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More subtle than just sending a link and hoping you click, the trick here is to get the person to ask for more information by saying ‘What’s the code they gave you? But the website they link to is not what it claims to be.
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In other cases, they are poorly put together (note the terrible use of grammar!
) and are published on free sharing platforms such as Facebook, Blogspot and Google Plus.
Typically the scam encourages the victim to provide their personal identification, such as their drivers licence and also provide their credit card details.
Has your online date encouraged you to obtain one of these passes by directing you to a specific website offering these, such as: The websites you are directed to may be official looking and some even contain stolen logos from government authorities and official brokers.
They only want to collect your personal identification and credit card details so they can steal your personal contact details and commit further fraud.
The scam usually involves stating a fee is required to paid of approximately $200-$500 in exchange for a certificate (or supposed “dating Id”).