If he only sends you mass texts it probably means he wants to socialize and party. They might even set up a time to meet and then say they were held up by something else. He won't tell you about his job, though most guys love to talk about their job. Surely, he'll invite you to something whether a concert, poker, a walk--seriously.
What tipped you off to the scam?
Clearly, he has the capacity to do so, and can be heartfelt, but just isn't to you. If he cancels on you, don't immediately jump to conclusions. This means that he may enjoy your company, but if he is passing you off to his friends this may mean the guy is more interested in seeing somebody else and he doesn't want to give the wrong impression.
There's no joking, no flirting, nothing.
He uses the word "platonic" in reference to you. He regularly takes 24 hours or longer to reply. Again, both men and women can and have fallen victim to online dating scammers, but women tend to be targeted more aggressively.
He has a girlfriend, is in a relationship of some kind, or is married. Obviously, there are plenty of non-native speakers out there who are sincerely looking for a relationship, and they could very well be from heritage speaking communities in the United State or Britain. Asking for any other financial information—where you bank, anything about your credit cards, how much you have in savings—should be a big warning sign.
His texts are colorless. When you make a flirty pass, he doesn't respond by being flirty or enthusiastic, but keeps it strictly friendly. He never apologizes if he is late to respond. This is difficult for non-native speakers. They sound boring and typical.Sometimes a guy really likes you as a friend, but is uncomfortable with the idea of being more.
There are lots of possible reasons for this. Maybe he likes someone else, he’s gay, or he just doesn’t see you that way. In August, a British man was sent to jail after defrauding two women of over £, ($,) through online dating sites.
He had convinced them that he was a diplomat and that a US marine general had fallen in love with them, causing one woman to pawn jewelry, empty her life savings, sell her car, and take out loans to help this general .Download