Ashley morgan scammer on dating sites
The Nigerian dating scams target the lonely and vulnerable.
The most common comment of victims who think they have found the love of their life is "I can't believe I was so stupid!
But in less than a minute someone with the handle “Monkey Fire” was chatting me up. Being a journalist on assignment, I did look for the fine print, which I suggest everyone one do when joining any membership site, but especially a hookup service.
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In the FAQ it specifically reminds users: “No, we do not pre-screen members….
Anyone who is able to commit identity theft can also falsify a dating profile.” Got it, again. Still, the homepage felt very reassuring to me, with its three security badges promising a “100% discreet service.” Of course, that’s not true now that hackers are threatening to expose the pirated data if Ashley Madison and Established Men don’t close their doors.
-- Read the terms of service before you divulge any information, but be skeptical of any site’s ability to protect your data—and be equally suspicious of anything you read on another member’s profile.
-- Before signing up, check out reviews on sites like Sitejabber.com, where you’d have read about Ashley Madison’s “Fraud! We’re talking a data breach totaling 37 million users.