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A Web of deceit

Couples looking to adopt are now turning to the Internet to find pregnant women who want to give up their babies. Like private adoptions, they are very risky and potentially heartbreaking.

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By Victoria Corderi Correspondent NBC News.

Two families wanted to adopt and thought they’d found the perfect birth mother, a woman they met online. Instead, the Mantooths from Texas and the Colemans from Tennessee became victims of a heartless con.

Dateline‘s Victoria Corderi exposes one cold-hearted scam in a Dateline Hidden Camera investigation. These are notes from e-mails from a woman who has promised to give her baby to a couple for adoption:

“I am totally committed to this adoption and I want you and Lori to be the mommy and daddy to this baby.”

“I would like to see her but feel she should be placed in your arms.”

“I felt such a bond with you and I want you to adopt this baby.”

OSA Editorial Comments:

I watched this presentation and it’s hard to believe this happens in this day and age, there are all sorts of fraud please report all cases to our watchlist groups.

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