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The FBI has some helpful tips to save yourself from being swindled and/or turned into a mule.
One such: most crooks don’t use their own photographs online, instead stealing an image from a social media account and passing it off as their own.
The poor woman’s story fits what the FBI is seeing more of: an actor spends a few months building a relationship with a victim, then asks for money or electronics …
or to open a bank account under the guise of sending or receiving funds, in the case of recruiting unsuspecting mules.
If the financial institution flags the account, it may be closed, in which case the conman either tells the victim to open a new account or turns to the next victim to groom.
Another scenario in recruiting mules: the conman claims to be a European citizen or an American living abroad.
Left-wing, right-wing, dairy-intolerant, beard-abhorring? And now, a rising trend: there are more and more suitors looking to tick off a box that would read “mule” if it were that easy to find lovelorn patsies to launder money or run drugs for them.There are a lot of boxes to tick off to let a dating site know who you want to get cozy with. We’ve seen plenty of these scams in past years: FBI numbers show that in 2017, more than 15,000 people filed complaints with the IC3, alleging that they were victims of romance/confidence frauds and reporting losses of more than 1 million. The FBI’s online crime division – the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – on Monday issued a warning about the rising number of faux lover-boys and -girls who are turning to online dating sites to run what are known as romance or confidence frauds.Could the victim please open a bank account or register a limited liability company in their own name? and then receive and send money from that account to other accounts controlled by the supposed sweetheart?It’s not a good way to meet a lover, unless your taste runs to fellow inmates.
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This is how these swindles go: First, the conman or woman gets their victim’s trust. Last year, we saw a romance scam victim who not only sent money to the conman posing as her beau; she also allegedly plotted to kill her own mother for cash to send to him/them/whoever was conning her. An example of the rising trend of recruiting mules from dating sites is that of a woman who met somebody on a dating site who convinced her that he was a civil engineer. He’d secured a very lucrative contract for a job, he said, but he needed somebody trustworthy to bring it to fruition.