Imagine dating someone who you thought loved you for who you are only to find out that they were just using you.
Nigerians are increasingly recognized for their participation in romance or dating frauds. Scammers use dating websites, apps, and social media to prey on people looking for love connections. They often pose as potential partners. They use their emotions to get people to give them cash, gifts, or private information.
She spent 3 days in a police station and 17 days in prison, and she was let out on a price bail. She couldn't say much since the case is still under investigation, but advice other ladies not to open accounts for their Nigerian boyfriends, because they don't love them but only wants to use them.
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