Or do they make it clear that they have a great job, are very wealthy or charitable? Some romance scammers are trying to gain enough information about you to be able to steal your identity, it’s not all about getting you to send them money.Is the person you’re talking to professing their love for you without meeting up in real life?
A failed relationship could give you a broken heart, but it shouldn't leave you out of pocket.Police said Hill told the woman he was a millionaire, and somehow convinced her to fork over ,000 to purchase a home and furnish it as well.But after she transferred the money to Hill, he vanished and ceased all contact with her, the report said.Police believe Hill has pulled similar scams in four other states.According to the , a woman from Alpharetta told police she met Hill through the dating site on March 27, and that the couple met each other the same day they first exchanged messages."During their short romance, he convinced her that they were in love and wanted to buy a house together," said Cpl.
Police in Georgia are looking for a man they say met a woman through an online dating site, agreed to marry her within a week, scammed her out of $80,000, and then left town and cut off all contact with her.