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What doesn’t say in that story is not all of these online “daters” are looking for a loving relationship.
Some online dating scammers post photos and profiles designed to lure singles to “chat.” The, unsuspecting victims fall under their spell and are bilked out of hundreds and thousands of dollars. Several months and many lies later, he’d drained her bank account of 0,000. We meet Marlene in author Carole Brody Fleet’s new book, due out in April 2016, “When Bad Things Happens to Good Women.” Fleet also spent some time on Internet matchmaking sites, giving her expertise in spotting fakers.
Once they’ve hooked you, the requests for money start.
If you’re suspicious, Nofziger has some suggestions on how to find out if your potential match is actually part of an online dating scam.
Scammers often have access to authentic-looking fake documents.
Scammers often promise to send money orders and will ask you to cash the orders and wire the money back.
Perform a Google Image search on the person’s photo.
Fraudsters often use profiles stolen off the Web from modeling agencies or military sites.
You should never send money to anyone you meet online.
Scammers often promise to visit you, then pocket any money you send them.