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How to avoid online dating scammer?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Oct 11, 2021

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Max Velin

Max Velin

Max Velin
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Answered Jul 17, 2021

In the field of online dating there are often scammers. I have come across them myself more than once. I think she is an interesting and beautiful girl. We communicate for a long time. But at some point she tries to take my money or something else. That's how I used to get caught a lot. And I was sad that I couldn't find a partner. A real one. Not a fake one. Then I realized that I needed to look for normal dating sites. The tried-and-true ones. And check out the girls. Ask them for pictures from time to time. And make appointments. So I registered on a new dating site. At first I didn't think about anything serious. I was afraid I'd fall for scammers again. But no. This was different. I met a gorgeous girl. And now we're in a relationship. So not everyone is a fraud. You have to find good sites.

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Chris Evins

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Chris Evins, College Student, Schooling, Wolverhampton

Answered Apr 15, 2020

Virtually all dating sites have scammers online. It is important that you are aware of this in order not to fall into their hands. Most of the scammers are after your money, especially when they know your financial status. You can easily identify a scammer because they profess their love earlier than you expect, and they always say they have a deep connection for you quickly.

Virtually all dating sites have scammers online. It is important that you are aware of this in
They also try to take the conversation elsewhere; they always avoid video chat completely. They always ask for help with a financial transaction. They always link you to another website, always observe their language, and ensure not to fall for their sob story. Their profile on the dating sites usually contains few images or glamour stock photos. The profile is full-on false information. Do a thorough background check on anyone you meet on a dating website.

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H.Harper

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Answered Jan 27, 2020

Most of the scams that take place on these types of sites are money-related. You should never send money to a stranger you just met on Tinder or any website such as this. If a person on Tinder asks for money, block them immediately, and ban them from your contacts. Many scammers will lie and say that the money is for some charity, or they will try to gain sympathy by lying and saying it is to pay their hospital or emergency expenses or to pay their bills.

Most of the scams that take place on these types of sites are money-related. You should never send
Some try to appeal to Christians by saying that the money will be used for funding to help their ministry. Also, never send nude or risqué photos or videos of yourself to someone you meet in an online dating app or site. They might turn around and threaten to expose the pictures if you don't send them money.

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