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In Singapore, the relationship between love and money is a bit too close for comfort. First dates are often filled with excessive talk of careers and income, while a marriage proposal is usually a sign that it's time to pick up the keys to your BTO flat.
It's thus sadly ironic that more and more people here are losing money through love-related scams. Basically, the device supplies you with a list of random strangers in the vicinity, all of whom are also looking for connections. You're then free to send messages to whomever you fancy based on their photos-and as expected, "whomever you fancy" usually means nubile young XMMs. For some reason, WeChat has also become a hotbed of escorts looking for their next customer. But before meeting up, the girls ask for money, the most common request being to buy Alipay or iTunes credits.
Some men are unsuspecting enough to pay multiple times before realising they've been duped. Usually this story ends with the victim being put in touch with a threatening male, presumably the "agent", who tries to intimidate him into parting with more cash. If you're hoping to rely on this app to find your life partner, maybe it's time to switch to Tinder instead. Just as the mostly male WeChat users have their pretty young girl scammers, lonely females on dating website have their dashing online lovers.
These are even more insidious than the WeChat scams since in many cases the hapless victims really do think they're in a relationship with the scammer. Obviously, they're also purportedly handsome and rich. The scammers then ask to borrow a large sum of cash, just like the Nigerian princes who need help withdrawing their millions.
Some ask their victims to participate in bogus investments. Some will claim they're sending a gift to the victim, who will then need to pay the "courier company" some money to retrieve it. Others will be kidnapped or land in hospital and need money to get help. The amount of money people lose in these scams makes the WeChat scammers look like amateurs.