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To his surprise, Joel sent Taylor a few photos of his home in Monrovia, Liberia.
Though they were blurry and badly-lit, the You Tuber was impressed that the guy even put in any effort at all.
Joel first sent a message to Taylor on Facebook asking the You Tube personality to send him expensive electronic devices so he could sell them on the Liberian market and support his family.
Additionally, he said that he would split the profits with Taylor 50/50.
We’re all familiar with the messages used by internet scammers to get money from unsuspecting people thousands of miles away.
So, when Ben Taylor struck up a bargain with a man from Liberia, it could have ended badly—but no one could have guessed how wonderfully the bet would pay off.
When she discovered the truth, she reached out to the model and told him someone was using his photos for online scams. For women who have been trying to find that illusive “special someone” for a while, this may seem like an impossible question to answer.After all, for most of our lives, men were simple creatures.The two then began chatting online until they started dating. Taylor’s story may not have ended in romance, but it definitely teaches a valuable lesson on judgment.“I really thought I was going to make a You Tube series about messing with a scammer,” he told Good News Network.