First step to avoiding Chinese internet dating scams is to choose a decent dating site. Don't go anywhere near free sites like Date In Asia.
Cherry Blossoms isn't bad, but it's not much cheaper than Chinese Cupid, and you tend to get pestered by Filipinas a lot.
Also avoid dating sites where you have to pay to contact ladies.
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Yes they help to bridge the considerable language barrier, but Chnlove scams are legion.
I am wary of the following: But on the whole I'd say that out and out money scammers are much rarer on Chinese dating sites than they are on Thai or Filipina dating sites.
Things are changing though, so don't be too complacent.
And remember the golden rule of never sending money to a lady you meet online.
Often guys get deeply involved in internet relationships with a woman in a country they know nothing about.
Do your homework, research that country, and area she lives in.
Frankly, many asian ladies from poorer countries are online to try to take advantage financially of western men, and you have out and out scammers mixed in with them. Demand to see her face on webcam, and not once, but several times.
Hats off to Date In Asia for banning male members if they're caught sending money to an Asian lady.
Your advice is OK, but there are scammers on every site, including paid ones.
A man needs to learn how to screen out the bad ones, and keep his wallet in his pocket.
There is NO reason to send money to somebody you only know from the internet, phone, or chat.