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Protecting Yourself from Scammers on Dating Sites

written by Lisa Copeland July 10, 2020
Protecting Yourself from Scammers on Dating Sites

Right now the best way to meet men is on a dating site. Good men are on there but scammers are as well, and you have to protect yourself.

In fact, recently, I heard yet another story of a woman connecting with a scammer on a legitimate dating site.

These men are con artists who will find a way to touch your heart and your pocketbook without a second thought.

I don’t want to scare you and cause you to stop going online because there are good men on there for you to date.

But there are certain clues you need to be aware of that will tip you off to potential scammers.

7 Tips to Stay Safe from Scammers

Read through these seven tips about what scammers tell you so you’ll know how to protect yourself from their lies and schemes.

1. Scammers feed off specific clues you put in your profile.

Don’t mention your income or where you work.

You can say you’re a nurse or an executive, but don’t mention where or how much you make.

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