Dating scams out of the ukraine

You can easily verify the legitimacy of any profile on social media by searching for the profile picture on Google.

If it appears in results other than the social media account then you must understand that the account is fake.

Truth is that there is a lot that can be done and there is little that can be done.

It’s all dependent on whether you have already been a victim or how much you can learn in this regard.

You started chatting with a person online who is now your potential life partner but after a few days they want access to our personal or financial data that is a “no bueno”.

To be on the safe side keep an eye on their conversation, they might not be as consistent with details as someone who wants to start a genuine online relationship.

They just put all the email addresses they can collect through this method into a database for later use.

And the "Russian woman" who writes you later won't usually be the pictures on this profile.

Here’s how: A scammer will always hide their face from the victim and make excuses to call you or not show their face.

If the person you are talking to claims living in another city or country ask them to show their face on webcam to prove their identity and in the event they object with nonsense excuses or suddenly start avoiding you, they are most likely a scammer.

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