Due to the somewhat anonymous nature of dating online (depending on how much information you display in your profile), it can be easy to fall victim to a dating scam.FBI public affairs correspondent Mollie Halpern said dating scams can have a significant financial impact.Don’t give in to pressure to leave the dating site if you don’t feel comfortable communicating privately yet.“Romance scams, also known as confidence scams, result in the highest amount of financial losses when compared to other Internet-facilitated crimes,” Halpern said.
Be on guard for any other signs, because your online date may be professing love as a way to get you to lower your defenses.
Stay aware and if at any point you feel uneasy about your communication or have doubts about his or her true intentions, you may want to do yourself a favor and end contact.
How can he or she love you if you’ve barely had a chance to get to know each other?
If this happens to you, take a step back and evaluate the situation.
Here are some signs you may be dealing with an online dating scam.If your potential love claims to be in love with you very soon after you begin communicating, this is a red flag, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).