This includes credit card details and details such as which bank you’re with, your pet’s name or your mother’s maiden name, which could be used to access financial information.In your profile, don’t include your last name, email address, home address, phone number, place of work or any other identifying information. A fraudster will usually make the first move, and this will often come out of the blue.

Sometimes there are good days and sometimes there are bad days.

But it is not okay for a woman to come in and take another woman's hard work because the truth is, she is lonely.

Sometimes they will create a bogus, dreamy profile that sounds like the ideal mate you’ve described in your own dating profile.

They will try to play on your sympathy and strike when you are the most vulnerable.

It’s like handing over cash – you won’t be able to get it back if it turns out to be a scam.

Fraudsters who are just looking after your money can appear desperate if you don’t send it straight away, and their emails or calls will become more persistent, direct or even aggressive.

Red flags should be raised if they want you to use instant messaging or email very soon after initially making contact, taking you away from the dating site where you originally met.

And be wary if someone online, after a short time of corresponding, professes strong feelings for you and asks to chat with you privately.

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