How to spot a dating site scammer

Stay clear and report the member to Someone I have been messaging online has told be of a lucrative business idea, is this a scam?

Never send money to people who propose business ventures or suggest sending money to help get you rich, especially if the offer requires urgent action for a limited time only.

Relationships and trust naturally happen over time, beware of anyone rushed declarations of affection.

Use messenger for all initial contact and never disclose personal contact information without feeling completely comfortable to.

The approach that members take to get to know you will always vary.

There are many reputable charity websites which are completely safe to transfer money to, however charities do not solicit donations through dating websites and so if you do not know the person well and they are asking for money, chances are they are working on a scam.Scammers will often pocket the money or use the bank details you have given to gain access to your online banking and pocket even more money.Scammers may go as far as sending fake documentation to corroborate their claims such as: photocopied plane tickets, visa requirements and passport information .Our moderation team manually check photos and personal ads across the site and a built-in screening system helps identify suspicious accounts, remove them and prevent re-registration.While we are confident that our measures ensure a high level of security, we urge members to maintain vigilance while dating online and report any suspicious profiles to safeguard other members.

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