So you're looking for love, just like millions of other Australians. But where exactly should you be looking? Do free online dating sites offer a good service at the right price? Or should you stump up the cash for paid online dating sites instead? Our investigation looked at key things like price, privacy, and demographics and found that online dating scams are rife, and some privacy policies and terms and conditions are riddled with disturbing provisions.
Romance scammers prey on Words With Friends players
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It will ruin your life. Catch the full episode on Tuesday, April 1 at 8: HIS photo has been used in so many dating scams that he finds a new profile to report to authorities every week. He is an unwitting cog in a growing online scam, which is costing desperate and dateless Australians millions of dollars a year.
Love me don't: the West African online scam using US soldiers
From midnight until dawn most days, Tracee Douglas sits in the garden of her Bundaberg home with her iPad in her lap, and her iPhone and cigarettes beside her. With only the knock-knock-knock of geckos for company, she scours the web for clinching evidence to convince women who are sending money to "soldiers" abroad that the men they love are fakes. She's lost count of the number of scams she has stopped since setting up her private Facebook page, "Military Scams:
Here's a fictional story illustrating how a scam may play out on a dating site: Jessica, an Australian businesswoman in her forties met a man called Martin on an online dating website. Martin's profile said that he was an Australian, but stationed in Ghana as an aid worker. He was a widower with a 10 year old daughter. Martin's photo showed that he was attractive, well-dressed but not too formal.