Take steps to protect your personal information before engaging in the virtual dating scene.
It's also important to make sure people you meet online are who they say they are.
The research finds that “40 percent of adults age 20-29 who have reported fraud ended up losing money in a fraud case”.
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Also, keep records of all your online conversations.
We must not forget their final target is always our money and there is nothing they won’t do to accomplish their mission.While meeting in person right away may not be a good idea, there are other ways you can try to ensure that online daters are who they say they are: The most reliable protection you can have is your inner voice.If something does not sound right, listen to your inner voice.We truly want to believe that the Internet is a safe place where you can’t fall for all types of online scams, but it’s always good reminder to do a “reality check”.We, humans, can become an easy target for malicious actors who want to steal our most valuable personal data.