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09 Feb

A woman hopped in my inbox and casually chatted up.

After a few messages I get asked if I'd like to video chat.

She said I needed to turn on the setting, so I looked for a setting that allowed chat and could not find one.

Then she said that you had to write the POF admin to get them to activate video capabilities.

Additionally, contrary to the myth that debit cards aren't safe, they are more secure than cash and there's a limit on what you're liable for if there is theft.

Even so, you can make sure that when you use your debit card online, you're protected.

The site probably was made to APPEAR to be maintained by POF, but it was NOT.

It was more likely to involve virtual "Pay to Play" (ie. HOWEVER: once you have freely given someone your credit card info, they cannot be prosecuted for making additional charges to your credit card. But please remember that when on line only provide such info to trusted sources.

I said sure, to which she replied that she tried to invite me, but that it wasn't letting her.

Anyone can copy bank sites, stores, or any other logos and pictures from a web site, and use them elsewhere. I figured out something was up as soon as they asked for CC information, but in the future I will definitely be wiser.

One more piece of advice, get a few expendable email's. They have no personal information of mine, I was able to change all my passwords, I don't access my bank on this computer, and I have pretty serious virus protection on this machine, so I think I'm good.

All the major dating sites deal with that scammer crap. Lol, the purported girl and I messaged back and forth a few times, and that's where my inner alerts first started going off.

Anyone that wants texting thru gmail or some other messaging source outside of direct phone numbers or POF messages shouldn't be trusted in my book. "She" was responding to my messages, but it was like she wasn't reading everything I'd said, and only replying to some of what I'd written every time she'd reply.