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“Dating and romance scammers lower your defences by building an online relationship with you.“Police warn to never give out personal details, particularly in a chatroom.
Answer: You don’t.” Adopting a fake aliases online, often using photos of wealthy and good looking people, is known as catfishing.
While not always intended to scam people out of money, many victims often find they have been misled.
The scammer will traditionally try and focus the conversation on you, thereby revealing little details about themselves while appearing interested.
The Met said: “Scammers will normally try and steer you away from communicating on a legitimate dating website that could be monitored by staff.