Avoiding Cheater Dating Scams: The Biggest Danger for You!
If it was easy to get away with, we estimate that 90% of men and women would cheat on their spouse (many using cheating websites). Almost everyone thinks about it at some point in their marriage. This is especially true for marriages that last a lifetime (or a long time). Let’s face it…as time goes on, a sex life with the same person becomes a chore. You’re bound to get bored.
Another issue potential cheaters have is running into scams online should they choose to use the Internet to find a sex partner. Since everyone knows the Internet is the best place for married people to find a sex partner, you have to really watch out for online scams. Some aren’t such a big deal – more of an annoyance (i.e. websites that create fake profiles). But others are not only harmful to you…they’re harmful to your marriage.
A Description of the Most Costly (but Avoidable) Cheating Website Scams
The Private Investigator Scam
Private Investigators basically run some of these cheater dating websites. What they do is hideout as a regular member of a cheater dating website. They chat with men and women just like any other member. Nothing in their profile is out of the ordinary. They’ll set up a date with you and once you arrive, share some bad news with you…you have to pay them cash (hundreds of dollars) or your spouse will find out about he attempted affair.
How do you avoid this scam? By using one of these websites…
The Pay-for-Me-to-Come-See-You Scam
This is a common scam on any type of dating site. Here’s how it works. Just like the Private Investigator, the scammer poses as a regular dating site member. He/she will flirt with you and try to set up a date. But that date is never going to happen. What he/she does is trick you into sending her money (usually via Western Union) for travel fare to come see you. This occurs when you’re interested in hooking up with someone that lives in a different town. We’re not saying you shouldn’t do that, however…be careful!
How do you avoid this scam? By either not attempting to get with someone living far away OR by refusing to give someone you’ve never met any money.