John, you lived and worked in SZ for a long time - did you see any Fillipinas there ?
These girls may speak a little English, but there is no way they can speak Chinese I seem to be getting so many 'interests' from Phillys living in China that it's scary!
Overseas dating scams and fraud are growing phenomenon, as ripe pickings and difficult law enforcement create an environment in which scammers can operate with little risk.
Our global community and technology make it possible for anyone to find and develop a relationship with a person on the other side of the world.
I didn't want to make a blog out of this because there is not really enough information, but since scamming is a favourite subject I thought I would ask some questions John Abbot is doing his best to rid sites like this of scammers.
CLM seems to be the only site that has a 'scammer prison' The subject of this thread is quite simply Philippine Women in China Are there any ?
I reckon they are all scammers - unless proved otherwise @paulfox1 - when I lived in Shenzhen there was a substantial number of Filipinas living there.
Many of them were nannies, and I had one friend who dated a beautiful Filipina nanny for a long time.
That may be because back then I was hanging out in bars in my early years, including in my own bar, and I certainly wasn't hanging out in Chinese homes.Source: ivanpw 1) The teahouse scam A lot of people fall for this one when they first arrive in China.It is most common in Beijing and Shanghai, but it also happens in other big cities.Most dating sites do little to keep scammers out, whether they charge fees, or not.A majority of internet romance scammers are easy to detect, and keep off of dating sites.