Christian singles dating scams
Also, site owners should review their attempted transactions daily.
Spammers will often try multiple attempts with different cards and names.
Next, it’s reaching our vernacular with big sites like Match and e Harmony being tossed around like common terms everyone should know.
Third, there’s increased press around online dating scams, such as the lady on Christian Mingle in the United States getting scammed out of 0,000 from a man in Nigeria.
However, I find that with a majority of single CBIC and CSIC, they are perusing and signing up for several websites that are not Christian/Biblically based ....Very few spammers will go through the trouble of sending in a fake license.However, it's a good idea to check any license that is sent with images of real licenses for their state to ensure it looks accurate.Next, set up a few video chats through Face Time or Skype to further discern their authenticity and your connection with them.At this point, it's wise to ask for the full name and date of birth so you can run a background check on them to ensure there's no history of sexual misconduct or criminal background.