If you meet someone on an online dating site that seems too good to be true or claims to fall in love with you unnaturally fast, be wary.They may be genuine but move forward with caution and look for suspicious behaviour. They ask for money A person you meet on an online dating site that asks you for money is pretty likely to be a scammer.It’s an unfortunate fact that some people use online dating sites to scam money.They think that the fastest way to your wallet is through your heart.No new European profiles can be registered on the service as of May 21st, 2018.All active Mate1 subscriptions purchased/rebilled from European customers in the 30 days prior to the regulation taking effect are in the process of being reimbursed to the payment method used at purchase.Beware of these classics: • The down-to-earth single father who has fallen madly in love • The beautiful young foreigner who needs help Personas like these work well because the perpetrators are adept at creating believable situations that lower your guard.They work hard to earn your trust before asking you for money.
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While you shouldn’t write someone off for being too good-looking, perfect looks and professionally taken photos should raise your suspicion as scammers often use pictures of models from stock photography sites to attract their victims on online dating sites.
Look for inconsistencies between descriptions in someone’s profile and their picture.