Deborah Nelson of Colorado Springs, CO, knows first-hand the shock of this terrifying scenario and is helping prevent it from happening to others. In her true story, “Oops, I married a Con Artist,” Nelson proves that now, more than ever, singles need to know the identity of the people they are dating. The crime of identity theft in financial transactions is costly, but is also beginning to infect personal relationships, especially amongst the dating population
There are a few online dating tools that will help you feel more relaxed and secure when dating online. Even paid sites attract all kids of potential scammers and cons. Don’t be fooled into thinking that because someone PAYS a $20 – $60.00 monthly fee to use an online dating site that they are serious or legitimate. After all, that’s a rather small investment when what they are really after is your emotional loyalty and thousands of dollars of your “trust” money.
We’d love to hear your stories and experiences relating to online dating safety and personal identity concerns. If you discovered a scam artist or were a victim of a scam, please share your experience with us.