With the online dating industry now ballooning to include every niche market known to man (Truck drivers, Mennonites and cat lovers have now been taken care of), the issue of online security and safety is rearing its monstrous head again.
Just what can you do about the seemingly never ending Nigerian scam artists, the dangerously alluring Russian “ladies” and the Philippine women with visa troubles? If the media is to be believed, the online world is a scary place, a world that demands racial profiling and draconian security measures. Will any of this work? Especially when it can be just as hard to catch potential online dating scammers as it is catching future peeping toms in the “real-world”?
Fact is, despite the best efforts of the industry, and of the media, there are still people being ripped off, defrauded and hurt. These fraudsters though, make up only a small percentage of the singles using Internet dating services. While staying alert and smart (by never giving money to anyone) remains the best safeguard against fraud, there are still some telltale signs to help you know if the person you’re dealing with is a fraud.
In this free e-book, I’ll give you some tips that will help you avoid scammers, and enjoy the real singles out there who are genuinely interested in meeting Mr. or Ms. Right. Read on, and enjoy!