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They put it on the member to take their own precautions when meeting new people.

In other words, how they get into the victim's head and convince them to give up their hard earned money," Caddigan says.

Here are some helpful tips: Be on the lookout for grammatical errors, many of these scammers are overseas.

The scammers create a fake profile, dupe vulnerable people into responding and ultimately getting drawn into what they think is a romantic relationship.

One man who says his photo was posted on a dating site without his knowledge told us he gets a dozen e-mails a week from women all over the world who’ve fallen for his online imposter.

They put it on the member to take their own precautions when meeting new people.

In other words, how they get into the victim's head and convince them to give up their hard earned money," Caddigan says.

Here are some helpful tips: Be on the lookout for grammatical errors, many of these scammers are overseas.

The scammers create a fake profile, dupe vulnerable people into responding and ultimately getting drawn into what they think is a romantic relationship.

One man who says his photo was posted on a dating site without his knowledge told us he gets a dozen e-mails a week from women all over the world who’ve fallen for his online imposter.

Look of inconsistencies, like pictures not matching the person's age and of course the big one, any attempt to get money -- or anything else.