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A Facebook user shared that he was invited to a sex party by a 24 year old woman. The only catch is, he would have to verify that he was who he was in a dating website.
The private message to him by a Mical P who indicated that she was 24 years old and lived in Tampines said: “the party will be held at the organizer’s apartment nearby the Hilton Hotel<…> we drink, dance and have sex at the party.”
1The person invited to the private sex party only had to get himself verified at a dating website to say he was who he is.
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But be very careful about such ‘get verified’ websites. No real girl would ever ask you to go to a site to verify yourself before meeting. These scams have been around for a very long time. Any real girl who wants to meet you would probably meet you at a Starbucks and ask to see your identity card.
The website looks eerily similar to sites registered to the same privacy protection service in Panama as other reported scam sites http://whois.domaintools.com/verifysafedate.com.
So make sure that you don’t get conned by such invites. Do not enter any personal or credit card details to get yourself verified. Don’t be a victim of such phishing sites.
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