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We've all heard of on-line dating scams that try to get you to send money to someone in Ghana or Nigeria.
But now, the number of people falling for those scams is growing at an alarming number.
Then came the requests for transport, school fees, rent, doctors’ bills, and funeral bills –all within a few months.
She's now trying to recoup some of her lost savings from match.com, the site where the scammer found her.New research by School of Information professor Jenna Burrell looks under the surface of Internet culture in Ghana, exploring why many of Ghana’s hopes went unrealized and how Ghanaians have responded.Burrell’s book , based on seven years of ethnographic research in Ghana, is being released this week.Luckily, he didn’t win but is now back online looking for his next catch. Frank is well known for providing ‘services’, usually for visitors to Ghana.He has a price list for what he offers and many people have paid and gone away satisfied.