– Never respond to a request for money. – Never give a bank account or other details. – Beware of the sob of stories – someone who tells you how much you want to get to, but who needs a credit to pay for the ticket/visa. Or stories about a desperately ill family member who needs help with medical expenses. – The same goes for the fantastic too good to be a real business-deal on – if only a little extra money in advance…..- Pay attention to those profiles that immediately put heart cords – alleged ex-provider or wife, or those who claim to be recently widowers to gain your trust and sympathy. – Don`t let time cloud your judgment. This kind of tone can take time to get out in the news, the moment you came very well to trust and enjoy a relationship with your online contact. It doesn`t make her any less deceitful. – Our same warning applies to emergency arguments – on short-term redevelopments. Someone who asks you to use a wire service to give them money is nothing good.
– Be careful with remote and overseas relationships: You can arrive, but this is an unlikely way for a relationship to start offline, so be careful online. – Note if a contact seems to be moving forward: people who offer foreign numbers for contact, people who know nothing about what is happening in the UK – events, weather, etc., people who want or need to send messages at unusual times. – Be careful if someone seems vague in their communication about their interests, or often repeat things or be separated. They can avoid questions or make excuses for not meeting or talking on the phone. Their profile or communication can also have a funny spelling and grammar. – Don`t share images or information about yourself or others that gives someone some kind of stop about you. Your privacy should remain private until you know someone really well and you can start trusting them with things over time. – If you find someone who is trying to threaten money from you- not.
They`d be back for more. Report As bad as it sounds back then.