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Keira Interview with scammer part 2

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Submitted by Mona_cortez, Sep 9, 2019 at 14:24

Keira,

I understand you been outraged and I would like to give you my opinion as a woman that thinks outside the box. Yes, what he does is bad, but when are we (women) are going to accept our mistakes and the portion of our responsibility? We can't always go around crying as we are the victims when we allowed it to happen?

We protect our houses and vehicles with alarms, insurances, cameras etc to protect against burglars. Our credit cards and bank accounts have some protection against fraud. Those women that that person is talking about are giving him money willingly. He isn't pointing a gun at their heads, he isn't taking it from their purses. Yes, he is lying and telling them what they want to hear, they fall for it and give him money. Sucks but guess what? Those type of men wouldn't exist if we women wouldn't allowed it. Men would go as far as well let them go.

He stated that he went to the lady's room when she was getting out of the shower and just wearing a towel. Really? Someone walks in my room and I will be throwing something at them and I would be calling the front desk. I also make sure my door is locked from the inside. I am assuming that lady in away gave her approval or send him signals as she was interested. Maybe flirting with him?

He also stated that some tourist go to Egypt looking for romance etc etc. So if the women are out there looking, they are going to find their one night stand or one week romance. So again, they are putting themselves out there already. I would say same goes for online dating. You don't really know who you are dealing with and their true intentions, so why fall for it?

I met my Egypt friend at a club in Germany. I am not saying he is different in anyway. But I knew what I was doing. I went to a club to dance, drink and have fun. He didn't go back my hotel that night because I didn't want to. We met a couple of days after, but I knew what I was getting myself into. I knew it would be a onetime deal and maybe a "romantic evening" that would end there.

I am not saying what scammer or others are doing it's okay. What I am saying is that we have to be realistic. I'm on my mid 40s, I know no 20 year old is going to take me seriously or would settle down with me. Regardless of his religion or culture. I am in good shape and people think I'm in my 30s. I'm realistic, I'm older, I have lived my life, I don't want to have kids. I wouldn't even want to settle down with a 20+ year old. It would be nice for fun etc, but I wouldn't want to settle knowing that he has all this future in front of him. That he can start a family. Maybe he doesn't even have a career or good job. Any men from any religion or culture that starts asking for money is a bad deal. I do believe in love and I believe that it happens when you least expect it. We just need to learn to think with our heads not with our hearts or what is between our legs. Cause some good sex can also make some women go crazy. :)

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