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Within a week, some tragic event happens, and he has no funds to return to the U.S." Because he has "proven" his wealth with the luxurious presents, he persuades his mark to send cash or credit card numbers so he can buy a plane ticket back home.Online dating services can be a terrific and efficient way to find love.However, due to the anonymous nature of the process, hazards abound.Their members all go through criminal background checks, but filtering fraud is not guaranteed.e Love is making an extra effort, however, with a new product called e Love Select.Use the computer advantageously, says Jennifer Leuer, general manager for Protect My ID."Google their names, check them out on [social networking website] Linked In or use the Net's white pages." As you're investigating, make your own profile mysterious.
More, sharing personal details is intrinsic to forming a relationship, but it also can expose you to fraud, says Paul Falzone CEO of Norwell, Mass.-based e Love, one of the world's largest brick-and-mortar dating services.
"Some questions seem innocent, like asking what your mother's name is or what your parents do for a living.
They may ask for your home or work address to send you a gift." Such tidbits are invaluable currency for identity thieves.
Speak up, says Amy Cananday, public relations manager for Match.com, the Dallas company that pioneered online dating.
"We encourage our members to never share their credit card information with another member on the site and report suspicious activity immediately." Falzone, though, recognizes that it can take more than caution to stay safe when conversing over the Internet.