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If you haven’t tried online dating yourself, I’m certain you know someone who has.It has surged in popularity over the last 10–20 years, and is now one of the most likely ways to meet a mate.Tyson, Perta, Haddadi and Seto (2016) described this as a downward spiral where men feel they have to write more messages to get a response, and women receive even more and that leads them to being more selective in whom they respond to.

The scammer will move off the dating platform very quickly, usually into instant messaging, email or phone.Replicating our behaviour offline, women tend not to make contact in online dating, men still send four times more messages than women.However, we know from research by Kreager, Cavanagh, Yen and Yu (2014) that when women do take the initiative they are twice as likely to form a connection, and they are more likely to connect with a highly desirable and attractive partner.Researchers Whitty and Buchanan estimated that up to 250,00 people could be affected by these scams.There are a number of red flags that can help pinpoint and avoid a dating scam.