Short responses online dating
We encourage all members to report any behaviour they deem inappropriate.Behaviour we urge all members to report include: I’ve met someone online and say they need travel expenses to visit me, is this a scam?The sort of photos they use as well as the language of the personal ad can help you decide whether the member is genuinely looking for a partner or not.
You should never send money to anyone you meet online; just as you would never give money to someone you recently met in a pub or cafe.
Unfortunately, scammers will often use noble causes such as charities to get you to transfer money.
There are many reputable charity websites which are completely safe to transfer money to, however charities do not solicit donations through dating websites and so if you do not know the person well and they are asking for money, chances are they are working on a scam.
The scenarios vary in details from inheritance money that needs to released, to gold mining in Africa, however the story is always the same.
No matter how earnest or tempting the offer, never send money or financial information to anyone claiming to have a business idea you can cash in on.