Seniors and online dating
According to a 2013 study by the Pew Research Center, 11 percent of American adults -- and 38 percent of those who were single and looking for a partner -- said they used online dating sites or mobile dating apps, such as Match.com, e Harmony or OKCupid.While the study showed younger people were more likely to use the sites, those approaching their senior years are hardly strangers to the Web.
They also claim to use sophisticated technology to identify fraudulent behavior and prohibit users from countries where scammers operate.She's just a lot more savvy now."I wouldn't trust anybody on it without doing some kind of background checking and making sure that they are legitimate," Cook said.Is sharing your faith one of the most important things you consider when searching for love and fellowship? Christian is committed to your needs as a Christian bringing authentic Christian principles, resources and modern dating technology together.After four months of courtship including emails and phone calls, but never meeting in person, the man who claimed to be a contractor from Virginia was suddenly stuck somewhere in Africa and in serious trouble. "I was really worried about him, I thought the man was going to die."The money started to add up and before Janet realized she was being swindled the 76-year-old widow was out roughly 0,000."These are people who have worked so hard for their savings and now they are giving it all away to the romance scammers," Barbara Hannah Gufferman with the AARP explained.