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While most users are searching for love, Internet scammers are searching for victims.Consumers use sites like Christian Mingle and , much differently than they use Amazon or i Tunes, for example.Both men and women have reported being asked for plane tickets, so the online companion can visit, and thrust the relationship towards a face-to-face interaction.Victims have also reported money requests for health issues, family funeral arrangements, and a host of other bleak sounding circumstances.Sadly, many of those monetary losses were attached to romance scams.
Under new regulations recently enacted in California, dating sites like Sparks Networks, have agreed to start using background checks on its sites, and other dating sites will soon do the same. I belong to a few other sites and it's the same thing.
If a customer is purchasing a store product from a website, they typically have their guard up, and look out for shady dealings and unrealistic claims.
If a retail site requests personal information, most are reluctant to give it.
"It may be that I'm still erroneously being billed after not using the service for over three years."Did and messages since I signed up 4 to 6 per day.
Right away, they ask for a Yahoo address, or send me a link to look at their "photos." Yesterday, 6/8 2012, I received a dozen or so messages from a site called in the first place.