Hooking up with someone or trying to find love online is more popular than ever before. The coronavirus crisis seems to have brought out the best in some people while in other people it had done the opposite. More of us than ever before are dating online hoping to find a new love or at least some companionship. It does not only happen to regular girls if you know what I mean. I know many London escorts who are desperate to find love and have started to use the internet. Some of my cheap escorts friends have even been victims of what I would call romance fraud.

Romance fraud can be both a moral crime and a legal offense at the same time. One of the girls I have worked with at our London escorts agency for a long time, was asked by a man she had met on a leading dating site, to send him. They had been chatting using Messenger and Whatsapp for a while when he asked her to help him buy his wife out of their home. He said that he needed the money to tied him over and my friend would end up as part-owner of the house. Most of the other girls at our London escorts agency gasped when she told us. You should never do anything like that.

Should you send someone sexy pictures of yourself? Trying to get someone to send sexy photos of yourself is another common romance fraud. Men often like to check out sexy Facebook profiles and contact girls who look hot. I have lost count of how many London escorts have been approached by men looking for sexy images. Fortunately, I don’t think that any London escorts that I know have fallen for this very common romance scam. Should you say no? Of course, you should say no.

Not all men who are into romance fraud, ask for large sums of money. Many men claim they have personal problems and only ask for small amounts of money. But, stop and think about it for a moment and you will soon find even the smallest amount of money will add up. If one man was to ask you for $1,000, and do the same thing to nine other women, he could soon end up with $10,000. That is a lot of money to some people. I have heard a couple of London escorts talk about having been approached for small sums of money.

Should you send someone your credit card details? That is the other thing that you should not do. One of my best friends at a rival London escorts was recently asked for her credit card details by a guy she had been chatting with online. He had all of a sudden received an unexpected bill that needed urgent payment and did not have a credit card to pay it by. Fortunately, my friend was savvy enough to realise that this was a fraud. But, it did really make me wonder how many other women, and men for that matter, have fallen for similar scams online?…