I wish all foreigners who fall in love with egyptian guys to never pay a pound for the sake of love, some of them are really fake and look for a marriage with foreigners for money purposes.I wish all foreigners know this lesson for good.I really wish foreigners to see this topic on this forum before going for a marriage. Things are not never like in EU.I am sad to hear same stories about egyptians.
Not just Egyptians. Moroccans, Algerians, Tunisians, Senegalese, Guineans. Many prey on the vulnerable and give the rest a bad name. I wish the foreign partner would ask him/herself some questions and look in the mirror. Are they homely in appearance? Do they have a blemish? Are they gravitationally challenged? Have they gone through a bad divorce or break-up so are emotionally weak? Do they normally have low self esteem? If the answer to any one of these questions is "Yes", then they should ask why on earth an attractive, young person from the developing world wants to marry them. They should be even more careful if there is an age difference, especially women. It is a presumption in these countries that even much older men can marry younger women, but young men never marry older women as they want children - this is ingrained from childhood. In addition, it is an outrage for a child of a respectable Muslim family to marry out of their religion. Thus families which allow this are in on the scam, seeing advantage for themselves. Older foreign guys marrying younger women in these countries will always be marrying a woman who has a poor reputation already. I have seen this dozens of times. But if one is "on the shelf" or a perpetual wallflower, I can see how anyone can get infatuated by a lovely young thing murmuring "I love you, you're so sexy". They don't mean a word of it. They want the visa to get out and they want money.