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Internet dating can be fun, exciting…and costly? When the two parties involved are truthful, beautiful relationships can be forged online and even in real life. However, when a sweetheart scammer is behind one of the monitors, trouble can ensue. Learn what to look out for and how to avoid falling victim to sweetheart scams. Sweetheart scammers, also referred to as romance scammers or a catfish as popularized by a TV show of the same name, prey on individuals seeking love or companionship online. With the aid of a phony profile, and through frequent conversations either online or by phone or text, these individuals seek to gain the trust of others quickly.
If something feels or looks off in an online profile, chances are, something is. For instance, if the person with whom you are communicating with is model-like, a reverse photo search might be in order. Similarly, if the profile is incomplete or offers vague information, it could be a of a private person, or Sweetheart seeking same with insincere intentions.
If you suspect that your online friend is disingenuous, the FTC and all of us at Freedom recommend that you stop communicating with the individual.
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