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A spokesman for Match.com, Britain's most well-known dating site, said people should apply the same common sense as if in a bar or a pub."This includes never giving money to anyone – just as you would never give money to someone you recently met in a pub or café – and not sharing personal contact details that take conversations off the site," he said.
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With one in four British adults using a dating website at some point in their life, according to Which?
, users are being warned to be vigilant while online, particularly as the fraudster's tactics are becoming more elaborate.
Back in 2010, Brenda Parke, a 60-year-old retiree, was scammed out of £60,000 after joining an online dating site and befriending a man purporting to be a successful Dutch businessman called Bradford Cole.
Mr Cole told Ms Parke that he was a widower and that he had moved to Britain with his young daughter, Maureen.
There were 651 dating scams reported in the three months to August this year, with the average victim paying out £9,589.