Online dating scams working on oil rigs
PERMIT After forking out £960 for insurance and £815 for a work permit, which came to €2,300, Damien made arrangements to travel to Scotland to take up the post.But he then had to fork out twice for flights after the scam artists cancelled the first meeting at the last minute.
The scam uses information from established companies to offer jobs before conning their victims out of thousands.However, they say that it is virtually impossible to track down such scam artists who close up within weeks and start up new scams.Mr Glynn has now returned to Galway and managed to go back to his old job. They start off with some sob story about either being a widower, or their wife left them for another man. They say all the right things, but you should be realistic and see that they are saying them ALL TOO SOON., the longest is usually 4-5 weeks and then they start asking for money.They claim to be businessmen traveling to Nigeria for work related issues, or simply say they work in Nigeria.