Home  |  About Us   |  Contact  | Free Consultation
All Background Checks  |  Identity Check   |  Extensive Report  |  Due Diligence Report  |  Compare Reports  |  Articles
 
Brusied Heart from dating scams

Online Dating Scams

Singles trying to develop a relationship often turn to an online dating site or app to find someone. A Better Business Bureau (BBB) study was conducted to learn about the inner workings of online romance scams and provide potential targets and reputable dating services with knowledge needed to avoid this widespread and devastating fraud.

READ

 
CANDY HEARTS LOVE SCAM

DATING SCAMS STORIES

Victims rarely speak out because they are humiliated and embarrassed that they have fallen for a scammer.

The U.S. military says that they have heard from thousands of victims who thought they were dealing with someone in the armed services. This is a major problem around the world.

READ

 

Game Over

Anatomy of a Romance Scam
Experts identify several distinct stages of the scam:

Contacting victims
Romance scammers use dating websites, apps, Facebook, and other social media. Many use stolen credit cards to join the sites and post fake profiles. They meet victims, interact with them, and quickly try to get them to move to a different form communication such as email or texting.

READ
 

What to do if you suspect that you might have been not told the truth?
Request a FREE CONSULTATION,  Choose a BACKGROUND CHECK

Report a Scam to the BBB https://www.bbb.org/scamtracker/us
Reprinted from an article on the BBB website

Author C. Steven Baker  stbaker@bbbinc.org
About the Author Steve Baker is the former Director of the FTC’s Midwest Region where he worked on consumer fraud matters for more than 30 years. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Council of Better Business Bureaus and is BBB’s International Investigations Specialist.
 
  HomeAbout UsContact | Agreement Site Mfap
 Copyright 2018 Date Check ~ How to Investigate ~ Investigative Professionals