So it’s not typically a one-time message asking for money right off the bat; they have the time and resources to gain your trust over months.
Williams says scammers often copy names and photos of people from the U. military website, for example, and add those to their online profiles.
Said one guy, “I broke out laughing when I got a response that they could not find any matches for me. ” Clearly he has gone through all my programs and IS too good to be true! Millionaire “I did meet a girl that I am still casually dating from the site, but money is a central force in our relationship.Some noted that the “teaser pages” that appear in emails have lots of nude photos that area probably mostly fake. Its a site that doesn’t let you get specific in what you want.” A big and consistent loser with at least five people dissing it, is Amateur Match. Sign up and watch the emails dry up instantly.” One guy said, “Amateur Match and it’s sister site, Untrue, are full of fake profiles designed to lead guys on to keep them as members.One respondent said that was basically a scam and I have read that yes, they leave profiles up of people who aren’t there. Said one guy, “ Years ago I met someone local and had a great time. “It is a fake site that promises you people that do not exist. I see this as someone exploiting a weakness in others for their own gain a most despicable practice and they should lose their access to the internet for life.” Another said it’s “a totally fake site. It is just a money making sit that list people in Poland with big write-ups in English and unfortunately they do not exist nor is English spoken so fluently out here.” Other sites mentioned for no interaction are the sites “as not that many women seem to check their mail or are actually subscribed to those.” Zoosk….It may sound like common sense, but older singles who may not be as familiar with certain websites could be vulnerable to such scams in their quest for love.READ MORE: Lessons learned by seniors from online dating scams Williams says the overall majority of victims are people between 40 and 69 years of age, who may be coming out of a long-term marriage through divorce or being widowed.“People who aren’t in a relationship can feel lonely or excluded from this holiday, so they turn to online dating sites to make a quick connection with someone,” said BBB of Southern Alberta CEO Sandra Crozier-Mc Kee.