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In other words, he is really wishing to find out if you are worth his time to scam, as you have financial resources to share.

Think about your friendships—do they ask you about your financials?

Use a photo of yourself with a group of friends, taking part in some kind of activity.

Also, never post where you were born or the full date of your birth, because those are two keys that can open your identity.

Here are warning signs and online dating advice so you don't waste time with frauds, and instead can focus on the possibility of real love. Scammers often are not specific in what they are looking for in a mate.

(Note: I used male pronouns here, but scammers can be either gender and can present themselves however they wish online):1. Thus, more people will respond and fit their requirements.

Not many do, especially when you've not known each other for very long.10. Ask him to send you a picture of himself via snail mail.

When the exact same pictures show up that are on the Internet, it is an indication that the pictures may not really be of him, or why he send a different set of pictures?

When you say you'll be in his area and would like to get together, he can't meet with you.When making contact with you, scammers start by complementing you on your looks. "I love you" is a statement that everyone wishes to hear, but how do you know if it's real?Wouldn't we rather be complemented on accomplishments or what your goals are? Charlatans tell you they love you they have ever met you in real life.That's not necessary because you're conning people from thousands of miles away over a telephone or a computer. Q: What's the most ingenious scam you've seen recently? The truth is, your identity already has been stolen. First, I shred everything, even if it's worthless, with a micro-cut shredder, which turns paper into confetti.

A: One of the most popular scams is what they call account takeover. By your next statement, I've already written checks that have cleared your account. More than 800 million security breaches have occurred, and we have only about 320 million people in this country. Second, I use a service that monitors all three credit bureaus and notifies me in real time if somebody is trying to use my credit. I use only credit cards, because if somebody gets my card number and charges

A: One of the most popular scams is what they call account takeover. By your next statement, I've already written checks that have cleared your account. More than 800 million security breaches have occurred, and we have only about 320 million people in this country. Second, I use a service that monitors all three credit bureaus and notifies me in real time if somebody is trying to use my credit. I use only credit cards, because if somebody gets my card number and charges $1 million, my liability—by federal law—is zero.

(Do a Google Image search to see if his photo shows up on stock photo sites or catalogs.) Notice the background in the pictures posted online. Does it show a big house, a new boat, or something else that yells wealth?

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A: One of the most popular scams is what they call account takeover. By your next statement, I've already written checks that have cleared your account. More than 800 million security breaches have occurred, and we have only about 320 million people in this country. Second, I use a service that monitors all three credit bureaus and notifies me in real time if somebody is trying to use my credit. I use only credit cards, because if somebody gets my card number and charges $1 million, my liability—by federal law—is zero.(Do a Google Image search to see if his photo shows up on stock photo sites or catalogs.) Notice the background in the pictures posted online. Does it show a big house, a new boat, or something else that yells wealth?

million, my liability—by federal law—is zero.

(Do a Google Image search to see if his photo shows up on stock photo sites or catalogs.) Notice the background in the pictures posted online. Does it show a big house, a new boat, or something else that yells wealth?