Jane began talking to a man who identified himself as, "Eddy" online.Days after they began corresponding on the dating website, their communications moved to e-mails and text messages."He sent me Bible verses, Christian poems," Jane recalled."He just acted like he was really interested in me."However, shortly afterwards, the tables turned.Jane received a text message stating, "I am not who I say I am. "Jane resisted, and the man on the other end became more threatening."Be ready to bury someone since you don't have the money," one message read."You don't love your kids at all," the text messages continued. She instead called authorities and contacted the dating website.If we don’t catch them there we have a large customer service team that reads every profile written and approves all images on the site, keeping a vigilant eye out for people who are trying to take advantage of other members."The popular dating website lists safety tips online for users.Through a statement, it emphasize these three ways for users to protect themselves.
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