American women dating moroccan men
He did start sending all of him money home to build some apartments/homes with his family that are developers in morocco and it seemed like he always had something that he needed to use his money for but not for us here. But wow I would never have believed it, How could I have seen this coming???
my husband used to tell me the same stuff my friend is telling me but about Moroccan men, when I would tell him about women that were used for a visa.
I know no one whom is still with their husbands from when I was on here years ago. I'm really sorry to read this as I am also from Morocco.
I assure you that not all Moroccan man are the same. They are just people looking forward to getting their loves better and sometimes, the "how" does not matter. Would I encourage American ladies to marry from abroad, especially if they don't know the person well enough? Moroccan or not Moroccan, don't take the chance, unless the know the person well.
I am divorcing my Moroccan husband of 7 years and although it took me the last 3 years to get the courage to end it as I was just very unhappy in the marriage (my husband was nothing like the man I thought I had married from morocco once he was here) he was always nice, polite, cordial (great at customer service) we also worked together in my business for 4.5 years he never wanted to go do anything accept hang around the house or sleep.
Honesty, trust, respect regardless of country of origin religion etc go a long way, wish you all the best Like my father always says "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is".If it goes against the cultural norm the chances are even higher than the USC is being used for a quick pass to the US.From high fraud countries it is easy for the beneficiary to behave like a butt and make the marriage worthless.I agree that lots of Moroccan man that are trying to hook-up with girls online are only after one thing: a visa to get out, just like every other scam out there. Also he acted jealous of men whom were not my family and did not like them to touch me or talk a lot to me. He also took me all over morocco to meet all of his family.but than once here in the USA he joined a mosque and all of his attention was on the going on at the mosque and left me cooking at home or shopping by myself or he'd go shop by himself and never wanted to spend a dime on anything just for fun. My friend from morocco said this is a well known thing men there do and he kept appologising to me because it happened to me?
My fiancé, who is nearly my age, doesn't believe any of the older American younger Arab couples are real. I don't agree, though I can definitely see that some groups of men are more likely to be scammers.