She responded by reporting him to the local sheriff and the FBI. The authorities never recovered her money, and she was forced to take out loans to live. alone, romance scammers sweet-talked 5,900 victims out of more than .7 million in 2014.
The widow's story is a classic case of a romance scam. But this is just the tip of the iceberg, as romance scams are grossly underreported.
As awesome as that is, what happens when something goes wrong, and they aren’t your match at all?
You have expectations of meeting someone just right for you.It seems quick, easy and painless, and the odds of finding true love are pretty good.Every year, 280,000 marriages that take place are attributed to online dating services.Men lie most about age, height, and income, while women lie most about weight, physical build, and age.So, the guy who says he is 40 years old, 6’2, brown hair and blue eyes, and earns 100K per year, just might not be anything like that when you meet him.