Internet dating scams be on guard
The best way to avoid falling prey to a scam is to know what they look like.
Victims should also check out the FBI's website dedicated to online fraud called Looks Too Good To Be True, which offers scam reporting for citizens of any country, regardless of their location.
The first step is to stop communicating with the person trying to romance scam you.
Don't answer their phone calls, block all of their emails (or send them to a folder reserved for future litigation purposes), and don't reply to their instant messages whether in a chat program, on your cell phone, or at a dating site.
These phishing emails and fake websites that resemble legitimate credit authorities like Citibank, e Bay, or Pay Pal.
The emails frighten or entice you into clicking on a link that delivers you to the phony web page, where you can enter your ID and password.
The complete scam reports on scammers using these pictures you can find on Romance Scam.com, this is just an overview.