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And as well as that they just happen to be filthy rich? And if they did, they surely shouldn't be telling a complete stranger about it as this would be a MASSIVE breach of security.It may sound like a cliche, but if sounds too good to be true then it probably is. People see what they want to see, and this is what a con artist is counting on, so even if you have the slightest doubt, the tiniest reservation in the farthest corner of your mind, you need to investigate it. Are they making grand plans for you to spend the rest of your lives together in a tropical paradise when you haven't even met? You don't know each other, normal people don't arrange for these things after a few conversations.They want you to feel comfortable enough with them and trust them enough to hand over your money willingly.Ideally, they want you to do this without them having to ask. A con artist will manipulate, charm and lie their way into your life, all the time grooming you into believing that they are someone genuine, kind and caring, when the only caring person in the "relationship" is you.Knowing how they think and behave will help you stay safer online.Money, a con artist wants your money, or your personal information so they can get to your money.No, not everyone online is trying to con you, most online dating profiles are genuine people, but there are an increasing number of fake ones with very sinister people behind them who are trying to scam people like you out of their money.
They are counting on you being overwhelmed by their charm and flattery. Do they have the same moral outlook, religious views and tastes in music?
The commission provided data showing ACORN received 39,487 reports last year and 22,710 reports in the first six months of this year.
However, it did not provide any figures on how many reports had been passed on to police.
Whilst a con artist won't be stupid enough to use a genuine photo of themselves, they will have taken one from somewhere online, use Google image search and do a bit of digging to find out if that picture matches the name they have given you.
What I don't want you to do is assume everyone you talk to online is a con artist, but what I do want you to do is keep your guard up and channel your inner detective if you think something seems suspicious.She said she hired the hacker after getting no response from ACORN.