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You feel like you're being used, abused, taken for a ride, laughed at, made a joke of Etc, in a relationship or romantically scammed online, then just get rid of this relationship and walk away. Change your lives, start a new one You can do this and save yourselves for your own sake!! You don't have to go through all this trouble and for what? For a fake and abusive relationship? No No!!
Entertainment Internet. Online dating scams continue to rise, costing unsuspecting victims millions of dollars each year. Rather than simply sending phishing emails, cybercriminals are playing the long game to cheat people out of their money. Scammers target people across different demographics on every dating platform possible. This means that regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, or preferred platform; no one is off-bounds to a scammer. However, they tend to target older people more often.
Updated May 31, Each week he's contacted by new women from around the world who have fallen in love with him and, in some cases, emptied their bank accounts for him. They've committed everything, all their financial resources, and now to find out that it's not true, it was all fake," he told Four Corners. The real Bryan Denny is a happily married family man in the US state of Virginia who has unwittingly become the poster boy for military romance scams. His image has been stolen and used thousands of times in fake Facebook, Instagram and online dating profiles. What do you do about it?
Bryan Denny is the face of military romance scams, and he wants it to stop
A romance scam is a confidence trick involving feigning romantic intentions towards a victim, gaining their affection, and then using that goodwill to commit fraud. Fraudulent acts may involve access to the victim's money, bank accounts, credit cards, passports, e-mail accounts, or national identification numbers ; or forcing the victims to commit financial fraud on their behalf. Romance scammers create personal profiles using stolen photographs of attractive people for the purpose of asking others to contact them.