Tagged online dating

13-Aug-2017 02:30

A person pretends to be someone you trust and tries to convince you to send them money.

They’re called imposter scams, and scammers use all kinds of angles to make their stories sound believable.

If you — or your friends and family — haven’t been...

One thing we know about scammers — they want money, and they want it fast.

It happend in the same second that my payment went through. I have never been a member of But, I have received several emails on my Facebook account from people I don't personally know, telling me that someone else is using my photos and name on this $#*! I hope they will close this FAKE page made in my name, using my photos soon. Please be aware and report this page if you have an account on I don't have an account and the only way I can report it is to open a ticket and hopefully they will get the page down! ed down by different types of men half of them they barley even know and half of these females be married or in a relationship or have a ton of kids. Oh and one more thing, tagged should renamed MEET EBONY PEOPLE.

uid=5998998247 Full of fake ass females begging for money, food, drugs, selling themselves, lying, playing mind games, thirsty asf. These rude ass biotches want a man that will spoil them with gifts and luxuries they have never seen before.

You find a site that offers free membership so you can browse for possible dates...

In recent months, we’ve told you about IRS imposters, romance scams, and work-at-home scams.

We always give you tips on how to spot and avoid these scams. Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. Okay, so you had some reservations, but you finally decide to try this online dating thing.

Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. Your cousin met the love of her life online, so it’s worth a try, right?

The men I have met on the site are repulsive, very inappropriate and many are only after hookups.

I ended up meeting a guy from my home town on the site.

In recent months, we’ve told you about IRS imposters, romance scams, and work-at-home scams.

We always give you tips on how to spot and avoid these scams. Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. Okay, so you had some reservations, but you finally decide to try this online dating thing.

Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. Your cousin met the love of her life online, so it’s worth a try, right?

The men I have met on the site are repulsive, very inappropriate and many are only after hookups.

I ended up meeting a guy from my home town on the site.

Of course, they don’t come right out and say that’s what they want.