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They have little concern for any effects this may have on you financially or emotionally and care little for your religious persuasion as long as they can con you out of your hard earned cash.A resent example of scammers targeting Christian dating sites uncovered is highlighted below: A man calling himself Edward Bregers who claimed was a US citizen working abroad, conned a Christian woman in her 30s out of ,000.But she soon realized she had been conned and called Santa Clara County prosecutors, who contacted the bank, said Deputy District Attorney Cherie Bourlard.
The site is confidential, discreet and totally safe.
“We are working to protect Christians and all other faiths on dating sites from financial and emotional fraud, but more than that, Christians all over the world are joining together to protect themselves against scammers and con artists,” Kim said today.
Once the person has been registered Kim’s team of ex Scotland Yard detectives get to work seeing if anything is known about the person with other members.
If they find any sign of deceit or deception they warns their clients they are in danger.
(01-15) PST SAN FRANCISCO -- A San Jose woman was conned out of more than $500,000 by a Nigerian scammer who wooed her on a dating website while posing as a British citizen stuck at sea on a Scottish oil rig, prosecutors said Wednesday as they sounded a warning about an increase in such online rip-offs.
The 66-year-old victim, whose name wasn't released, was targeted on Christian by a man who called her, texted her and sent her flowers before asking her to loan him money to run a business.
Scammers use our convictions of faith and unconditional love to obtain money from us and take advantage of our devotion”.
All of the scammers talk of their love and relationship with Christ is nonsense the words are aimed at winning their prey’s trust and to make their victims think they have met a kindred spirit who they can believe in.
Ironically most of the scammers are based in the high muslin region of West Africa, so the person who has contacted somebody on a Christian dating site might not even be another Christian.
The scammers (men and women) steal information and photographs from other parts of the internet to create fake profiles with personality characteristics they think Christians will find attractive.