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Once they’ve convinced their match that they are simply a fellow dater who is curious about other’s experiences with the service or are an employee of that service, they are able to establish a level of trust that leads to victims unknowing giving out personal information, like their phone number, home address or payment information, to someone who is only looking to rip them off or pay them more unwanted attention online and offline.Online daters should be wary of anyone who begins a conversation by asking them to participate in some type of survey.In February 2014—the time period where people increasingly seek companionship around Valentine’s Day— 1.46 percent of all online dating transactions were fraudulent.On February 14, 2014—Valentine’s Day—1.41 percent of all transactions were fraudulent on online dating sites.Investigators said Johnson also went by the names Maria Christina Gia, Maria Hainka, Maria Hendricks and Gia Hendricks.

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In this case iovation defines transactions as any interaction a customer has with an online dating site, such as account registration, activation, login, account management and purchase.

The top five types of fraud that occur on online dating sites, in order of most to least perpetrated, are:“Scammers used to build relationships only to later repeatedly solicit funds, but now they are causing even more harm,” said O’Hearn. Fraudsters build trust until they convince individuals to send compromising photos or video, and then blackmail their victim with threats to send the media to friends and family if they don't send money.

They added that during one hotel stay, she even tried and failed to buy her own car.

"She has no legitimate source of income and lists her occupation as a dog trainer, yet appeared to live the high-dollar lifestyle of the café society entirely off stolen identities," the sheriff's department reported.