Sadly, the internet is the playground that predators use to lure women, for the purpose of performing scams, abductions, rapes, and murders.If you haven’t heard of this yet, there is a very common scam going on through internet dating sites.
Men lie most about age, height, and income, while women lie most about weight, physical build, and age.
They claim they need money for some kind of emergency, or to help pay for something they really want to buy you, but don’t have all of the money for yet, and they will pay you back. And if you don’t give them the money, they make you feel horrible, accuse you of not loving them the way they love you, sometimes even cry to put on a show of how much they trusted you, and are so hurt that you won’t do the same. Then, they get as much money out of you as possible, and disappear.
They have already given you so much false information about them, there is virtually no way to find them.
he problem with Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram – it just takes a second to put something, thoughtlessly, in the air – and it can never be properly recalled.” Many people, including University of London researcher, Holly Powell-Jones, are disappointed to see these figures, as she states again to Eagle Radio: “It’s shocking that social media law and ethics isn’t compulsory in all UK schools, as this project shows how easily ‘out of touch’ adults can be with the reality of children’s digital lives.
We all share a responsibility to ensure young people learn how to use the Internet safely, responsibly and legally, as early as possible”.