Avoid dating scammers
Professional dating coach, Lisa Copeland, is here today to give us some tips how to avoid scammers. Margaret Manning: My guest today is Lisa Copeland with Find a Quality Man.
Lisa is a dating coach who deals exclusively with women over 50.
This is how they get you to share more and more of your vulnerabilities; who you are, the pain in your life. At that point in the relationship, the scammer knows this, and they start with the, “I’m in the middle of a business deal, and I only need 000 more to close it.
They ask you specific questions to get to that because they want to find your Achilles’ tendon. Some people have just lost a parent, a child, a spouse. The bank can’t get it to me by Friday, and I don’t want to lose this opportunity. ” Women—and men, too, by the way, because this goes both ways—spend thousands upon thousands of dollars paying scammers.
When you pour your heart out like that, scammers see that as, “I’ve got one here.” It’s like reeling in a fish.They post fake pictures of themselves, featuring models.