Did you get an unknown, unauthorized credit card charge from a website that looks like gibberish?You could have been tricked in to signing up for a dating or porn service, without your knowledge. There was all these beautiful woman in my area that wanted to meet and chat so I paid the and as soon as I did that then all the sudden none of them girls wanted to talk anymore and the only girls that want to talk to me or a long ways away and all they want me to do is sign up for another site so I can pay more money these people are thieves! (1st warning) Was routed to it when trying to access Tinder.Now, since you already know their next move, you have to close out your charge account to prevent further charges.If you have found this site, by searching the name of a mysterious credit card charge, most likely it is fraudulent. These scams abound on online dating sites and applications.You could have been on Craigslist, or Tinder, Baddoo, or Ki K, or wherever.Once money has been sent to the criminals, they will delete the fake profiles and cease all form of communication.
UPDATE: The Internet Crime Complaint Center’s (IC3) have recently distributed the following press release: The IC3 has recently received reports regarding a scam that baits individuals into intimate online conversations and then extorting them for financial gain.Ah, the number of online dating profiles I’ve seen with that kind of Byron-worthy poetry.But one thing that volunteering as a moderator on Ok Cupid has taught me is that it’s not just the Nigerian scammers who have a grasp of English shakier than Greece’s medium-term fiscal policy – more depressingly, it’s local morons too.And that thing is probably a massive credit card bill.If your correspondent writes like a nine-year old who has drunk a litre of Red Bull, save yourself many hours of emailing and send a £50 postal order to a randomly selected internet café in Lagos. Pro tip: if you’re suspicious, try Google Image Search.