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The man promised to pay her back when he returned to Canada but instead, he took the money and ran.
North Vancouver Mounties said this type of scam is not new and that “tens of thousands of dollars are scammed from online daters each year.”Not only is the woman nursing a broken heart but she is now suffering financial loss since these types of money transactions are hard to trace and prosecution is difficult, said North Vancouver RCMP Const. Police said online predators are using dating sites to fabricate photos, resumes, job titles and elaborate life stories in an attempt to gain the victim’s trust. ”When dating online, police recommend following these security tips: An Indian fisherman prays to a partial solar eclipse seen in the sky over Bay of Bengal in Konark, 60 kilometers from eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar, Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
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Then you will be busted" "You have a day to delete your fake profile. Tomorrow your IP address along with your home address is being handed in" "Oh, and when I get to find out your real identity, you will publicly be punished.
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