“Some victims find it very hard to break away from the relationship, even when they’ve been told it’s not real,” says Professor Monica Whitty, an expert on Internet fraud psychology. citizens have fallen prey to such “sweetheart scams” since the phenomenon was first reported around 2007.“So the criminal admits to scamming the victim but says that they also fell in love with them at the same time, and they get back into the same scam.” But it is not just lovelorn Americans who are being swindled; other foreign embassies in Kuala Lumpur are dealing with similar complaints, reports Reuters. Slightly more men than women are duped by fraudulent lovers, but men are less likely to seek recompense out of embarrassment.They will tell you everything to your face in order to dot the i’s and cross the t’s. But as you get to know them better and they begin to trust you, they’ll reveal their kind heart and tenderness.Cold from the outside but kind and fragile on the inside. Women in Russia are considered responsible for the coziness and warm atmosphere in their houses.“This not only affects individuals, but also organizations.” Awareness and technology are key to tackling this scourge, says Miller, who is running a fraud-prevention course in Kuala Lumpur in October.
They have this pattern in mind and want it to come true.The ease of obtaining visas, opening bank accounts and arranging money transfers are all part of the nation’s criminal appeal.“Scammers are increasingly using targeted social engineering attacks against their victims due to the extremely high success rate,” Ty Miller, an Australian security expert and founder of Threat Intelligence, tells TIME.“Various authorities from the various countries involved should work together rather than blaming each other,” he said by email.The only daughter of the Sultan of Malaysia’s Johor district married a Dutch property developer in a lavish ceremony on Monday.