When you think you’ve met the perfect partner through an online dating website or app, but the other person is using a fake profile to form a relationship with you.
They’re using the site to gain your trust and ask you for money or enough personal information to steal your identity.
While I’m not surprised I didn’t know about this great restaurant, (because we’ve been hiding under a rock since having our back-to-back boys).
I’m so happy that my husband and I broke our date night dry-spell at the brand new Bonefish Grill in Mc Candless. Walking into the intimate, candlelit restaurant we knew we were in for a treat and I instantly knew this was going to be a great review to write.
So, I didn’t know it until I posted a pic of hubby and I on Facebook, but apparently everybody loves the Bonefish Grill.
When we checked in on FB, my post was met with praises of the restaurant and the persuasive suggestion to make sure we try the Bang, Bang Shrimp.
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.
The majority of accounts on dating websites are genuine people looking for romance, but fraudsters may try to contact you by making fake profiles, getting in touch and building what feels like a loving relationship.
Once a fraudster using a fake dating profile is confident that they’ve won your trust, they will tell you about a problem they’re experiencing and ask you to help out by sending money.
Though still relatively in its infancy, social networking offers an easy yet effective way to market your website.
Thanks to networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, its now possible to advertise your service to a range of prospective target markets, absolutely free.