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These fakers tend to inhabit forums and social networks and try to scam large groups rather than individuals.

Many of them will actually employ entire of faked identities and sock-puppets in order to maintain the fiction of their existence.

This is a surprisingly common form of cyber-bullying- creating false profiles on Facebook and Twitter in order to taunt classmates and supposed “friends”.

Some of the most visible cases of catfishing come from would-be pranksters.

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According to at least one report, only 3 people were confirmed to be dupes, rather than the hordes of suckers.) Online dating can be a goldmine for scam artists.It can be intoxicating when an otherwise “impossible” love feels attainable, even when it’s built on a lie; having to admit to the deception would not only ruin the “relationship” (and thus kill the dream) but also quite possibly torpedo any relationship from the “real” world.Some people just want to be the focus of everybody’s world and don’t care how they do it.The majority of people on dating sites are genuinely trusting and generous souls – so naturally there will be predators looking to take advantage of them.

It’s sadly not uncommon for lonely people – especially those who may not be terribly socially experienced – to be targeted by clever scammers who strike up an online relationship and proceed to fish for money.Some will go so far as to fake their own deaths, just to keep the sympathy train rolling.