What’s your biggest fear?
In case you are terribly afraid of falling for a Filipina dating scam, you must read this article to the very end.
And I’m not just saying this because I’m butthurt if you skim my articles instead of reading them. I say this because the tips I’m about to share with you can save you from heartbreak, bankruptcy, and bitterness.
Here’s what you’re going to learn:
- Why girls with half-naked pics are dangerous as hell.
- How the word furthermore can save your ass.
- How to not blackmail yourself.
There’s a lot more and I cover it all. I wrote this article because I believe that the Philippines are one of the best countries in the world for meeting sexy, traditional, and loyal women…but you still have to be careful.
I never got scammed but I heard stories.
The following tips are based on stories I’ve heard, friends I talked to, forums I read, and one simple thought experiment:
“What would I do if I was a hot Filipina with money problems and no conscience?”
1. Choose a Filipina Dating Site that Deletes Spam Accounts
I’m not a Filipina. I’m not even hot. But I can tell you what I would not do if I was looking for a Filipina girlfriend or wife and scared of getting scammed.
- I would NOT sign up on a 100% free dating site that doesn’t have staff to delete spam profiles.
- I would NOT use Tinder to meet Pinays because 90% of the girls are bar girls or freelancers.
- I would NOT join a Filipina online dating site without seeing proof.
Yes, I joined and tested the largest Pinay dating site (more than 3.5 million members) but how can I be sure that you won’t get scammed?
Well, I made a little experiment:
I signed up as a woman from the Philippines and asked two guys for money for my sick grandmother and three guys if they want to have bam bam for bling bling.
Here’s the result:
It took five minutes until the Filipino Cupid staff deleted my spam account. Yep, that’s what’s going to happen if cute little pinays fuck with the wrong dating site.
2. Don’t Send Money to Beautiful Pictures
You can find a lot of beautiful girls on this dating site and Cupid Media does a great job when it comes to detecting and deleting spam accounts.
But I don’t want to lie to you. Nobody can give you a 100% guarantee. There’s still a tiny chance that a girl will asks you for money. Unfortunately, a lot of guys send money to such a Filipino scammer.
You wouldn’t believe how many guys stop thinking as soon as they see boobs.
This is very, very dangerous because…
- You don’t know if she tells you the truth.
- You don’t know if her pictures are real.
- You don’t even know if she is a sexy Filipina or a hairy Indian dude.
Rule number one: Do NOT send money unless you have talked to her and seen her on Skype.
The even more important rule: Do NEVER send money to any girl you meet online. Period.
3. Stop When Her Pictures Make You Bite Your Fist
Have a look at this picture:
- How does it make you feel?
- What are you thinking?
- What would you do to get a girl like her?
(this is a real picture of one of the girls I chatted with on PinaLove)
I know exactly how your second brain feels. I also know that you have naughty thoughts. And I know that you would do a lot to get a girl like her. Probably more than she deserves.
If the pictures of a girl are so sexy that they make you bite your fist, she is trouble.
Filipina women scams only work if your testosterone level is so high that it stops your brain from working. That’s when she can ask you for anything. And you do it because, well, because you are a man.
Be suspicious if a girl who lives in a traditional Catholic country where women don’t even wear bikinis when they go to the beach uploads half-naked photos in underwear.
4. Think When She Replies in Perfect Oxford English
This is how a typical reply from a Filipina looks like:
It’s short, it’s cute, and it’s obviously written by a girl who doesn’t have a PhD in English literature. That’s why you need to be freaking suspicious if you get a message like this:
“Hey, I am looking for an honest and reliable partner who wants to give love, kindness, and courtship. Furthermore, I am interested in marriage and I would like to know what you are looking for on this online dating site.”
Something smells fishy.
No woman from the Philippines writes like that. But I know a guy who received such a message. He didn’t reply and I wouldn’t either.
Here’s the truth:
If she replies with a scientific research paper and her profile says that she works as a shop assistant, the message is fake.
5. She Sends You a Link for a Webcam Chat with Her
This is the ultimate test. Now it’s time to talk to your friend in your pants and scream “stop thinking for me!”
I’m a man. My heart starts beating when a hot girl is about to take off her clothes. That’s a natural reaction. If the naked body of a sexy Filipina doesn’t excite you, you are either gay or asexual. But that doesn’t mean that you should listen to the
friend enemy in your pants.
A Filipina sends you a link for a webcam chat with her.
What do you do?
Your testosterone screams “click it, click it!” but your brain should say “ignore this girl…or whatever she or he is”.
There are only two options:
Option #1: She is real and works as a webcam girl who gets naked for everybody who pays her. Do you want to pay for such a girl? And the more important question: Do you really want to date such a girl?
Option #2: She is not real and the link you hopefully won’t click directs you somewhere (maybe even a webcam portal) where you get asked about your credit card details.
Just don’t click the goddamn link, okay?
6. Say No When She Wants to Visit You
This is a dream come true:
You meet a super sexy Filipina online. The moment you look at her photos (all in underwear), you remember what I said. But you ignore my advice. You want her so bad. That’s why you send her a message.
She replies. You start chatting.
The next day she tells you how much she would love to meet you in the States (or wherever you live) but that she doesn’t have the money. She sends you a couple of sad smileys. Your heart melts and your wallet opens.
- I can send her money for the flight ticket.
- She can live with me.
- Maybe she’s the woman of my dreams.
Your thoughts are racing and your endorphins make you ignore the only question you should ask yourself:
What if I send her money and she never comes?
If you fall for this Filipino dating scam you shouldn’t be surprised that she also needs money for a passport, a visa, and a comfortable pillow for the flight.
She will never come anyway.
The only way you can ensure that she really comes is to buy the ticket for her and send it to her. It’s still risky, but a scammer would never agree to such a deal.
7. Keep Calm when Her Good Life Turns Bad
You chat with her on Friday and she seems to be a fun girl who loves her family. You start to like her.
You chat with her on Saturday and her world falls to pieces. She’s devastated. Her mother had an accident and she can’t pay the hospital bills. Her mother might die and then she will be homeless and ahhh…crying, tears, drama.
Don’t believe a single word.
That’s all I have to say.
8. Remember that it’s Impossible to Fall in Love in 5 Seconds
Let’s say you stumble upon the profile of a 20-year-old Filipina single mom who is looking for “an honest and sincere guy who loves me and cares about me.”
So far so good.
You write her a message and she replies. But something about her reply is weird. It makes you feel good. Your ego is happy. Your gut, however, tells you that it sounds too good to be true.
- She tells you that she loves you.
- She says that you are the only guy for her.
- She talks about marriage and starting a family.
By now it should be obvious that she’s not in love with you and that she’s not interested in starting a family with you. She’s desperately looking for a guy who can support her small family.
The question is:
Is this really a Filipina dating scam or a desperate cry for help from a girl who has been left alone?
9. Laugh When You Troll Her and She Writes This
A word of warning:
Do not troll Filipinas on online dating sites unless you want your account to get banned.
I only did it because I wanted to provide you with an example of a girl you should better avoid. Even though it’s questionable if this is a real Filipina dating scam or if she’s just batshit insane, I had a lot of fun during my five minutes as a troll.
Have a look at this conversation:
I don’t care if you call this a Filipina dating scam. You can call it whatever you want. Just promise me that you stay away from such a girl.
P.S. I went the extra mile and asked her if I can come inside her. She said yes. Baby Sebastian is on the way.
10. Don’t Reveal Sensitive Facts about Yourself
I have the feeling that some men want to get scammed.
If you give sensitive information to a girl you have never met, you have no right to complain about Filipina dating scams. Sorry, but it’s true. You’re basically asking her to blackmail you.
Here are a few things you should NOT do:
- Share your personal Facebook account (that everyone can post on)
- Tell her how much your hate your boss (and mention his name).
- Tell her that you are actually married (your wife is also your Facebook friend).
- Send her naked pictures (that show your face).
Unless you want to ruin your life and your reputation, the cute Pinay you chat with doesn’t need to know that you hate your boss Jeremy Dickhead and that you are actually married to Fiona Feminista.
I mean, your colleagues will have a hell of a good time laughing about your dickpics. But come on. Don’t be so stupid.
11. Avoid the Filipina Marriage Scam with Patience
No matter if you call it the Filipina marriage scam or the Filipina bride scam. It’s always the same story:
She wants to get married as fast as possible.
A fast marriage leads to a fast Green Card leads to a fast divorce leads to the good life.
Here’s how to make sure that this is not what she wants:
- Get to know her before you make her your girlfriend.
- Live with her before you ask her to marry you.
- Wait at least one year before you marry her.
“One year? Sebastian, that’s a long time!”
Yes, it is a long time but I assume that you want to be married for more than a year.
Marrying a Filipina after a couple of weeks is insane. You don’t know if she’s an angel or the devil. You don’t know what she did and what she will do in the future. For Christ’s sake, you’re marrying a stranger!
The longer you wait, the higher the chance that she’s your perfect Pinay.
12. Don’t Fall for the Oldest Filipina Dating Scam
Here’s the oldest Filipina dating scam in the history of scams:
Step 1: She replies to your message and tells you how much she loves her family.
Step 2: She asks you if your family is important to you. You say yes.
Step 3: She tells you about her sick brother.
Step 4: Your heart melts. You want to help this poor cutie.
Step 5: Hint: She doesn’t have a brother.
You can replace the sick brother with a sick mother, high college tuition fees, a dying donkey, or whatever else you can think of.
Don’t fall for it.
13. Don’t Be Scared of Meeting Filipinas Online
Is this you?
I totally understand it. I shared a lot of frightening stuff in this article. But I didn’t intent to scare you. All I want is to educate you.
I want to make sure that you will not get scammed.
Now you might be thinking:
“Fuck it. There are too many ways girls can scam me. I will never find the right woman.”
Don’t even go there. You would miss out on the chance to meet dozens of cute Filipinas and to find the woman of your dreams.
- Read this article again before you join Filipino Cupid.
- Use your common sense to not fall for a Filipina dating scam.
- Don’t get bedazzled by bikini photos, red lips, and half-naked girls.
I never got scammed. You won’t get scammed either.
Summed Up Wisdom
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Nah, I’m just kidding. You don’t have to worry about Filipina dating scams, unless you send her money, tell her how much you hate your boss, and send her your latest dickpic collection.
However, be careful that your little friend down there doesn’t take over the thinking. Just because she uploads pictures in underwear doesn’t mean that she’s the woman of your dreams. And just because she tells you that her brother is sick doesn’t mean that she has a brother.
Be suspicious. Think before you reply and think twice before you make your Filipina girlfriend your bride.