Dating scams 419
But instead of leading you to the real login https: site, the link will secretly redirect you to a fake website. This information is intercepted by the scammers, who later access your account and fleece you for several hundred dollars.
Commonly, the guise is an urgent need to "confirm your identity".
Or they may tell you about a large inheritance that is 'difficult to access' because of government restrictions or taxes in their country.
The scammer may contact you by email, letter, text message or social networking message.
Be sure to use our search feature to locate scammers you may suspect or to report them here.
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