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These sites (often called PPL or “Pay Per Letter” sites) don’t let you communicate with women off of their site, they also pass your letters through an intermediary often called a “translator”. Many times the woman on the other end of your letters isn’t the one in the profile picture (she might even be a man).
Someone from that site is simply writing to you in order to catch your attention and to extract as many PPL fees from you as possible (after all every time you send a letter back the site is making money).
Any tourist trap is likely to have its share of beautiful but shallow local women who look to take advantage of gullible foreign men.
Vance has some good advice on navigating the world of gringo hunters. But the dangers of golddiggers is confined to the real world.
You would be surprised how many men are willing to send money or gifts to a woman they have never met outside of the internet.
It is essentially the online dating version of phishing and is a very popular tactic for scammers on dating apps like Tinder.
This is the sort of article I wish I didn’t have to write, mainly because I feel most of this information is common sense.
Still, as long as there are men being taken for suckers, I guess this information bears repeating.
Here are a few practical tips you can follow to stay safe while dating online or in person in Latin American.
I noticed on this site the dating sites or apps in question are usually Latin American Cupid (and its sister sites), Tinder, and Badoo.