Oprah online dating scams
to my online dating community Dating 'n More: a small, absolutely free, privately owned, dating website, which I do my best to maintain scam free.I am not some "company", as well as my Dating 'n More site doesn't belong to any company.The clip opens with the television star standing in front of a festive Christmas tree.The scammers are apparently 'asking for money if you sign up for an Own account on Instagram.'OWN--the Oprah Winfrey Network--is of course Oprah's media empire, which encompasses not only her television channel but her various other interactive offerings.was formed in 2005, originally as a site to add the details of any scammers who tried to join the site.As the list grew, more sections were added to make the site what it is today - one of the largest online resource against romance scammers from around the world.
Internet romance scams and other related crimes are affecting and ruining lives throughout the world. The more people that are educated in the way the scams work, the harder it is for the scammers to make money and the more scammers that can be put out of business.It is maintained by a Russian woman, currently living in the US (that would be me!) who is greatly concerned about the situation in the dating industry.Oprah had a warning on Thursday for fans to stay vigilant, after she learned scammers were trying to take advantage of her Instagram followers.
The 63-year-old entertainment mogul even broke into a little jingle in an attempt to get her warning to stick.
Things then turned somewhat funny as Oprah started singing 'It's a fraud, it's a fraud, it's a fraud,' presumably to make her message more memorable.'Don’t believe it,' continued the cultural icon, 'don’t give up any of your back accounts or personal information to anybody posing as me or anyone else for that matter.'She signed off by wishing her fans a merry Christmas.