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Putting yourself out there is difficult, and let’s face it, dating is just downright scary sometimes.
So the last thing you need as a singleton is to be scammed while trying to meet someone online, right?
Online dating has exploded in popularity over the past 10 years.
Once seen as a rather desperate way to meet a potential partner the industry has now become a much more acceptable way of finding romance.
And although there are many successful online dating stories like that shared by Amelia and Juan, we just need to be a bit more vigilant.
To prove that this can happen to anyone, take note of this local Cape Town-based social media manager’s recent Tinder scam story. I should have spotted this a mile away.” We have this idea that scams only happen to naïve, uneducated people who are preyed on by evil online perpetrators you’d personally be able to spot from the get-go. After meeting on Tinder, Susan* started having doting conversations with an attractive man for about 2 weeks. ” He said he was American and only in Cape Town for a short period of time. Being weary of strangers Susan* gives him her work address as the delivery address.
You’ve been through the relationship mill, so you know who you are, and more importantly, what you want.
We’re wondering how widespread this is around the country.
Let me know if anything like this has ever happened to you on Internet dating websites.
Soon after, he started promising her extravagant gifts (Chanel, Tiffany jewellery, Louboutin heels), messaging: “I got you something nice” – sending a picture of a Rolex watch. Just before meeting he got called home for an emergency. But then he asks her to pay the customs tax for the gifts – it must be paid via EFT.
Mmmm…“But I was like, if you can afford all this stuff, then why am I paying the tax?