Often the reason people ask this is because they’re embarrassed to log into dating service at locations other than their house but they want to be able communicate throughout the day.
Please visit our verification instructions page for more information.
Remember, we’re not interested in stealing your identity, so please block out all personal information like your street address (we’re only looking at the town and postcode), license number, or passport number.
Most dating sites are full of them, and many sites don't bother to get rid of scammers - because scammers look good...
scammers use model photos, have nice profiles, and that attracts more members.
A Warning on Moving to Personal Email Accounts Rapidly There is one other risk with moving to personal email accounts.
It happens less often and requires that you move to personal email very quickly but it’s a problem that exists. Often a scammer will steal credit card numbers, sign up for a dating service, convince men or women to move to the conversation to personal emails and then attempt to use the Romance Scam on them.
From there, you are able to get additional information such as name, physical address, phone numbers and even their relatives.
In many cases, we can help you pull the ip to even give location information about where the email was sent from.
Scammer is sick or has a sick parent or child, or is stuck in a country (Nigeria or Russia usually) and they need your help.
Their money, credit card, and ID has been lost or stolen and they have been arrested and need to pay a lawyer so they will be allowed to leave the country.
Make sure your ID clearly displays your photo and date of birth.