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He claimed he was building a luxury hotel in the west-African city.When the day of the flight came, the conman told the Swede that he had got stuck at the airport and needed 13,000 kronor to pay his Basic Travel Allowance before he was allowed to fly. Her online lover told her he could wait until the next day, while the woman found a way to lend him the money.When the pair finally decided to meet in Stockholm, Sara booked a hotel room and was excited to finally meet her mystery man.
But she soon found the lack of a search function discombobulating.However, the Swedish woman instead did some research into the Basic Travel Allowance and found that all signs pointed to a scam.Websites warned that a BTA was a made-up term used by scammers and fraudsters trying to squeeze money out of desperate victims.Back in Gothenburg, Sara herself can only warn other love-struck Swedes to be more cautious that she was. If you meet a foreign person on a dating website you should look them up, ask them for a telephone number and contact details," she told Expressen.
"Words like BTA or Nigeria should ring alarm bells.
We are going to make a new menu tab that we'll label 'safety'," Sebastian Malmberg, head of marketing at Happy Pancake, told the paper.