Her fondness to Randall's woven identity grew stronger, eventually pushing her to send him over 0K in the course of two years, despite the fact that they've never met.
In the end, , who claims to be in Ghana, turned out to be what's known as a "catfish".
A 70-year-old woman met a certain “Richard Randall” online.
Entranced by the interest shown to her, the constant communication soon turned developed into an online relationship.
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[Read: 8 Valentine's Day threats] Such is the case with people who have unknowingly allowed themselves to play accomplice to a cybercriminal act—with them usually coming out as the victims.
In fact, reports say that romance scams count as some of the most successful schemes to rake profit from victims.
Cliché or not, it's true that love is indeed a powerful force.This means that a woman looking for romance in a dating site may think she is talking to a soldier stationed in Afghanistan or a divorced civil engineer from England working in the US, when, in fact, her online lover is simply a scammer working behind his machine using a script that has worked countless of times.