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FBI: File a complaint at Internet Crime Complaint Center. If you’ve wired money to a scammer: Both Western Union and Money Gram have websites with information on filing complaints.

Western Union agreed in January 2016 to a 6 million settlement with the FTC over allegations of looking the other way and allowing fraud and money laundering.

Of 288,000 online scams, with losses totaling almost

FBI: File a complaint at Internet Crime Complaint Center. If you’ve wired money to a scammer: Both Western Union and Money Gram have websites with information on filing complaints.Western Union agreed in January 2016 to a $586 million settlement with the FTC over allegations of looking the other way and allowing fraud and money laundering.Of 288,000 online scams, with losses totaling almost $1.1 billion, romance scams accounted for 20 percent of all losses and only 4 percent of all victims. “They’re all smoke and mirrors,” Barb Sluppick, owner of Romance Scams.org, says of the scammers.“They slowly become part of the victim’s dreams.” Sluppick’s organization provides support and education to those who lose their hearts – and often a chunk of their finances – to scammers.Victims include everyone from doctors and lawyers to CEOs and cops, Sluppick says.In many cases, they’re lonely after a divorce, the death of a spouse, or their kids are grown and have left home.

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FBI: File a complaint at Internet Crime Complaint Center. If you’ve wired money to a scammer: Both Western Union and Money Gram have websites with information on filing complaints.

Western Union agreed in January 2016 to a $586 million settlement with the FTC over allegations of looking the other way and allowing fraud and money laundering.

Of 288,000 online scams, with losses totaling almost $1.1 billion, romance scams accounted for 20 percent of all losses and only 4 percent of all victims. “They’re all smoke and mirrors,” Barb Sluppick, owner of Romance Scams.org, says of the scammers.

“They slowly become part of the victim’s dreams.” Sluppick’s organization provides support and education to those who lose their hearts – and often a chunk of their finances – to scammers.

Victims include everyone from doctors and lawyers to CEOs and cops, Sluppick says.

In many cases, they’re lonely after a divorce, the death of a spouse, or their kids are grown and have left home.

.1 billion, romance scams accounted for 20 percent of all losses and only 4 percent of all victims. “They’re all smoke and mirrors,” Barb Sluppick, owner of Romance Scams.org, says of the scammers.

“They slowly become part of the victim’s dreams.” Sluppick’s organization provides support and education to those who lose their hearts – and often a chunk of their finances – to scammers.

Victims include everyone from doctors and lawyers to CEOs and cops, Sluppick says.

In many cases, they’re lonely after a divorce, the death of a spouse, or their kids are grown and have left home.

“Please, keep your webcam off and your pants on,” Sluppick says.They’ll quickly weasel their way into your life, learning your favorite foods or favorite color, Sluppick says.If a friend voices suspicion, the scammer will say the friend is jealous and tell you to stop talking to your friend, she says.Western Union received at least 44,500 complaints about online dating and romance scams, with losses totaling at least million, between 20, the FTC’s Todd Kossow says.Amy Nofziger, regional director of the AARP Foundation, explained how a romance scam works: The scammer will often say he or she is from the United States, but is traveling or working overseas, and will quickly profess his or her love for you.