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There a new scam on the Internet for those looking for love. Criminals are to trick people by using old love letters and romantic language. Conmen can easily "scam packs" to help them would-be daters into their scam. The pack is available online and only a few dollars. It includes love-letter templates, photos, videos and false identities. This is all that is to to be someone looking for love. The criminals as potential partners and contact people seeking romance on dating sites. After a period of correspondence, they asking their victim for money. They use many different kinds of excuses and reasons why they money.

The police force in London 3,900 people being scammed online in 2016. The average amount of money they was $12,500. The average age of the victims was 59 years old. More women than men were , with 61 per cent of the victims female. A senior police officer the damage the scams do to victims. He said: "These crimes lives and the emotional damage often far the financial loss. He advised people against giving strangers money. He said: "Never money to people you meet online, no matter what emotional sob story the person uses." He that to be safe, people should always on their guard when communicating with a stranger online.

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