A widow scammed out of her life savings by a man she met on a dating app has said it made her feel like she had "lost a loved one" again. Dyfed-Powys Police said there had been a significant increase in romance fraud during the coronavirus pandemic. Rebecca Jones, fraud safeguarding officer for the force, said men and women aged from 18 to years-old had been targeted after looking for love online. In June, July and August this year, more than reports were made to the hotline a month, indicating an increase in scams during the pandemic. Widow Carole [not her real name] said she met an "attentive, affectionate and funny" man on a dating site, who told her he was widowed, and she fell in love. But Carole, who lives in west Wales, said he soon asked her for a loan, claiming his bank card had been frozen, but six months after she sent him money she found he was using someone else's photo online and "my world fell apart".
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By Stuart Grudgings. A total of Africans had been apprehended for suspected involvement, the report said. Tim Scherer, consul general at the U. Citizens of Australia, Canada and Europe had also been targeted, he said.
From Cosmopolitan. And into that box of loved but never forgotten items we must now put series 6 of Married at First Sight Australia , which after eight long pash-filled, explosive-dinner-party driven weeks comes to an end tonight. We are not experiencing this loss in normal times, and this is no ordinary series. Even if you take the fact that it started at near enough the precise moment we all got locked down for the fourth time in the darkest and gloomiest month of all out of the equation, the sheer velocity of the episodes, the exponential volume of the content, would have rendered us all powerless to its charms. For me though, this show has been more than a TV programme.