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Online Dating Scams and How to Recognize Them

Oftentimes, the con artists convince their marks to open bank accounts under the guise of sending or receiving funds. The story may be spun further, and the scammer will ultimately convince the victim to open the account in their name or register a limited liability company and allow money transfers to flow into the account. In reality, however, the fraudsters transfer stolen money into the account and instruct their unsuspecting crime accomplices into forwarding the money to accounts controlled by the fraudsters. A recent report by the Better Business Bureau BBB said that up to 30 percent of romance scam victims in were used as money mules. Worse still, it is generally recognized that most victims are too embarrassed to come forward, so the actual losses are expected to be far higher. Obviously, romance scammers also scout for victims on social media, where, just like on dating sites, they lure victims with fake online profiles, creating attractive personas and elaborate plots. Here are two more articles and a video about dating fraud, complete with recommendations for how to stay safe. When love becomes a nightmare: Online dating scams. FBI warns of romance scams using online daters as money mules Up to 30 percent of romance fraud victims in are estimated to have been used as money mules.

Learn how to spot and avoid common scams with the AARP fraud resource center. Try it today! A Pew Research Center study revealed that nearly 60 percent of U. But seeking romantic bliss online can have a major downside: Cyberspace is full of scammers eager to take advantage of lonely hearts. The con works something like this: You post a dating profile and up pops a promising match — good-looking, smart, funny and personable. This potential mate claims to live in another part of the country or to be abroad for business or a military deployment.

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Updated July 26, It can be surprisingly easy to fall prey to a romance scam — and has nothing to do with stupidity, an online fraud expert has warned. It is a 'romance' between people who never meet, based purely on text messages, internet liaisons and phone calls. Yet victims all too often are willing to give away thousands of dollars and risk facilitating a crime. But a counsellor who works with such victims on a daily basis said the scenario was "way more complex".

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When love becomes a nightmare: Online dating scams

Romance fraud happens when someone believes they have met their perfect match through an online dating site or app, but the other person is in fact a scammer using a fake profile to build the relationship. They slowly gain your trust with a view to eventually asking you for money or obtaining enough personal details to steal your identity. It plays on the need we all have for love and companionship and many people fall victim every year. If the scammer is successful in persuading you to lend or give them money, they will usually come back with more and more reasons for needing more.

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