They wanted to push and push and get something from you quickly. They may invest in hundreds of IM’s, emails, and calls. Don’t let your guard down, no matter how well you think your relationship is progressing. Con men are into social media “I Googled her and she had a Linked In account and a Facebook account, so I thought she was legit.” Yes, con men (and women) have learned about social media.

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You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.

Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.

” It’s going to sound natural because, as we said, obvious con men are out of the game quickly.

Of course, this kind of information is what banking sites ask when you’ve forgotten your password.

Just like the Internet, fraud tactics evolve over time.

There was a time when con men used cheesy photos of models from magazines.

However an obvious con man is out of the business very quickly, so their tactics have improved.

Here is a list of some of the “new and improved” ways con men are trying to get your attention. Con men look more average than ever Con men now use very average photos in their profiles.

A con man will send you an email with a link and write, “Watch this video.

It’s the funniest thing I’ve ever seen.” One click of the link and passwords, credit card numbers and other personal data can be removed from your computer. Con men can get you to do the strangest things It seems hard to believe, but many acts of fraud have been committed because a con man has persuaded a user to let him/her log into their account.

And if you’ve been emailing back and forth with that person, they have all the information they need to access your accounts.