The main reason is women understand each other, whereas men and women come from different planets.
People are often ashamed to come forward and admit that they’ve been duped.It’s not a good feeling to have been taken advantage of, and a scheme that’s so obvious in hindsight is even harder to admit to. If you date online, take precautions to protect yourself.Here are six things to keep in mind to help you spot and avoid scammers on online dating sites.Anyone can be the target and victim of these scams—men, women, young, old, gay, straight, white, black, Asian, Hispanic… But the FBI states that women who are “over 40, divorced, widowed, and/or disabled” are prime targets for scammers.They might also say that they live near you, but that they’re away; they could be in another country on a trip or for work, but they’ll almost certainly be somewhere far away where you can’t meet them.
The photos used by scammers can also clue you in that something is off.
David Duchovny has been spending time recently with a woman 33 years his junior after meeting her at a juicery, according to a tabloid report.
The 57-year-old actor was spotted around Vancouver, Canada recently with 24-year-old Monique Pendleberry, sources told The National Enquirer in its November 6 issue.'They were on their way into a restaurant-bar. I passed the bar about three or four times and I saw no one else,' the source told the Enquirer Pendleberry's uncle Dirk Drew told the tabloid that she's introduced Duchovny to her family, but also insisted they were 'just friends'.
The profiles of online dating scammers can exhibit some clear signs that something is off—you just need to know what to look for.
Most scammers choose victims that are older than they are, for example, so if someone who is significantly younger than you says that they’re interested, it could be cause for concern.
Researchers suggest that this is probably because women are more open-minded.