Friendship on social media and then claiming to be crazy in love the next moment, should such people be trusted? The British woman solved the mystery
London (Monitoring Desk) If you start a conversation with someone on social media and the next day that person claims to be madly in love with you, what would you think about it? A British nurse has warned people about this.
According to the Daily Star, 48-year-old Karen Prescott, a healthcare worker, told The Echo: “I’ve been single for some time and I’ve been looking for a partner on Facebook where I met a man. He said he works in the army. One day we started talking and the next day he said, “I want to spend my whole life with you and if you don’t find me, I will die.”
Karen Prescott said: “I was shocked to hear this man say this, but I kept in touch with him to find out the truth and reassure him that I was interested. It was only a few days later that he said something that proved my guess right. He told me he was trapped in the army and needed ہزار 1,000 to get out. “I just want to reach out to you so that I can start a new life with you now, send me money for that,” he said. I will not be able to get out of here without money. ”Hearing this, I blocked him and escaped the fraud. I warn people to be careful if someone on social media suddenly claims to repair you like this. Most likely that person will be a fraud. “