If your girlfriend commits one of these 4 acts, you may file a lawsuit for romance fraud.

If your girlfriend commits one of these four acts, you may file a lawsuit for romance fraud.

Online dating has become mainstream in the digital age.

If your girlfriend commits one of these 4  acts, you may file a lawsuit for romance fraud.
If your girlfriend commits one of these 4 acts, you may file a lawsuit for romance fraud.

But along with the boom in digital romance comes a rise in romantic fraud, where con artists take advantage of those who are yearning for love, ruining their lives both financially and emotionally.

Romance fraud, sometimes referred to as romance scams, is a kind of online fraud in which the offender poses as someone else on social media, dating websites, or online forums in an attempt to get close to their victim on an emotional or romantic level.

The ultimate objective of a scammer is to trick their victim into giving money or personal information to them on false pretenses.

You can manage online relationships safely by being aware of the telltale indications of romance fraud. These four warning signs indicate that you may be speaking with a fraudster rather than a potential partner.

 

She applies a ton of filters to her pictures.

After meeting her online, you discover that despite her stunning appearance, she has been use a sophisticated set of filters that might challenge the skills of any Photoshop expert.

You may have evidence of romance fraud if her online persona is a piece of fiction deserving of a literary award shortlist.

Recall that making minor adjustments now and again is acceptable; evolving into an entirely new person is not.

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