Dating scammers phone numbers
Certainly the most common serious, and perhaps the most hurtful, the shakedown is an online dating scam usually run by an overseas woman (or even more common, a man posing as a woman).The person pretends to get to know you and like you. Steer clear of any date that asks you to send her money.In many cases scammers pose themselves to be from service centers and often create a fake alert where they create a sense of urgency about the service.In some other cases scammers call victims, representing themselves to be from charity organizations, asking for donations.Just like face-to-face dating, singles online try to put their best foot forward.But online dates have the advantage of hiding behind a computer, making them seem a whole lot “dreamier” than they really are.If you’ve ever been tempted to try online dating, you’re not alone. Online dating scams range from minor white lies to outright thievery.
It could be one of those Indian scammer numbers trying to scam you for your hard earned money.
There have also been cases reported where the scammers call their target victims, representing themselves to be from the government tax authorities.
They ask the victims to pay a fee for claiming the tax refund.
An MSNBC article found one third of men dating online are married!
(We don’t know the statistics for women.) Although it’s often very difficult to know whether or not someone is married, here are four tips to help you spot the warning signs: Some online dating scams aren’t dates at all, but a scam to hit you up with marketing emails or other spam.