“I want to chat with you” if you have received an email with this subject, or something similar, with the picture of a beautiful Miss Russia, just ignore it! She is not contacting you because she has fallen deeply in love with you.
The Spanish Internet User Security Office and the Spanish Civil Guard have warned about these scams, because as you might think their only purpose is to take all your money.
The Spanish Civil Guard warns via their Twitter account: Yes, we know that they are all crazy about you… but then they will ask you for money to come #SCAM
If you have already made some sort of contact, it is possible that they have already asked you for money so they can come to visit you, so you can finally meet in person,
In this case we recommend:
- Don’t send money to anyone.
- Stop all communications.
Spanish National Police warns us through their Twitter account about other kinds of scams similar to this one.
As the tweet above says: someone answers to your add in which you are looking for concert tickets, a home for renting, etc. and they ask you for a deposit. Watch out, possible scam! Don’t take the bait!
Don’t fall for it!