If you think you are dating a romance scammer, you probably are. Take a little time, read my blog, and determine if anything I write about applies to your relationship. If it does, you have a problem. You have a choice, block the person, and move on in life; although, easier said than done.
Why is it difficult to cut someone off when you think they are a scammer? Because there is that ounce of hope, that you're mistaken, and they are real. The piece of faith you are holding onto is the most dangerous part of the relationship. If you do not end it, you will become a victim and lose money, possibly your life savings.
If you plan to or are currently online dating or app dating, you need to take responsibility for your actions. Because a person tells a story or shares photos, it does not prove their identity. Nor does a copy of a passport. Anything can be faked and forged online.
Many ask me who uses my service, men or women, the answer is both. What they have in common is, something in their relationship does not feel right. Therefore, they need a third party to step in and confirm if the person they are dating is a romance scammer or online fraud.
If you want to know if the person you are in a relationship with is a fraud, I can help, and it only takes a few hours. Again, if you think something is not right, you are probably correct. That means you need to take action to protect yourself.
There are a few image search sites online, like Tineye.com; you can upload an image, and it searches the net. Sometimes you can get lucky and locate the person in the picture. If you are unsuccessful, I can search, but please note there are NO GUARANTEES in this type of search.
How to identify a romance scammer.
Privacy Expert, Frank M. Ahearn, is conducting an online romance scam class to teach how to date safely and not become a victim of a dating scam. Learn how to identify scammers, search phone numbers, recover funds sent to a scammer, and much more. Learn to be your own detective. LEARN MORE