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Once you have been lured in, they will start expressing their strong emotions for their victims and will request for you to start moving the relationship away from the dating website.
They can either ask for their victims to do instant messaging, email, or phone.
Online dating and romance has become a common thing nowadays.
While there are people that have found love through online dating (you probably know some), its rapid increase in popularity over recent years has seen a dramatic rise in online scams.
They act on emotional triggers to get these victims to provide personal details, gifts, and even money.
Dating scams often happen through dating websites, though these scammers can sometimes use other means of communication such as email or social media.
They all begin with some ‘hook.’ Often, the scammer (the would-be suitor) will make contact and use something in common or a common interest, for instance, religion or profession, to spark a romantic relationship.
Estimates indicate that in the US alone, of all internet crimes, online romance scams accounted for up to 0 million in financial losses.
Some people think that it is a clear sign of desperation.
Some think that websites online are scams or people that will get only up to no good.
As the online relationship gets deeper, the victim is eventually asked for large sums of money.
Some are even asked to carry out illegal activities, and they may go ahead and do them willingly either because they are in love or because they’re being threatened.