Looking Online for Your Valentine?

Lots of people use online dating sites to find love. Unfortunately, cupid can sometimes be a con artist in disguise.

Be sure to know the difference between a real romance and a scammer cruising for a target. If an online love interest asks for money — for any reason — you may be dealing with a scam.

Got a minute? Check out our audio tip for more on how to avoid a broken heart and a busted wallet.

Online Dating Scams

Tagged with: online dating, scam
Blog Topic: Avoid Scams


many people impostor user internet to send fraud

like who?? alejandro?

On line dating is not for me. It is a problem for kids who spend hours charting on line with strangers. The dangers often featured in the press had been scary. Parents must educate their children about scams inherent in on line dating.

I real like the site. God bless you all.

I think online dating should be banned. It just means that once your in a relationship, they might propose online but you haven't met in person, you are basically committing your future to a total complete stranger. Even if they're a friend online, you run the risk of knowing someone who are not what they say they are.

this name is a scamer please watch out for him hes 48 male says his a widower and has a daughter aged 7

who is looking for a val?

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