A new Internet scam is targeting people who are looking for . Conmen are tricking people by using love letters and romantic . Conmen buy "scam packs" to help them trick would-be daters. The is online and only costs a dollars. It includes love-letter templates, photos, videos and identities. This is all you need to pretend to be looking for love. The conmen pretend to be looking for romance on sites. They write to their and when they become friends, they ask for money. They use many different excuses and why they need money.
London police said 3,900 people were scammed in 2016. The amount of money lost was $12,500. The average age of the was 59. More women than men were scammed. A senior police officer described the the scams do. He said these crimes destroy . He said the damage is usually bigger than the financial . He advised people to never give money to strangers. He said: "Never give money to people you meet online, no what emotional sob the person uses." He added that people should always be on their online.