A mystery in online dating and socializing is why those who indulge do not take the time to protect themselves. There is no proof of identity if you meet someone on Facebook, Instagram, or a dating app. That person is nothing more than an unidentified stranger. You probably shared accurate details about yourself. Take Facebook's About Page; profiles display your name, hometown, work, and even family connections. In other sections are your interest and hobbies. A predator can create a fake profile to mirror your politics, music, and likes in life. They mold themselves to be the perfect match for you.
Women also become victims of blackmail; however, blackmailers execute the crime differently. What ultimately turns into a nightmare begins as an online love affair. The setup is easy; the girl meets boy, boy dotes like a fool, boy professes his love, and a whirlwind relationship comes to life. The problem is, it is all digital; more than likely, there was no live video. Why? Because the man claims he is overseas, either in the military, works an oil rig, has a government phone, and is not allowed to video. Or, their video is broke, whose mobile phone video doesn't work today. The victim ignores and accepts the excuses and view themselves in a long-distance relationship; it is not. It is a digital relationship with a stranger, nothing more.
Eventually, a catastrophic event will occur. Be it a business deal gone awry, an arrest, an ill child, or a sick uncle. Whatever the case may be, they expect you to help. It could start with something small, like a two-hundred-dollar Google or Apple card, and quickly move up to the thousands. You will find yourself caught in a vacuum, and the scammer, a heartless soul, will do everything to suck you dry of your money. The funds' transfer will never be in their name.
Recovering funds sent to a scammer is extremely difficult and borders on near impossible. Very few clients have recovered their money. That is not to say you should not try, you should, and there is a process. For further information, watch my YouTube video, Recover Funds From A Romance Scam.
Some will indulge in digital fun between all the drama and send compromising videos or photos. When the victim opens their eyes to the truth and confronts the scammer, the blackmail will kick in. Not only is one jilted in the emotional sense, but she loses money too. Then they find themselves the victim of a new scam. Horrible!
Prevention is a weapon for safe dating. If you are reading this, you are more than likely questioning your online partner's identity. If you sent money to them, or they asked, you should be questioning their motives. Either way, do not send money to a person you met on the internet.
I do understand there are those on the fence and need a professional to discover the truth. There is no doubt that the truth will be painful. I tell you, it will but far less than losing your life savings. Follow the facts over your heart.
If you need to determine if someone is a romance scammer, I can do that for you in less than 24 hours. Before we get there, the only information you need to know is if they are who they claim to be. I say this because services state they can identify the identity of a scammer or their location. It is untrue! Do not waste your money. What more do you need to know, other than they are a fraud? If you need help, Frank M. Ahearn can identify a romance scammer.
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If you are a blackmail victim, it is not the end, and there are strategies and tactics to protect your identity, prevent exposure, and rid yourself of the online scammer. Dealing with online blackmail is daunting and stressful, and it could take a few weeks to resolve.
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Privacy Expert Frank M. Ahearn provides tips on how you can identify a romance scammer. Do not be a victim of romance fraud; act now, and protect yourself.
Privacy Expert Frank M. Ahearn provides tips on how you recover funds lost in a romance scam. It is not an easy process, nor is it impossible. Either way, stand up and fight yourself.
Privacy Expert Frank M. Ahearn provides tips on how to protect against a romance scam. There are red flags in every scam; learn the signs, and never send money.