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The scammer will ask you a lot of questions about yourself, knowing that the more information they know about you, the easier you will be to manipulate.The scammer will spin a tale about him or herself as well. This romance stage can last sometime - weeks and months even.Her emails from a Gmail account arrived every two days and at first were full of the little details of her life, like walking in the park with her friends and hanging out for pizza.She sent dozens of pictures of her eating cake, dressed in a bathrobe, lying chastely on the bed, always dressed in white.
She contacted Dave (not his real name) on dating site Zoosk in November last year, telling him she was a 32-year-old Russian woman eager to pursue a serious relationship.Scammers count on this fear because your knowledge is power. The scammer may be a member of the same online dating site as you or any online forum you have joined.The scammer may also contact you on social media - it’s always a good idea not to accept friend requests from people you don’t know.Unusually for someone her age, Aleksandra had no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.In fact, there were no online traces of her at all.You can report romance scams and any other scams you become aware of to the BBB Scam Tracker at bbb.org/scamtracker.If the scam occurred on an online dating site or some other online forum, report the individual’s user-name to the site moderators, who can take steps to prevent the scammer from targeting anyone else using the same website.It was a mere two weeks before Aleksandra's emails swung in a more intimate direction, peppered with loving endearments and declarations of their future together.A smitten Dave began to make plans, discussing travelling to Russia to see her — but he also had his doubts.As long as people are motivated to deceive to make a buck, there will be victims of this and other scams.If you’ve fallen victim, don’t be afraid to talk about it. Generally the scam starts with an initial contact by the scammer.