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I have learned to accept being alone and just worry about my cats and the next day. But something still managed to bring Lee to my site, so perhaps Lee isn’t in the final inning of the game of love just yet.
Most dating sites are safe and I certainly recommend the most reputable ones on this site, which will charge you to become a member.
It’s true that we don’t have to look too far to know about scammers.
They seem to be everywhere nowadays; looking to take financial advantage of anyone they can get their hooks into and seniors are sadly the most common victims of con artists because most seniors live alone.
They call our homes pretending to be relatives in distress needing money to bail them out, they show up at our doors selling services that never get delivered once our money has been paid, they distract us in grocery stores and steal our wallets and the list goes on.
And then there are the lowest of the low who will use the pretence of romance (both on the internet and in person) to woo their way into our bank accounts and then slither back under their rocks leaving us poorer, broken hearted and feeling used and stupid. And as the global economy worsens, there will be more scam artists out there so we need to be more on our guard than ever.