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* Provide few concrete details about their lives or work. Scammers mask their identities by sending shots of strangers they pull off the Internet. * String you along for weeks or months before asking you for money.
* Send flowers or candy if you seem lukewarm about the relationship.
(These are often purchased with stolen credit cards.) * Want to see you on a Webcam – even though their Webcam never seems to work.
Instead of saying, ‘Send me money,’ what they say is, ‘I want to send you money.’” The amount can be quite large, and the con artist might ask for a portion of that money to be sent to him or her in order to send you money back. “DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY TO ANYONE YOU MEET ON SINGLES DATING WORLD OR ANY OTHER DATING SITE ONLINE” We have no tolerance for scammers who prey upon innocent and unsuspecting hardworking people. Be wary of people who claim to be American professionals traveling abroad. They may use instant messaging or TTY services for the deaf to help mask their broken English.
Before you become a victim of online scams, here are a few tips that will show you how to spot a scammer. * Profess to be in love with you almost immediately.
* Plagiarize love letters or poetry to bewitch victims.
Be wary if love letters don’t match a writer’s usual style — and use online searches to ferret out lifted phrases.
Since I tried CHEMISTRY site (FREE ACCOUNT) I have been getting numerous 'fake' winks .. ” “ I had no success on any other site like or plenty of fish but in eharmony I got the real results I was looking for.
Not everyone on Internet dating sites is looking for love; some may be hoping to scam their next potential victim.
There are typical ways in which online dating con artists and scammers work.
Bells should go off if anyone overseas asks you for money — or offers to send you money.