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Scam Prevention Help
Can you prevent scams? Have you been scammed?

Unfortunately, every year many people fall victim to scams committed over the internet. Scams come in many forms via unsolicited emails, auction websites, consumer services, online dating, and other social websites. While it is challenging to track down the person or group who has scammed you, there are some steps you can take.

If you have been scammed or think you have seen a scam, there are many government agencies that you can contact for advice or to make a report. The best agency to connect with depends on where you live and what type of scam is involved.

While DateToMarry.net has implemented a manual approval system for each new member. To ensure a high-quality dating community, we DO NOT PROVIDE A BACKGROUND CHECK on any of the members. Members need to run their own search to check the background of a potential partner. The following government web sites will help you in dealing with international financial scams and victims of scams:
www.travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/financial_scams/financial_scams_3155.html
www.lookstoogoodtobetrue.com
www.fakechecks.org
www.travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_4522.html
www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/
www.fraud.org

If you believe that you or any American citizen have-been scammed and the perpetrator is in another country, contact the State Department's Office of Overseas Citizens. Services at 1-888-407-4747 or contact the embassy of that country in Washington, D.C. If you encounter someone asking for money, spamming, or any odd behavior, please REPORT THEM IMMEDIATELY.

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