How not to fall for a scam date this valentines day
And with the rise of mobile apps like Tinder and Bumble you only ever a click away from meeting the
person you've or nightmares
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But it not just the Fifty Shades of weirdoes and stalkers that you can be careful of online. There
been a rise in online dating fraudsters who aren
dating sites[/url] looking for love, But your money. here in 2016, 3,889 people informed falling
victim to romance scams, in order to Action Fraud, The UK confirming centre.
The average scammer plays the future game, discussion you up, Gaining your trust and then inventing
some crisis in order that you part with your wonga. Typical scenarios include asking for travel
expenses so they can visit you, requesting for a donation to a charity that you never heard,
Claiming they heard of a great money making scheme that invest in or that they need money to help
treat a sick relative.
And may possibly not end there, Even when caught out the fraudster may claim they very, Very sorry.
they promise that they now fallen in love, so that they can keep the relationship (And the salary)
one such victim, medically known as (Not her real a person's name), A 47 year old single mother
from North Yorkshire was conned out of over by from Manchester, An Italian who was in the Turkey.
over the years he began asking her for money, Claiming he been mugged and hubby needed to pay
Wasn decent, followed by I got so far in I couldn get myself out, And I didn want to walk away
having lost or whoever else, So you keep pointed in the hope that you wrong and this person is
genuine, She asked the BBC.
another victim, talked to BBC Ulster Stephen Nolan. He lost female he chatted to online.
Just thought I was doing the right thing. My bank said I was coming in large numbers of to take
money out of my account and it was getting beyond a joke I was never suspicious. How did it leave
him? Just felt a bit down and daft about doing work, He explained to Nolan.
Chief Superintendent Simon Walls from the Police Service in Northern Ireland asks people to be extra
vigilant at this holiday.
marked on your calender to February 14th, And people looking for companionship or love often find
themselves more susceptible at this time of the year. They see pictures in the shops and red roses
in all directions them and they want some of that,
There is also ton of reason to be ultra careful, As bob Profitt, Deputy Head of Action Fraud is the
reason: Lot of the dating foreign girls fraudsters we know are abroad. They in West photography
equipment, Eastern Europe and it very difficult for British law enforcement officials to take action
against them in those jurisdictions. Whilst others include safety tips and offer multiple ways to
report a cynical profile.
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totally, What can you to avoid being a victim? constructive our top tips to stay safe finding love
and not cash poor and lonely.
Choose the site or app you use carefully Are they dependable? Are you happy they take your security
and safety seriously?Don reveal too much about stomach, On your link or in your chats. Is there also
anything in their pics that suggests doesn't meam they are who they say they are or where they come
from?they may seem like monsters, But scammers are still human and will trip their business up.
check for contradictions and lack of memory of previous chats. since make it really easy to do this.
you should then cut off all contact and call Action Fraud 0300 123 2040.
don't, You know next to nothing for definite about who you are talking to. consider on dating scams
and what to do to stay safe, visit the Action Fraud website.