Are ukraine dating websites all scams
Detectives state that up to 100 people apply to the police daily complaining about money lost to scammers.And this is only in one region, similar picture in other areas, and even more scams in the capital. The population of Dnipro region is listed at 3.2 million people.Older people on government pensions are especially susceptible to such fraud.The con artists are waiting for pensioners near shopping centres and offer them discount coupons to popular items, but request to confirm that they have money to purchase the goods first.
Scammers were placing ads offering in demand goods and then requested a partial or full pre-payment, but never posted any goods.
Fraudsters may also show the apartment for rent but the price they quoted is listed in the contract as “informational services”, which means they tell you that you are renting this flat but in the contract it states you are paying for the services of a broker who only needs to find you a place to lease.
If the client hadn’t read the document properly and paid the money, it’s harder to prosecute scammers, as the written contract, signed by the victim, contradicts the story.
Then scammers demanded a payment in the size of 1.5 to 5% of the price of the car, explaining that the money were necessary to cover some “taxes” or “fees”.
Trusting Ukrainians transferred money and never got any cars as “prizes”.