The Pitfalls and Dangers of Romance Dating Scams

The Pitfalls and Dangers of Romance Dating Scams

From Heartbreak to Scams: Navigating the Perils of Online Dating Romances

The presentation on "The Pitfalls of Romance Dating Scams" is designed to educate people of all ages about the dangers of online dating scams. This presentation is relevant for tweens, college-age individuals, mature adults, and seniors. The aim is to provide information on how these scams work, how to recognize them, and what steps can be taken to avoid falling victim to them. During the presentation, we will discuss the common tactics scammers use to lure victims into their traps, including using fake profiles, pretending to be someone they're not, and establishing a false sense of trust. We will also highlight some red flags that should raise suspicion, such as requests for money or personal information, inconsistent stories, or dodging video calls. The presentation will also cover the emotional toll that romance dating scams can take on victims, including shame, embarrassment, and betrayal. We will provide tips for seeking support and help in the event of falling victim to these scams. Ultimately, the presentation aims to empower the audience with the knowledge and tools to avoid becoming victims of romance dating scams. Everyone needs to be aware of these scams and know how to protect themselves while engaging in online dating.

James D. Feldman CSP, CITE, CPIM, CPT, PCS — Motivational Speaker

James D. Feldman CSP, CITE, CPIM, CPT, PCS

The Nowist™ Transformation Advisor Delivering Real Results

James communicates thoughtfully, prepares carefully, arrives early, and is perfectly prepared. He understands how to use all 5 senses for active participation and leverages his expertise using licensed movie scenes to drive content points home now. James' unconventional path to business and personal success has taught him that winning in business and in life requires anything but conventional thinking. It requires 3D Thinking™

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