Something along the lines of, “Hey, I saw your profile and it seems like we have some common interests.
Instead of sending spam letters that promise millions for your assistance, these scammers are targeting single men and women who are searching for love online.They use psychological tricks to lure their victims in, use poetry and even gifts to get them under their spell, and then once you are there, will try to reach for your wallet, all the time declaring their "undying love" for you.Zoosk is probably one of the most secure on-line dating sites I have found; with its it various types of verification it is a little more complicated for the scammer just to use fake photos (But not impossible) .Verifications vary from analysing your pic (following on-line instructions), to connect to Facebook pages and Google and Twitter and even verifying your phone number.As you can see our pretty Natayla below, but thing become a little more curious as the picture below is copy proofed.
So either the photo that was sent to me was very carefully edited (photo shopped) or the person contacted me was the real owner???
Reports from dating-site users range from one who cited a ratio of “about a million to one” contacts to actual dates to another who had two dates almost immediately and is still dating one of them.
Before long, you’ll have e-mailed back and forth with someone you’re interested in meeting face to face.
You are also welcome to contact us and dispute any posting.
We will require some proof in order to remove a posting.
It didn’t take long for a ‘ZOOSK MEMBER’ with ‘NO NAME’ to visit me and leave a totally unconvincing message, also from an unlikely candidate.