The next morning, she is found there, dead, with a newspaper article about her nemesis, David Connelly, clutched in her hand.
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STATEWIDE (WGME) -- If your search for love takes you online, the FBI says financial fraud is one of the dangers of dating online and costing victims more and more every year.
In fact, according to FBI numbers tracked down by the I-Team, the average financial loss from sweetheart scams is between $15,000 and $20,000 and often target women 50-59 who believe they're in a real relationship.
Cook admits she was suspicious but felt the only hope of her getting her money back was to send more money."I put my house in reverse mortgage, I gave him my retirement, I gave him everything," she said. Postal inspectors say consumers need to remember they are talking to a stranger unless they verify the identity of the person on the other end."Heed the warnings and the guidelines that the dating site has posted on the site for you.
Miranda Thornton, a successful Oxford English professor and author of a bestselling treatise on why women don't need men, had a change of heart and submitted an extremely vulnerable video to the Internet dating site Heart & Soul.
But when her video is leaked to the subversive media blog, The Barker.biz, she becomes the laughing stock of Oxford.
Humiliated, then insulted when a former suitor tries to take advantage of her situation, she returns home.