Is your date wanted for more than just good looks? Check the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's database on wanted folks to help find out.
The victims and places change. But the same sweetheart scams keep on scoring and scarring. Why?
This New York Times story by Kate Murphy says the desire for connection and companionship makes people vulnerable. From the story:
Three people looking for love online found serious trouble recently in separate Florida, Connecticut and Wisconsin incidents.
Lots of action recently on the dating scam front. Here's some of the latest and lowest, leading off with some good news for the New Year.
Online dating disasters know no geographical boundaries, as this fun piece illustrates.
No need for concern about criminal convictions, bad debts or other revelations from public records when these cues from men in the United Kingdom will sound the alarms.
Useful tips here from the Better Business Bureau on spotting fake profiles and dating danger signs on Tinder.
Online sweetheart scam victims in Australia explain how they got bamboozled, but the stories, warnings and tips resonate for online daters everywhere.
A scammer who claimed to be a soldier in Afghanistan turned an online dating experience into a nightmare for a North Carolina woman.
The Catfish show on MTV is intriguing to watch. But being catfished isn't fun for victims who fell hook, line and sinker.
If you aren't following InspectaDate on Twitter or Facebook, this romance scam news from the past week might have escaped you:
Online dating scam costs North Carolina widow big $$$, ABC11 Eyewitness News, by Diane Wilson