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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Warning: FAKE travel/visa agencies used in scams!

Chineselovescams.org, and Dragonladies.org have been alerted to fake Visa and travel agency sites, in use by scammers in Southeast Asia.

Opengatetravels.com
juanhuixtravels.com
sztravellinks.com
worldflywithus.com
linkguidetravels.com
dwttl.com

All are fraudulent, FAKE, travel and visa agency websites set up and operated by West African scammers, operating from within China, with the intention of stealing money via romance scams.

Victims are lured into a relationship with a fake asian lady on various dating sites, then asked to pay for her visa and travel costs via one of these fake agencies.    There is no 'real' lady, and you will lose money!

Never send money to somebody you only know from the internet!   You should also not pay for any services requested by a lady you only know from the internet.

For help, please visit Dragonladies.org.


6 comments:

  1. add weiweitravels to the fake agency account.
    http://www.weiweitravels.com/

    same website as
    worldflywithus.com
    linkguidetravels.com
    just a different name.

    Thanks to this post I saved $2800. Decided not to send money to China.

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  4. Great article, thanks for the tips! As the world’s largest country, China has a myriad of world class attractions to offer. However, there are also quite a number of crooks who target tourists in the country. http://travelscams.org/asia/common-tourist-scams-china/

    Do be wary of the English practice/offer to help scam, fake traditional chinese medicine clinics, cheap low quality tours, fake monks, tea house scam, arts gallery/school scam, fake officials at Mao’s tomb at Tiananmen square, fake tickets, fake silk/jade/jewellery/pearl and many more!

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