The Rise of Cyberhunting and How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

Cyberhunting is the new hot trend in online dating. Just like traditional hunting, cyberhunters are looking for their prey – but instead of deer or rabbits, they’re looking for unsuspecting singles who they can trick into sending them money.

If you’re thinking of joining the millions of people who are looking for love online, there are a few things you need to know in order to avoid becoming a victim of a cyberhunter.

First and foremost, never send money to someone you’ve met online, no matter how well you think you know them. Once you send money, it’s almost impossible to get it back.

Secondly, be wary of anyone who asks for personal information, such as your bank account number or social security number. No legitimate dating website will ever ask for this information.

Finally, trust your gut. If something feels off about the person you’re talking to, or the relationship feels like it’s moving too fast, it’s probably a scam.

If you keep these things in mind, you’ll be able to spot a cyberhunter from a mile away – and you can avoid becoming their next victim.

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