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'Conmen target 'lonely hearts' on the dating websites.
Dating websites are becoming a magnet for confidence tricksters preying on 'lonely hearts' a study reveals.
It says as many as 200,000 people may have been persuaded last year to give money to fraudsters who are using false identities, to pursue relationships with them. The fraudsters usually use photos of soldiers or models when making contact with their victims, then act swiftly to move the 'relationship' away from monitored sites to personal online services, such as email accounts, to carry out the fraud, claiming dire financial straits or needing urgent funds that they promise to payback. In some cases when victims don't send cash, scammers involve them in money laundering, by asking them to accept payments in their bank accounts.
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