Talk to many singles and they will likely tell you the same thing: it’s hard to make a romantic connection these days.
Between long hours at work and not being sure where to meet someone, new singledom can be a lonely place.
But a joint W5- investigation found a sinister online world where crooks and conmen lurk, pretending to be lonely hearts but in reality are seeking to empty bank accounts, and quickly move on – jilting their victims.London police said 3,900 people got scammed online in 2016, mostly women. He said the emotional damage is usually bigger than the lost money.He said people should never give money to strangers online, even if that person tells a very sad story. Rosanna joined the dating website ‘Match.com’ and met a man who called himself Marc Campbell.He said he was a widower and seemed nice and caring. Marc Campbell seemed the gentleman and possible soul mate she could spend her life with – and it appeared to be mutual.