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“Scammers tend to prey on a few things,” Wade said.
“They want you to trust them, and they want sympathy.” That’s why 63% of fake profiles describe themselves as widows, he said. While ethnicity is divided, a whopping 36% of fraudsters describe themselves as Native American — a red flag and likely a misunderstanding on the con artist’s part, Wade said.
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More than million is stolen every year in romance scams, according to the FBI.
Wade’s company compiled a list of the most common characteristics from the 60,000 accounts it’s deleted to help singles spot warning signs.
(More about our profile approval process) How do we usually spot people trying to sneak in a false profile?
The simplest way of spotting a fake profile is when there is a picture of a celebrity or a known personality.
“We’re not talking about lying about your age or weight; we’re talking about scammers who are trying to take your money,” CEO Brandon Wade told the Daily News.
It’s also obvious when the age and appearance of the person in the photos don’t match the questionnaire.
If that online dating profile sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
This means, a real human reads the questionnaire and reviews photos before publication. This candid review allows to block the majority of attempts to submit bogus information.
When we initially approve new profiles of women for publication, we usually have a telephone or Skype interview with them, to assure that our database is free from fake profiles and also to answer any questions that ladies may have about Elena’s Models and using our dating site.