romance scams

Scam Alert
The New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation is warning New Hampshire residents of romance scammers, con artists who create believable profiles, entice people into online relationships, establish a level of trust, and scam their victims by exploiting the relationship for money.
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Relationships gone wrong can result in more than hurt feelings. For victims of online dating scams, the cost could be financial as well.
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AARP Live
Online romance scams are on the rise. Scammers set up fake profiles on dating sites and social networks in order to gain your trust and acquire sensitive information. They will pose as thoughtful, caring individuals with the hidden intent to scam you out of money.
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Romance scammers use the Internet to rob Americans of an estimated $81 million per year, and AARP’s Fraud Watch Network called on the online dating industry to institute new safeguards to better protect their users.
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With romance scammers using the Internet to rob Americans of an estimated $81 million per year, AARP’s Fraud Watch Network today called on the online dating industry to institute new safeguards to better protect their users. AARP Montana is inviting its members and the general public to become involved in the national campaign by signing an online petition.
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With romance scammers using the Internet to rob Am ericans of an estimated $81 million per year, AARP’s Fraud Watch Network today called on the online dating industry to institute new safeguards to better protect their users. AARP Idaho is inviting its members and the general public to become involved in the national campaign by signing an online petition.
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With romance scammers using the Internet to rob Americans of an estimated $81 million per year, AARP’s Fraud Watch Network today called on the online dating industry to institute new safeguards to better protect their users. AARP Connecticut and local Fraud Watch partners are inviting members and the general public to become involved in the national campaign by signing an online petition.
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