In our previous articles we’ve already discussed with you such a burning issue of the online dating world as dating scammers. As practice shows in spite of the anti-scam policy, no one matchmaking network can guarantee you absolute safety, and we are all aware of internet scammers. Today we want to draw your attention to this problem one more time. Unfortunately a lot of us still underestimate the threat posed by these swindlers, every day thousands of people lose their money becomming the victims of such users. Please read the following tips in order not to get trapped.
- Be cautious when you are asked for money either for a ticket to come to your place from another country or in the exchange his/her private information. This is may be the first sign you are communicating with a scammer. It doesn’t mean that each user who discusses finance issues with you tries to deceive you, but before transmitting your money to anyone make sure this is a real and reliable person.
- Also pay attention to the way your date communicates with you. If you’ve noticed that his/her letters sound unnatural or look like as if they are copied this is also an alarm signal.
- Check the online profile of your would-be partner; online scammers always create hundreds of accounts with fake photos and data.
- The pace at which your relationship develops is a simple way to tell a scammer. If someone is only flirting with you to get money you will soon know about it. Scammers usually ask for cash as soon as there’s such an opportunity. The courtship period should be long and gradually evolving for the two of you to get to know each other better.
Online dating can become a wonderful alternative to numerous fruitless attempts of finding your perfect match somewhere in a local bar or a night club but never forget that you should be cautious and very attentive while communicating with new people online.