Online dating con artist
Hi, Patrick - I'm not sure if you mean you're shocked at her knowing your name, or that there was a response that met your request. Cycling Fitness - I had not heard of sites paying people to submit profiles I am not surprised, though.
Of course, this kind of information is what banking sites ask when you’ve forgotten your password.If you find that a new romantic interest has a history on these services, it isn’t a guarantee against fraud.Watch out for the warning signs and don’t become complacent just because you found other information online. Con men are excellent Phishermen As you may know, “phishing” is the act of securing private information by appearing to be a trusted source and sending links that download personal information or install a damaging virus.It is no longer easy to tell if someone is likely a scammer based solely on their photos.While photos are important, don’t put complete stock in them. Con men are more subtle than ever Someone you’re dating is not likely to ask for your bank account number, but you may end up in a conversation where your date asks what high school you went to, or where you were born, or your first pet’s name. They may talk about themselves and talk about their first dog, and ask, “Did you have a pet when you were a kid?