Those days, when there were no basic internet amenities, people met each other in the close circle but didn’t have the opportunity to see new faces who were elsewhere in the world. However, with evolving technology, we are stumbling upon new faces online these days and that’s how things have changed now.
In fact, technology is one of the basic mediums to connect these days and communication is becoming very convenient. For example- Social media. It allows us to interact with people from different fields and different part of the world. The best part is we become friends easily with new people.
Nonetheless, relationship based on technological ties can sometimes put you on the receiving end just in case if you aren’t cautious about you and the way you conduct yourself with others.
The number of women falling in love with Pakistani men on the internet and the arriving in the country in order to live with them has increased in the recent past. Several such cases were reported in the local media so far.
Indonesian woman left Pakistan after being cheated by a Pakistani man, who had promised her a ‘bright future’ here on a popular social networking website.
The woman identified as Murnianingsih Nannag Syarif (37) arrived in Lahore on May 13 to marry a Bahawalpur man whom she fell in love with on social media site ‘Facebook’.
In a shocking turn of events, the said person did not actually take her to his native town and married her in the provincial capital of Punjab. Then he parted ways with the woman only after a few days into the marriage life ‘domestic liabilities’.
The poor woman was left alone at the Lahore airport with all her money taken away by her Pakistani husband. She spent three days in the waiting area of the airport, crying and cursing her ‘lover’.
Soon after receiving the cash transferred by her family in Indonesia, Syarif had bought the ticket and left for her country in the morning.
Cybercrime cases have lately been on a hike with a number of cases being reported regularly. Earlier in November, a man from Bengaluru had alleged that he had lost around Rs 85,000 from his bank account via a UPI pay scam operation.