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Within hours of the expected arrival time, an emergency will strike: A work visa has expired, or their aunt/niece/child is sick and they need a few thousand dollars to be wired over so they can finally meet their intended.In many cases, scammers will choose to use pictures of military personnel. Grisham set up a personal blog for soldiers to report their photo being used on online dating sites.Once they’ve made contact, they will typically request to move the conversation to a private instant messaging service.He or she will begin the courtship process by sending letters and love poems for a period of weeks and finally offer to fly to meet their victim.So when’s the best time to find a cuffing-season mate?
A fraud is sweeping online dating sites, according to a special report in this month’s issue of Glamour Magazine.Khorosh became aware of cuffing season after wondering out loud to a group of girlfriends why she was suddenly and urgently craving a boyfriend.“While I don’t find cuffing season to be the most romantic of concepts,” she said, “I do admit that it’s a good temporary solution for those residing in northern climates, where the Polar Vortex cuts off social interactions for extended time periods.” But what about those who live in a place where it can be chilly year round?So she's come up with a plan that she calls "Olivia Land." Here goes: "In Olivia Land, relationships can legally only last seven years, without an option to renew. And in Olivia Land people wouldn’t cheat nearly as much because there wouldn’t be the threat of spending forever with one bedfellow. That way when away on business or just not in the mood, we could just hire a hooker for our loved one and keep them uninterested in cheating and keep them satisfied.These particular hookers would obviously have to be mute and possibly cross-eyed." Afterwards she was asked by how women can know if they have the right guy. There’s no reason to sacrifice your womanhood and femininity for some sort of weird feeling of responsibility to something that may not be right.