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Knockout model looks. Living or working abroad. Falling in love fast. And a call for money -- always at some point for money.

It pays to be aware of potential dating scamers any time of the year, but particularly around Valentine's Day.

Here are clues from the FBI on how you could be wading into scam territory, as reported by Advantage News.

Foods that draw the most positive responses in online dating profiles are guacomole, potatoes and chocolate. But leave yams out of it.

That's one of the insights that Zoosk gleaned from analyzing 3.7 million dating profiles and 364.6 million first messages of its users to see how mentioning different foods influenced daters' romantic reactions.

San Francisco, Atlanta and Los Angeles top Wallethub's best cities for singles while Tampa rates best in Florida.

Here's your chance to match your interests with 75 dating coaches in one place.

This "top" ranking of dating coaches and websites from Feedspot isn't as notable for who it ranks where and why as it is for being a resource for finding -- and possibly following -- dating coaches. 

You might have traits that make you more apt to be scammed in online dating.

Robberies reign in this latest roundup of recent dating scams.
In just one recent September week, the Omaha Police Department says seven men were robbed at gunpoint after expectations of meeting women on dating apps Tinder and Plenty of Fish, reports KMTV in Omaha. This story and video include tips on how to avoid similar results.

San Antonio heads the list of major cities safest for online dating. However, the picture isn't as sunny for Orlando and three other large Sunshine State cities.

Seeing these moves from a significant other or a possible candidate could signal heartaches ahead.

Nice list here from Gloria Florio with that includes these gems: They say they forgive but never let you forget what you've done and they know your weaknesses but use them against you.

An Oklahoma woman who fell for a "United Nations" poser through the online dating site Zoosk is out $100,000, authorities say.


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