Will Iceland will pay you 4,500 euros/month to marry an Icelander

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Make money by marrying an Icelander! The government is desperately looking to match-up its women, to the point of paying men who would be willing to marry them.

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Make money by marrying an Icelander! This is the golden job opportunity that Iceland has just set up to boost its demographics. The number of single people is rising, while the number of children is dwindling in this small northern state.

The government is desperately looking to match-up its women, to the point of paying men who would be willing to marry them. The sum is designed to allow somebody to live comfortably in this country because, yes, the only condition to receive this salary is to live in Iceland.

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Another "fake news" story laid to rest... This is just another hoax and recreated story for entertainment purpose for some and many shares this type of information without caring its truthness. The hoax story that Iceland will pay you 4,500 euros/month to marry an Icelander

There are many stories going on react365 many of which goes fake and does not holds any meaning.  The "news" has been making the rounds on Facebook and other social media today it's nothing more than fake news.

The news was first published on a website called thespiritwhispers.com claims that Icelandic authorities pay males USD 5,000 (ISK 608,000, EUR 4,500) a month for marrying Icelandic women.

 All the information was posted on a website called React365.com now, is a site that allows users to create their own stories with the supposed goal of pranking their friends. Not everyone is in on the joke, however, and the story has been shared more than 111,000 times.

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The site does include a disclaimer at the bottom of its page: "This website is an entertainment website, news is created by users. These are humorous news, fantasy, fictional, that should not be seriously taken or as a source of information."



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