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Typically the victims who lose the most are older and less savvy on the ways to detect and prevent scammers from emptying their retirement savings, pensions, and bank accounts.One story AARP tells is about a fifty-seven-year-old widow who met a man online. He lured his victim into a romance then looted her finances.Allison met a man named Mark on JDate in early May.He told her he was a widower who had recently moved to San Francisco with his 10-year-old son.Luckily, the team at Site Jabber has been watching out for you; our specialists have analyzed over 10,000 reviews of online dating sites, and we have identified the top three heartbreaking online-dating scams.Weeding out dating prospects is essential for anyone on the market; unfortunately, that process is further complicated when dating sites promote and spread fake profiles.Previously, she went on dates with men who turned out not to be her type, or weren’t who they said they were. A former scammer estimates that, over four years, he made more than 0,000 from about twenty victims, both men and women.He said in order to snare women, he’d pose as a financially secure older man, often in the military or engineering professions.

The woman, whom we’ll call “Allison” in this story, is a longtime Los Gatos resident who says she is “devastated” by what happened to her and wants to warn others of the perils of online dating.

In the meantime, more and more people are turning to the Internet.

AARP recently sent along some interesting (not to mention sobering) information about online dating for the fifty-plus set and invited us to share.

Mark and Allison never met in person because he reportedly had to go to Europe shortly after their online relationship began. He even sent me a copy of his 0,000 contract with FIFA.

“We talked and chatted and he told me he got a contract for a [soccer] team from London and Kuala Lumpur,” Allison said. The contract is believable when you look at it.” Officials with FIFA, which is the international football association for professional soccer, said they never heard of “Mark.” But before Allison knew that, her online relationship with Mark moved into high gear and she continued to wire him money through banks in China.