Date: 2018-02-04 18:34
Jane contacted a US-based site, last November to report the scam, but they have not responded. Repeated calls by Fairfax Media to the site's US headquarters went unreturned.
If you do not receive the verification message within a few minutes of signing up, please check your Spam or Junk folder.
At this point you are an official member of the site and free to browse around as you wish. To finish your profile, you can enter more information about your appearance, smoking habits, profession and children status. You can also write about yourself in a Profile Text box, write a Profile Title, and choose a DatingCafe quote to display, . &ldquo Good mood, as far as the eye can see&rdquo .
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Facebook declined to give any details about its risk mitigation systems or say how many compromised accounts are caught. The site asks users to report posts or messages that ask them to inappropriately share personal information or send money. Voss declined to discuss how many reports it receives.
-Talk to an independent friend, relative or fair trading agency before you send money to someone you have only recently met online.
These scammers are not just people set on a career criminal path. Some are students ― one 7556 study suggested as many as 85 percent ― looking for cash. “Many undergraduates in Nigerian universities have embraced internet fraud as a way of life ,” wrote researchers Oludayo Tade and Ibrahim Aliyu of Nigeria’s University of Ibadan. Poverty is certainly a factor almost half of the 65 million graduates from more than 668 African universities each year can’t find a job.
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Slightly more men than women are duped by fraudulent lovers, but men are less likely to seek recompense out of embarrassment.
The victim-blaming is something that needs to change, said Jan Marshall of Australia, a victim herself who now advocates for others through her website Romance Scam Survivor . Nobody signs up to be preyed upon.