I unsuspectingly replied to these fraudulent e-mails thinking they were legitimate roommates, but after several exchanges, my gut instincts told me better.
So maybe I should just be happy with what I have ... —To Leave or Not to Leave Submit Your Own Question to a Therapist Before I jump straight to the heart of your question—to divorce or to not divorce—I’d like to take a moment and encourage you to consider some intermediate steps.
If you are not aware of this scam, you may fall victim to it.
I, myself, have been targeted by this scam but have never been a victim.
The scammer insists they are easy going and would like to move. They might be a medical school or college student, or perhaps starting a new computer or modeling job, and they might even be arriving with their parents.
Somewhere in the exchange of e-mails, they ask you for the total amount to secure the room for them to move in.