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When Dating Online You’re Taking Your Life In Your Hands!


Yes, your life, or at least your identity – which for most of us, is a big part of our life is literally on the line with every online dating contact you make!

How Is That Possible?

Simple, really.  When you make contact, you start the downward spiral.  If the scammer is good, they are going to get everything they need from you to steal your identity.  

You are going to tell them:

  • Your date of birth
  • Your address
  • Your phone number
  • Your profession and place of work
  • Your financial status
  • Your email
  • Your phone number
  • Your Bank Name

Even if you don’t ever send them money, you are going to give them all of this over time.  They are clever thieves, and know how to get it from you.

Once they do, there are enough online databases, so that they can probably find:

  • Your vehicle registration
  • Your Driver’s License
  • Even your social security number

With that information, they can:

  • Open Credit Cards
  • Open Bank Accounts

But even if they don’t do any of those things, they are still able to steal your identity – they can steal your good name and your face!

Every 2 seconds
an African Scammer is stealing someone’s face and name!

Very probably, yours has been stolen too!


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