Dating scams in hong kong

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It’s a waste of money and it’s completely unnecessary. The poor girls go there every week in the hope that they can one day buy the latest designer clothes.

No matter if you want to date rich Chinese women or Filipina domestic workers, you’ll find them in one of these malls:​The Landmark is the most famous shopping mall in Hong Kong.

The woman, however, was just one of over 330 victims of romance deception in the first half of 2018, according to Hong Kong police figures—a more than 40% increase over the number of cases recorded in the whole of 2017, with over 90% of the victims (link in Chinese) women.

The amount of money swindled is also rapidly increasing.

And these are the girls who have the hardest time to find a man.​This place has more than 700 stores and 50 restaurants and cafes. You won’t find another mall with more than 700 stores in this city. Instead, I want to introduce the only two districts of Hong Kong that are worth checking out.

The woman borrowed huge sums of money from banks, friends, and family after she had exhausted her own savings to meet the man’s financial demands over a period of almost two years.

Apparently, it’s also famous for places with weird names. The Wooloomooloo is not only the only rooftop bar in Wan Chai, it’s also one of the most famous ones in the city, probably because it has the dumbest name ever.​Do you hate sunlight or do you have crippling insomnia? You can’t find another bar in Hong Kong that closes at 05.30.

But you need to come before midnight to meet hot Filipina maids who want to relax after work and listen to the Filipino band that plays regularly.​Nope, it has nothing to do with prostitution.

This month, a 66-year-old woman in Hong Kong lost HK0 million ( million) to a scammer posing as a British engineer on a local dating site.

It was the biggest sum of money lost by an individual in Hong Kong ever to a romance scammer.

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