Saturday, October 21st, 2017


    

Women in 20s and 30s Biggest Target for Online Dating Fraud

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(Online Dating Newsletter) A study by the Taiwanese Criminal Investigation Bureau has found that women in their 20s and 30s are the biggest target for online dating fraud. While its important for all men and women to be aware of online dating fraud (Online Dating Magazine is about to do a major series on this subject), women under the age of 40 need to be extra careful. Most online dating fraud is initiated on online dating services, where you receive an email from someone wanting to get to know you better. They’ll have a fake profile set up. Generally, they will give their email address in the first communication and the first communication won’t mention anything from your profile. A team of scammers are behind the fraud and they work to form strong online bonds or “online relationships” with you before creating a fake emergency to request money from you. They know if they can get you to fall in love with their fake persona first then you’ll be more susceptible to falling for the money request.

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2 Responses to “Women in 20s and 30s Biggest Target for Online Dating Fraud”
  1. Rhonda says:

    I have not had any money requests yet but I have noticed an increase in the number of contacts who send really weird messages. I think it is just a way to see who is desperate enough to respond to even the most gibberish of messages.

  2. Faraz says:

    It’s a very good way to scam, but nowadays people are aware of these kind of stupid things. Only a very desperate girl could fall into this kind of things.

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