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How To Protect Yourself From Con Men on Dating Sites

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How to avoid con men on dating sites. What to look for, warning signs that you’ve been targeted, and how to protect yourself to stop it from ever happening. Also, what to do when guys send unsolicited X-Rated photos of their private parts.

Don’t become a victim of dating site scam. They are out there and they are looking for you.  Many women of all ages who use dating sites to find an honest connection with a kind and caring man, are being targeted by con men. Con men intentionally go after educated, women, single and divorced, who are doctors, lawyers, university professors and other professional because they have large sums of disposable income. The modern con men peruse social sites for their victims and set up very legitimate looking profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook and other sites. They take their time to slowly develop their con with women, sending her hundreds of emails, text messages and phone calls over months of ‘getting to know her’.

You need to learn how to protect yourself from con men who may have already marked you for their long, slow target. You don’t need to lose your savings or your emotional investment. This week I answer questions by Rapunzel, a woman who has been approached by 4 con men and 1 flasher on dating sites.

Nancy Murdoch is an artist, author of 3 books and a licensed HeartMath coach . She helps women pick up the pieces, start over and rebuilt their lives after a break-up. To contact Nancy or set up a coaching session, please visit NancyAtNoon.com or send an email to her directly at nancy@nancyatnoon.com.

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