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Soon enough there is some sort of "emergency" with either the child suffering from a brain hemorrhage or "William" suffering a life threatening accident. You will then be requested to send a large amount of money for treatment and promises that you will be paid back ASAP. It's a scam, don't send a cent, cease contact and report the scammer. Scammers often use female profiles as well to fool their potential victim.
Again, they pretend to be a woman from a Western country while all the while being based in Nigeria. They then solicit you for money for a charity they run in Nigeria or Ghana. In all likelihood there is no charity and you have been robbed off your money by a scammer. Also known as the advance fee scam this is an oldie but a goody. Supposedly named after a defunct piece of Nigerian Law the scam has been operating in various incarnations for years.
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We thought, why not have something that can be a platform to connect Africans regardless of location? And do you feel the standards of people in the Diaspora are different from the people in Africa? Do you feel that also has an impact on who people choose to date?
I'm not sure there's a big difference in standards. I think what we hear is that people want more options. Often times people say either I'm not meeting anyone, or I'm meeting a lot of people but what's missing is great people. In terms of differences between the Diaspora and the continent, because there is so much travel back and forth nowadays, people moving here are going after the same kind of crowd.
All they want is to be put in a room with amazing people and increase their options of meeting someone special. What's the demographic of a typical member outside of the fact that they're African? Where do they work, what do they do, what are their hobbies? When we first launched we had a lot of members that were consultants, bankers, and a few graduate students.
As it grew we started to see diversity, so we have entrepreneurs, people in graduate schools and different professions, which I think is cool. Did you hear more complaints from girls or guys or across the board about not being able to find someone?
I think in general people have complaints. How they express the complaints is different. We have found that women are more comfortable discussing their issues with finding someone. Men also have the same complaints but they might be a bit shy and afraid to admit it. Often times men would say I have no issue meeting someone but if you ask more questions you'll realize they have issues meeting great people too. We have a feature that's called Pillow Talk where we discuss topics that are important to both men and women about relationships, and its been fascinating.
Everyone is open to discuss certain topics like interracial dating or infidelity. We often get calls and emails from men saying, "Hey, that was an interesting point that I saw on pillow talk. So tell me about how these Pillow Talks unfold. What directions do these talks go in, specifically the ones about the interracial dating? We started Pillow Talk because we found that when it comes to relationship questions men and women for whatever reason don't seem to give honest answers to one another face to face.
We'd get politically correct answers. So we decided to let people ask a question and have people give anonymous answers. We hoped to provide a forum for discussion, which became pillow talk. On the topic of things like interracial dating for instance, a few things have come up. Some say that more races are approachable than other races or there's nothing against black women or black men but sometimes we just want to try something different.
We may start out thinking the discussion may start one way but then things come up that we can all learn from. That was a very hot topic.
The outcome of the conversation was that it can happen in a relationship but the key thing is communication. What seems to happen is people go into relationships with certain expectations and then for whatever reason they're not communicating as frequently. When that communication link breaks down that's when you have problems and those problems can lead to infidelity. We do not endorse infidelity in any way, but I think what it taught us was that it can happen.
The key thing is to talk frequently with your partner. Well this is more of a personal question.