By Timothy Hardiman The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is announcing a scam that extorts money from people who visit online dating sites.
The targets of this scam are people who frequent online dating sites, but may be in a relationship with someone and do not want their online activity publicized.
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According to police, cyber criminals from outside Canada are creating fake profiles on several online dating sites that list their geographic location as Toronto.
The scammers then contact the victim and engage in flirtatious chats that become sexual in nature.
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Police have issued a public safety alert about an online extortion scam targeting dating website users.
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