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Authorities are those looking for love on the Internet to cautious. There was a 20 per cent spike in online romance fraud last year. The organisation UK Finance that cyber fraud increased considerably and coincided with a rise in the number of people for a partner online. This has exacerbated by feelings of loneliness and isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. There was a sharp rise in the number of scams to dating sites and around Valentine's Day. UK Finance said: "Romance scams can customers out of love and out of pocket." It : "Romance scammers can very convincing by an emotional attachment with their victims."

The Online Dating Association in the UK that around 2.3 million British citizens dating apps during lockdown. Cyber criminals have advantage of this to scam people. A total of $26 million is to have been lost in bank transfer fraud. The average loss per victim around $11,000. According to data from a UK bank, people aged 55 to 64 are the most vulnerable to romance fraud. Pauline Smith, a fraud expert, said: "Any online platform that you to with and to other people could be by romance fraudsters, so it's important to remain vigilant." She urged extreme caution if an online love interest money for things like medical care.

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