Dating ebook scams
Dating and romance scams often take place through online dating websites, but scammers may also use social media or email to make contact.
They have even been known to telephone their victims as a first introduction.
about a product that has been around since the emergence of the seduction community. And yet, it has sold millions of copies all over the world and has more lovers and haters than any other dating product I know. But just because an Indie band gets famous, doesn’t mean that you can’t listen to it anymore. And yet, you can find one article after another that calls the Double Your Dating e Book the biggest scam since the invention of the mortgage.
David’s Double Your Dating e Book provides you with an overview of everything a beginner needs to know about understanding, meeting, attracting and dating women. I read it, I read the bonuses and I made notes, a lot of notes. Did you really think that someone pops out of his mother’s vagina with the name David De Angelo and then accidentally becomes a dating coach?
As the number of people looking to meet new people online grows, so does the opportunity for fraud.
I don’t even remember when I stumbled upon Double Your Dating for the first time. The first pick up book that I ever read was During this time everyone was reading The Game. David De Angelo’s book, however, was like the New Testament.
It was for all those people who wanted to read about more than Neil Strauss’ insecurities and Mystery’s mental breakdowns. It was the Holy Grail for absolute beginners who didn’t know the difference between a direct and an indirect opener. More than 15 years after its release, the Double Your Dating e Book is still for newbie seducers. And that’s why I was really excited when David contacted me last year and asked me if I wanted to offer his e Book to my readers and maybe write a review. Once I downloaded the e Book and all the bonus e Books I only had two thoughts in mind:To be honest, it felt a bit weird to read the book again.
Some scam artists use bogus profiles to con the people they meet out of hundreds or thousands of dollars.
Criminals who perpetrate online dating and romance scams use emotional appeals to quickly gain their victims’ trust and then, just as quickly, exploit it.