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For a shorter, general overview, see An introduction to love or dating scams If you have started communicating with someone online, and he or she matches many of the characteristics described in this thread, you are most likely dealing with a scammer.

Please be aware that not all scammers are alike--if you are in an online relationship with someone who doesn't have many of these characteristics, it is still important to use caution, and be alert for signs that something "isn't right."Remember: What other things should you look out for?

They will send you the Money Orders or checks and ask you to deposit them into your bank account and then wire the money to them via Western Union.

Usually they say to keep some money for your trouble.

This thread has been created to highlight and explain some of those characteristics.

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After you discover the scam you may have questions regarding the person you were talking to, the money you may have sent, the checks you may have cashed, how to report the scammer or just how the scam works.

This is a section that can answer those questions and direct you to other areas on our site that will have more details on how to understand aftermath of a romance scammer.

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