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Most Dating sites operate strict controls in an attempt to ‘vet’ their members but as they increasingly get more ‘savvy’ these experienced thieves regularly pass the vetting procedures and begin to trawl the site in search of the unwary.Lets not beat about the bush here, these are highly organised gangs working out of a ‘factory like’ set up usually based, but not always, in the likes of Nigeria and the Ivory Coast where they invent a variety of persona and ply their trade online.Ms Smith said: 'She began talking to him over the video service Yahoo Messenger but he informed her he couldn't send live video of himself due to security risks in Afghanistan - something she accepted.Olasemo, 37, was allowed into Britain on a student visa, where he set up a profile from his Cardiff home, pretending to be an American serviceman.

Insight have taken on many such cases and, on occasions, have been able to reunite the client with some or all of their money."In this latest reported case, the victim was lucky and we hope that by highlighting what can happen, other women will avoid falling victim to online fraudsters." Most of the women targeted in the West Mercia area so far have been from the town of Kidderminster in north Worcestershire.According to Action Fraud, victims of romance fraud reported losing over £3 million between June and November 2010.Some of these men used the names of real American soldiers, and would take photos from military websites to use as their profile pictures on the dating sites.Others even sent the women fake military documents to make themselves seem more authentic.This latest report follows a number of other reports of women who have fallen victim to scams by sending money to men claiming to be soldiers who they met on internet dating sites.Dating scammers form online relationships with individuals over weeks and months, then make a request for money when they feel they have established enough trust.Sadly on other occasions the fraudsters have been long gone along with the client’s money.Joining a Dating website is as old as the Internet and most remain a wholly useful tool to meet your future partner, but increasingly those sites are being targeted by gangs who’s only interest is to fleece the unsuspecting.Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. As if all that isn’t bad enough, romance scammers are now involving their victims in online bank fraud.Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Here’s how it works: The scammers set up dating profiles to meet potential victims.