Dating scams in shenzhen china
There are also fakes to be wary of such as fake taxis, banks and even bus stops!
Note: vast majority of trips are trouble free and there is no need to be paranoid.
The virus enables scammers to access private information, and transfer money from their victim’s accounts.
So how do scammers know the person they send a message to is a married woman? By sending the same message to as many people as possible, they enhance their chances of sending it to those that are female and married – vulnerable to clicking the link in the text.
Because his son initially received a (fake) admission letter from the university, the Lu family did not immediately discover they were scammed.
When they did, their money was gone, and the son was not registered at any university at all.
The Lu family is not the only one to get victimised by this scam.
Recently, it has become more and more common for people to be asked to join a group of friends they do not know on Weixin, writes.The tourists are led to believe that the tea that is served is inexpensive, but will later be presented with a bill of 650-2000 RMB (100-330 US dollar) or even more.Tourists often do not even realise they have been scammed until the very end. It is not just a way to connect to friends individually or by group chat, it is also an app that is used for making phone calls, ordering taxi’s, and doing money transactions.The scam usually involves two or three nice-looking young ladies who present themselves as “students” when approaching western tourists.What starts as small talk, soon leads to the girls inviting the tourist(s) to a traditional Chinese tea ceremony, where they will taste about eight different teas within fifteen minutes or so in a closed room in a backend alley teahouse.