Don't get scammed on Valentine's Day Money can't buy love but Aust…

Don't get scammed on Valentine's Day Money can't buy love but Australians are being warned to be careful for scammers who’re making an attempt anyway on Valentine's Day. More than 2600 Australians misplaced nearly $23 million to romance scams in 2015 with $four.four million misplaced simply in February. “These heartless fraudsters will do everything they can to convince you that the relationship is real before taking your money and running” Victorian Consumer Affairs Minister Jane Garrett stated on Saturday. Online con artists typically go to excessive lengths to create sensible profiles and groom their victims over many weeks months or years to construct a relationship. Once they’ve gained their sufferer's belief they begin asking for cash for a spread of emotive causes. “Don't fall victim to an online romance scam this Valentine's Day” Ms Garrett stated. “Look out for the warning signs and never send money to someone you've never met.” Australians Entertainment Scam Scam on Valentines Day Trending subjects Valentine's Day

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