Więcej informacji, łącznie z informacjami o dostępnych opcjach kontroli, znajdziesz w dokumencie : Zasady stosowania plików cookie.A few years back, I was in Accra, Ghana with friends who’d helped me organize and fund Geekcorps – they were visiting our projects in the country, staying in one of the country’s nicer hotels on the beach outside of Accra.
On the Internet, anybody can be anything, so you really do not know who you are chatting with.
The most dangerous ones – and the ones more likely to be focused on local victims – propose meetings in out of the way places (often in Tema, a city near Accra that’s generally unfamiliar to most Accra residents) and then rob the victims when they arrive.
Because homosexual sex is illegal in Ghana (as it is in many African nations) there’s little resource to the law after one of these robberies.
Scammers would surely change names, but there would likely evolve a “whitelist” of known participants in the community who hadn’t defrauded people, as well as blacklists, and there might emerge a karma system more nuanced than e Bay’s positive/negative method targetted to the specific needs of a community. Disagreement on condition between buyer and seller or a form of fraud?
(It’s pretty common in record collecting to buy a record that isn’t quite the condition it was advertised as being in. A community based rating system might address these issues…) I’ll be interested to see whether community sites emerge to try to police and mitigate the dangers of gay sex scams.