* Remember that just because someone shares personal photos does not mean the pictures are of them – scammers often steal other people’s photos.* Don’t be fooled into thinking that talking to somebody on the phone means you know them and that they are who they say there are.Ms Jacobs had travelled from Wagin, about 200km south-east of Perth, on November 22 last year to visit a Nigerian man she was having a relationship with on the internet. According to WA Police, it is the first such WA death as a consequence of an online scam.

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Love sports quite athletic not hardcore but love doing outdoor activities.

Honest person not in it for one night stand and have the same interest also.

* Be concerned if a person refuses to chat real-time via a webcam and be mindful that even Skype is not scammer proof – watch out for pre-recorded videos.

* Alarm bells should ring if someone you do not know personally (have met face-to-face) requests money, particularly by a wire transfer service such as Western Union or even direct bank transfers, which could be going to an account set up with a stolen identity.

“I am try as you know to raise the money and by the way you are the only one who know this ok,” she wrote.

“I will never tell anybody what I am doing here foe (sic) you ok.* Be on your guard if someone you meet on an online dating site asks you to take the conversation over to email or instant messaging.* Be wary of overseas-based singles especially if they confess their love for you after a short amount of time or want to know about your financial status.You know they are there somewhere, but you just aren't meeting them! Countless Christians in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and all areas around Australia have enjoyed broadening their circle of Christian friends, beyond their Church alone.We love hearing about how many members of our online Christian Community have been blessed with a new found relationship or marriage.Detective Senior Constable Robert Martin from the Major Fraud Squad today said such scams had now revealed “tragic consequences”.