Fake identification on dating websites

Anyone who clicked on the ad was led to a page suggesting that their computers had been infected with malware.

Cyber criminals yesterday set up a fake advert (highlighted) at the top of Google's search results for the retail firm Tech support scams use scare tactics to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services that supposedly fix contrived device, platform, or software problems.

A true-life Story of Dan and Val, who met over the Internet and fell in love: "I subscribed to an internet dating service a couple years ago, expecting to only communicate with American women. He even sent a letter to President Putin requesting his help in investigation.(Click here for earlier reports on this scam.) Don't move any further until you read The Complete, No-Nonsense ANTI-SCAM GUIDE For Internet Dating.Too many men were caught up in a scam and lost great deal of money - want to be one of them?By hosting the app on a recognised social media platform, rather than their own servers, this may have helped the hackers to avoid detection by Google's automated scam identification software.The popup encouraged visitors to call a free support line to resolve the problem.

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