Niegerian for dating
Women are usually nurses, models, charity or UNICEF workers or antique dealers.After they establish some lovely correspondence with you, fall in love and maybe even send a couple of cheap presents, they will either: a) be almost on their way to meet you, but something will happen to them: they will get robbed, beaten, get into the hospital, or other misfortune will happen and of course you will be their only contact to ask for financial help, or: b) tell you that their employer pays them with Money Orders or checks, and they can't cash them in Nigeria.They rarely wear their natural hair, adorning these foreign hairstyles cost money and time and she expects her man to foot the bill for her hair. In other cases, if you notice she is wearing a new hairstyle, it will not kill you to compliment her and perhaps pay for it. If she is not forthcoming, you can discuss the issue with her.Afterwards, it is because of you, she spends that much time at the salon anyways. A typical Nigerian lady will always scheme for ways to invite you to her church especially if she really likes you. If she is a woman you desire as a life partner, you must respect her parents when you eventually visit them.
It is an opportunity for her to show you off especially if you are smooth and suave, to her family, friends and even her pastor whom she relies on for spiritual guidance. But some men jump the gun by paying her a surprise visit to her home. So, you are expected to greet not just greeting but prostrate.Nigerian scam comes in many forms: 419 scam, when they offer to transfer millions of dollars into your bank account, or lottery scam, when they tell you that you've won something in some bogus lottery.However, Nigerian dating scam (or romance scam), besides just asking for money for their studies, sick relatives, etc..There are also military scams (for God Sake, there are NO American Generals browsing dating sites and NO military man will EVER ask you for money.Then there is a recovery scam - a scammer recontacting you pretending to be FBI, EFCC or any other authority, telling he can help you recover your money... And finaly there is a "stuck parcel" scam, when they supposedly sent you goods/gifts, but they got stuck somewhere on the way (for example, on the customs) and you have to pay to "customs" or some bogus shipping company to get them.