Lindy is set up with an account on an app called Flirtual, with the pseudonym 'Eye Candy', when her friends want her to embrace the start of her new life with someone special.But, Lindy later realizes somebody is following her, and discovers a stalker has taken an interest in her online profile.Richie said his boss paid him in postal money orders, and he was having trouble cashing them. Could she cash the money order for him, then wire the money to him in Nigeria? But a friend pointed her to an Internet site devoted to Nigerian scams, and suddenly, Smalley's world crashed down around her.Smalley agreed, and over the next two weeks, she cashed two 0 money orders and sent along the funds. 'My whole world had fallen apart' "The bank told me I was responsible for that money. Smalley shared her version of events with in the hopes that others might not fall for the same trickery.
Richie said he was from Milford, Mass., but that he was out of the country on a big construction job.The app then provides a statistical overview of your friend’s relationships (such as how long your friend and his or her ex-SO dated for, how long until the friend dated again, etc.) and can suggest “Rebound Ratings” and when would be best for you to ask the friend out.This app does promise to stalk the eye candy you’ve been checking out (which, yes, is something we would be doing anyway), but still, it’s kind of creepy to have to use an app to tell you when he or she is going to be looking for a rebound. A dating site for EDM fans is actually surprisingly overdue, given the current cultural dominance of dance music and large-scale raves among wide crops of American youth. Com is here to help you make that special connection with someone who shares your same penchant for pulsing beats, filthy bass, and candy hearts.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.