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Hope, the reason why scammers do it is...

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Submitted by Keira (Australia), Sep 15, 2019 at 01:22

That their system malfunctions at many levels. They cannot make the money they need to get what they understand as a good wife. Hence, they need to do whatever it takes. Their countries are mostly corrupted, there is a lack of employment and only a few can have further studies. And even possessing lots of degrees does not guaranty them to have a steady and well-paid employment. On the top of it, not only do Muslim males have to earn enough money to "buy" their bride, but they also have to financially support their families when they get older and there's no more income in their houses. So imagine the pressure that young men have in these countries. They are, somehow, force to do whatever it takes to provide for them all. Note that I am not justifying them at all. I believe in hard work to achieve any goal which ine has in mind, whether it is by studying hard or working extra hours. But eve though, many of them migrate to other countries, study and work hard and still they don't get qualified to obtain a visa.

It is really sad that they cannot make money through other means and have settled a business based on offering fake love and lies. I think it was Chelsea who says today that now governments are enforcing the laws and now it is not as easy as it is used to be in the past. I have seen many visas rejected in my country because of this more stringent laws. Remember the case of poor Arisa from my country. He didn't get it. I think that although they still manage well to deceive some women, immigrant officers are getting more adept and can detect their modus operandi from early stages.

And hopefully, I believe that what goes around, comes around. If not by law, karma will apply.

Nothing is permanent as you state, my friend. Freedom... What we all should stand for :)

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