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I just read my profile again to see how I measure up on the bs scale. Really I am 32 and I have more hair than my pictures would lead you to believe, it is a trick of the sun. So, outside of the issue of dishonest profiles, inevitably, it seems to me no one is who we think they are in their profiles, for I think it's human nature to project who we are onto them......so, imo, the only way to really meet the other person is, basically, by meeting them in person. One guy here is saying to prepare a list of questions and watch your date closely as you perform your interrogation. I have read most of the peoples profiles on this thread. I am blunt and honest about who I am and what I want...maybe too much. With that said, I find it hard to believe the number of people who lie in their profiles, and then get upset with you when you find out.
They may be honest, but...maybe they should lie a little. I took the time to put up an accurate reflection of my likes, my interests, my hobbies, my life, and what I was looking for.
Once hooked, the victims of the “one ring” scam are supposedly separated from their money through a variety of means: keeping them on the line for as long as possible while they rack up international call tolls, duping them into unknowingly calling premium-rate phone numbers (akin to the 900 Pay-Per-Call services), or enticing them into signing up for pricey services.
As with the 809 scam, however, it appears that the prevalence of the one-ring scam and the potential damages its victims might suffer are considerably lower than the circulated warnings about it often suggest.
Many forms of this warning list specific country/area codes that phone users should never place calls to (because of their association with various phone scams), including 473 (Grenada), 268 (Antigua), 876 (Jamaica), 809 (the Dominican Republic), 375 (Belarus), 371 (Latvia), and 284 (the British Virgin Islands).
There is, of course, nothing wrong with connecting to numbers with these country/area codes if you happen to know whom you’re calling: all cautions regarding the one-ring scam (and similar schemes) apply only to solicitations to contact entities unknown to you.
If you call back, it's one of those Numbers that are charged - . If you have bank or Credit Card details in your phone, they can copy that too ! 371 code for Lativa, 381 code for Serbia 563 code for Valparaiso 370 code for Vilnius 255 code for Tanzania. The “one ring” telephone scam is similar in form to the venerable 809 area code scam in that both involve trying to dupe unwary phone customers into calling a foreign phone number in order to stick them with hefty charges.
People have been receiving calls from 37560260528 37127913091 37178565072 56322553736 37052529259 255901130460 or any number starting from 375, 371, 381, One ring & hang up. Please FORWARD AND SHARE this with your friends and family. Phone scammers sometimes lure potential victims through the use of "one-ring hang-ups." Returning a 'one-ring' foreign call will enable scammers to download your contacts list and access your financial account information.
Actually this can be a great way to be what you wish you could be and do. A thin attractive model yet a large obese unattractive person.(In either case, there’s no obvious reason why such a scheme would require the victim to place a call to the information-stealer rather than the other way around.) Some versions of this warning maintain that “You may also be charged a monthly fee for joining some club you know nothing about.