scam.Ghana police has arrested another group of Ghana scammers who promised job offers into the military and asked for 2000 dollars from each job seeker in the name of entry fee.