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Q: Want someone in Zhengzhou to assist me with finding a person

I am Jeff Law I am from New  Zealand I have met  woman on a dating site that lives in Zhengzhou.  the dating site will not allow us to exchange contact details

Her Name is Fengun Luo , she is the owner of a Local bank in the Erqi  (Not sure if is the right spelling)  part  of the city, It has 2 branches . She  is 51 years old and we both want to meet.

Would some kind person that Lives in Zhengzhou please help locate the bank ( I do not have the Bank name) as the site blocked it

its a local bank privately owned      

Thankyou

 

Regards  Jeff Law         

4 years 5 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Zhengzhou

 
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So you joined a dating site where you can only contact via their service ....and you pay for each message you send to her. I used to know a girl who worked for an agency like this. She and about a dozen other girls worked in an office where each of them ran about 20 profiles that they had fabricated themselves. Photos were found online or sometimes they would go out to the countryside and do the makup on a few village girls and take a few pics. The village girls might get 100 Kuai. The company had several branches.

It is a simple scam to rort clueless foreign desperados by leading them on, pulling their chain but never disclosing too much info to keep them on the line.

This one sounds like the same agency that Cub-tard is on. Some mysteriously unattached but quite rich beauty is interested in a penniless clubfooted hunchback who lives with his mom. Sounds legit. B-b-but she said she loves me....ha ha ha. Moron.

Or you could try what that Canadian sap did in Shenzhen not log ago. Come to china not knowing where to find this imaginary woman and walk around downtown for weeks with sandwich boards plastered with her name and the scant details he got from $10000 worth of "translated" messages.

There is no shame in proclaiming to the world that you are a gullible twonk who got scammed by novices.

By the way, I have a nice, well maintained bridge in Sydney for sale. I'll give you a good deal.

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If you have any of her's personal items, I can send my NZ CH Bouvet BISS NZ CH Bouvet Time Will Tell (Imp Aust)

 

to hunt her down. 

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This sounds very fishy to me.  I'm pretty sure private banks are illegal in China (maybe someone else can confirm this?), so that's a big hole in her story right there.  The banking thing sounds like a set up for future "banking related requests"!  Not sure if you're in China or NZ right now, but if you're not familiar with China then let me tell you the entire country is basically one huge scam.  Proceed with extreme caution.

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A dating site that doesn't allow you to contact the women sounds suspect too.

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So you joined a dating site where you can only contact via their service ....and you pay for each message you send to her. I used to know a girl who worked for an agency like this. She and about a dozen other girls worked in an office where each of them ran about 20 profiles that they had fabricated themselves. Photos were found online or sometimes they would go out to the countryside and do the makup on a few village girls and take a few pics. The village girls might get 100 Kuai. The company had several branches.

It is a simple scam to rort clueless foreign desperados by leading them on, pulling their chain but never disclosing too much info to keep them on the line.

This one sounds like the same agency that Cub-tard is on. Some mysteriously unattached but quite rich beauty is interested in a penniless clubfooted hunchback who lives with his mom. Sounds legit. B-b-but she said she loves me....ha ha ha. Moron.

Or you could try what that Canadian sap did in Shenzhen not log ago. Come to china not knowing where to find this imaginary woman and walk around downtown for weeks with sandwich boards plastered with her name and the scant details he got from $10000 worth of "translated" messages.

There is no shame in proclaiming to the world that you are a gullible twonk who got scammed by novices.

By the way, I have a nice, well maintained bridge in Sydney for sale. I'll give you a good deal.

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You need the services of a bounty hunter who isn't afraid to disintegrate scruffy looking nerd herders. I heard Boba Fett is good at finding people.

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