Internet fraud. Faking it: scammers’ tricks to steal your heart and money How do I avoid being an "emotional victim"?
This kind of con artist may be found on any social networking site, not just dating apps. The need to emphasize the importance of not placing your trust in strangers through social networking sites, even if they appear to be regular people, is due to the fact that electronic deception groups, both as organizations and as individuals, have become more organized and dangerous than ever.
The articles and images that we post on social media are, according to social media expert Dadi Daccache, "the best service that we provide to him." Fraudsters utilize a variety of tactics to catch their victims. The victim's intricacies and vulnerabilities are used in the majority of "online" romantic fraud cases.
People who commit electronic fraud are skilled at identifying the victim's patterns by examining the phrases, words, and images that she posts on communication websites, which reveal a lot about their psychological condition and help them find the opening through which they can enter the victim's heart. No matter how amiable and humanitarian the other party appears, anyone who wants to stay in a safe place when communicating with strangers on social media must adopt a policy of extreme caution and not trust them.