A former boss, Dinda, whom I hadn't heard from in some time, was sending me pictures through some social-networking outlet called "Tagged. Did Dinda and I snap a photo together back in the day? I didn't think so, but I often forget if I've washed my hair two minutes after rinsing the shampoo. How could I be sure she wasn't sending me a poignant shot from four years ago?
They use photos of models they stole from the internet, and even videos, to make it look like they're talking to you. They always say they are borrowing a webcam, so they don't repeat the process. They often claim to be in a European country, but make up some excuse to be in Africa. It doesn't take long for them to claim they're in love with you, and in their description, claim to be against racism. It doesn't take long before they start asking you for money for different reasons, don't give any, they always want it sent by Western Union, so they can claim it by fake ID. Some will claim they have inherited gold, and offer you half, if you pay them the death duty money, to release it.
History[ edit ] Tagged Inc. CEO Greg Tseng continues to interview employees, cater lunch and dinner, and hold office-wide meetings every Friday. This process has been labelled an "e-mail scam" by consumer anti-fraud advocates  and drawn criticism in the technology press    and from users.
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