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They create fake profiles to build online relationships, and eventually convince people to send money in the name of love.
An online love interest who asks for money — for any reason — is most likely a scam artist.
So, if an online love interest asks for money, exercise doubt. A tip from the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency.
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An online love interest who asks for money –for any reason – is probably a scam artist. Then they ask for money for medical care, for travel, or to pay fees.
Scammers try to get you to leave the dating website and instead communicate by e-mail or instant message. The requests will keep coming until you stop giving.
You should exercise caution and hopefully this information will provide you with advice on scammers to help you stay safe online. When we say a “scammer” we mean someone, or a group of people, or a competitor company, that is acting deceptively on our site and is not genuinely interested in dating.
Types of scammers Scammers become clever in new ways, but equally we are responding to scammers by improving our anti-scam technologies, taking advice from specialists in this area.
Imagine being able to hear a person before talking to them, being able to tell who they are before spending time to get to know them.