Romance Scams makes headlines. They cause financial damage and emotional pain in their wake. Age or date verification fraud is widespread. I think this is the most prevalent online dating scam with thousands of daily trials. And an unknown number — maybe hundreds of people getting caught every day. Thank you datingsecurityadvisor! I just received the confirmation email. The guy I`m talking to with a smile agreed to see each other tomorrow. Thank you very much!!! Moreover, the URL of the fraud page is as follows: site seems very legitimate and misleading. Men (and women) be careful!! These sites operate outside the United States. When I started investigating this fraud, they usually came from Bangladesh and did not register anonymously.

More and more, maybe because of my blog, they sign up anonymously. Here is a recently active fraud page that is not recorded anonymously. Ahsraf Tarafdar, from Dhaka, Bangladesh, owns this site: Read the fine print during registration To complete the verification process, the user must create a username and password and provide an email address. Once this information has been transmitted, the website asks the user to provide a “secure age verification” in the form of credit card data. If I have the IP address of dating billing sites, I can see 3 different locations. It can be a company with distributed activities or 3 different companies. The other clue is the fact that there are so many websites that it must be concluded that this is not a small fly-by-night operation – it must be considerable to handle Internet traffic. For customer service, White Label uses an outsourced call center provider. To access the dating site from the “Free Verification” fraud site. In the example above, is a kind of paid aggregator per click or per action – a click generator that sends you through other websites that select the dating sites where you actually enter your information. Dating sites are spinning.

The click generator connects to a different dating site every time someone uses the date verification page. In the same way that the fraud page uses the iframe command, you can`t see the fine print, you have no way to see it – unless you go to the source code and click on the iframe link. This is something that the average consumer would not know how to do it. I don`t want to be too technical, but the proof is in the code. Here`s an image of the site`s code iframe command, insisting on: 1. Declarations of Love – If someone you`re in contact with starts explaining their love to you in a matter of weeks (or even days or hours), be careful. You have to know someone to love them. Instant messages of love could be someone trying to get directly into your life, perhaps for the wrong reasons.

Use common sense and don`t be afraid to talk to a friend to get a second opinion. 2. Requests for money – This should really sound the alarm, regardless of the form in which the question is received. Scammers will try to win your sympathy with the stories they tell. 3. Someone who offers you money – Who gives money to strangers through a dating site? These are always scams. The same goes for everyone with a safe fast empire. The only one who tries to get rich quickly is the scammer who fishes according to your bank details or other financial information. 4. Threats and blackmail – These are ugly words. But some scammers have tried to threaten the money of people who don`t show images, webcam recordings, or messages they`ve received online from users. No one should be fooled by offensive, insulting, and threatening behavior on the Internet unless they were talking or talking to someone in a bar or coffee shop.

Trust your instincts and immediately stop communicating with someone who makes you feel uncomfortable or worried. Never be ashamed to report a partnership placement issue. They help them and serve other users. If you`re looking for the exact phrase “strong love never dies,” you`ll usually find this page anywhere in the search results….