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NEVER, EVER send copies to your Date any of your personal documentation such as drivers licences, passports etc.

The profiles have been created to communicate with individuals online with the intention to scam others, leaving them financially […] Read More Cover image: Wagin woman, Jette Jacobs, 67, has been found dead in a South African villa after meeting her online lover.(Source:au) A WEST Australian woman who went to South Africa to find love has been found dead in her rented villa in a suspected romance scam.Your tweets will also need to be set to public rather than private, and you'll need a website linked to your account.Twitter says it has around 187,000 verified accounts at the moment, but 320 million active users, meaning the approval criteria is notably tough.The company is urging users not to click on any suspicious links sent in Tinder messages, or to read the fine print carefully when signing up to any new services.

Symantec reminds users that, “If you’re using Tinder or any other online dating site or application, be aware that spam bots will continue to come up with creative ways to try to get you to sign up for other websites or services." "Do your part by reporting these accounts to Tinder and always make sure you read the fine print on any site or service before you sign-up.

Later, victims received text messages, either containing their names, asking if it was them or containing a statement that indicated their names were posted on a particular website.

The victims were provided a link to a page on the website that claimed they were a “cheater.” Photos of the victims and their telephone numbers were also posted.

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The female victim, Melissa*, originally met “William” on an undisclosed Internet site who claimed he was from the United Kingdom.

Tinder users have been warned about a major new scam that is conning some customers by promising fake services.