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“It’s really important to keep all dialogue restricted to the messaging services on the website.

If you keep conversations strictly on the site scammers are unlikely to target you, because they know the dating site will detect their behaviour.” "On the dating site users’ behavior can be monitored, so if someone becomes abusive or inappropriate, the site can respond accordingly.

You've seen the clip: Basil Fawlty jumps out of his broken-down Austin 1100, shaking his fist and shouting oaths at the top of his voice.

He looks maniacally around, before scuttling out of shot.

"Always bear in mind that the other person is a stranger.

Take your time to really get to know someone, and ensure he or she is who they say they are.” “If you even get a gut feeling that something is not quite right, ask a friend for advice and their opinion.

But despite the potential risks, two experts in the field say there is no need to shy away from online dating as long as precautions are taken.

Nick Tsinonis, co-founder of Scamalytics, which creates software designed to prevent scammers from targeting people on online dating sites, offered a range of advice as to how to stay safe while interacting with a prospective date online.

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