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Last week, an Arizona man was sentenced to 16 years in prison for convincing women he met on Tinder, and other dating sites to invest thousands in fraudulent schemes. "Be careful about the information you share and be careful about who you share it with." And also watch out for a big red flag: "If a person you've never met asks you for money, it's probably a good thing to avoid," Allen added.According to Huffington Post, perpetrators also use social media sites to create fake profiles and target victims beyond dating sites. In my recent interview with dating coach, David Wygant, he suggested that men are often the ones who lack confidence and suffer from fear of rejection.
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The woman, who has only been identified as a "highly paid, white-collar professional," found out the hard way when her "match" claimed he was in the middle of a million deal to sell dried cocoa beans to Kraft Heinz. Jason Osei Bonsu and Adams Amen recently appeared in a Buffalo courtroom to face federal fraud charges and likely deportation; they're also accused of cheating a man in South Dakota out of ,500. Gross, a supervisory special agent for the FBI in Buffalo, told the newspaper that similar romance scams occur across the U. Scammers build trust and rapport with intimate communication, figuring out "what buttons to push" to take advantage.