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Beware Of Unscrupulous Scammers And Fraudsters On Online Dating Websites

Unfortunately, prospective partners may not always be what they seem, and online dating sites are often used by scammers to commit fraud. Always exercise caution. Here are a few fraud examples to watch out for and report:

Declarations Of Love: If an online contact claims to love you within days or weeks, be cautious. You need to know someone to love them. Instant declarations of love mean someone is trying to gain your trust for the wrong reasons. Use common sense before you reciprocate - especially if it involves your bank account.

Requests For Money: This should send alarm bells ringing whatever form the request comes in. Fraudsters will try to gain your sympathy - and your cash - with their hard luck stories. Harden your heart to them.

Beware Of Money Offers: Nobody gives money away to strangers through an online dating site, These offers are always scams. The same goes for anyone touting a sure-fire get rich quick scheme. The only person who will get rich quick is the scammer who successfuly fishes for your bank details.

Threats And Blackmail: Unscrupulous fraudsters will extract money to prevent the publication of compromising or embarrassing pictures, webcam footage or messages that they have obtained by deception.

Heed the following advice to save your self from embarrassment, blackmail, physical danger and online dating fraud -

  1. Never ever respond to a request for money, no matter how plausible, and never give out bank account or other financial details.
  2. Harden your heart to heart-rending sob stories. Don’t believe claims that  your online date needs a loan to pay for tickets to visit you or has a desperately ill family member who needs help with medical expenses.
  3. Don’t fall for  a too good to be true business deal they are in on if only they had some extra money up-front.
  4. Beware of dating profiles that seek sympathy, such as ex-serviceman or woman, or people who claim to be recently widowed, because 99% are after your money.
  5. Don’t fall for pleas of urgency regarding money needed at short notice. An online date asking for money to be wired to them is invariably up to no good.
  6. Be wary of long distance and overseas relationships. They are an unlikely way for a relationship to start in real life, and even more so online.
  7. Beware of online dates offering foreign numbers for contact or who want or need to send messages at unusual hours.
  8. Never share intimate pictures unless the recipient is someone you trust implicitly.
  9. Don’t be afraid to ask a friend for advice as it can be hard to stay objective. If they advise you to back off ... Listen!

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