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How do I know if a Moroccan man is genuine

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Submitted by Bella (United Kingdom), Oct 5, 2019 at 08:55

Hi I have been dating a Moroccan man for 1 year. I meant him through a war game online that I played, I'm from England by the way. We started talking and eventually I gave him my WhatsApp as he said he would message when he was going on the game. We stuck up a friendship and after a while we got on so well telling each other everything. This year I have visited him 3 times and we have had a beautiful time together. The downside he doesn't work and stupid me I have made him take money of me for him and his mum and sisters as they are poor and live in a village. He has said since we have met 3 times we should start our process of getting married as he loves me. The thing is he is 28 and I am 41. He has always said this is a different love and from the village where he lives it's so different and that he wants the love like he sees in the movies.
I have never been married and I work very hard to have all the things I have in life. I do love him very much but after finding this site I'm now wondering whether he is genuine like I have always thought or is he in this for money, I just don't know.
Please could anyone help and tell me what they think. What would a genuine Moroccan guy be like.

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