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When you've found this page, you may very unfortunately already have fallen prey to an internet dating scammer.
You may have been seduced by their charm with terrible consequences for your financial, mental and emotional health.
“I just think its wrong to victimize and rob people, just because they’re lonely and vulnerable.” Stories like these are not uncommon: As more Americans turn to dating apps for romance, the risk of being swindled by fake accounts has also grown. Malware bots prey on singletons swiping through Tinder and other location-based dating apps, in an attempt to trick them into handing over valuable information like bank account numbers or passwords. This kind of “catfishing” — a term born from a 2010 documentary about a man who begins a romantic relationship with a woman online who lies about who she is on her profile — resulted in nearly $500,000 in losses in the U. between 20, according to the Better Business Bureau.
In response, app makers have taken steps to make sure their users can be sure they’re dealing with a potential mate, not a potential thief.
Other services like i Real and Blume, both dating apps, claim to solve the problem using in-app cameras for face detection.