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Someone you have started to develop a relationship with online might first ask for money for travel costs, or say they have lost their plane ticket so need to borrow some cash for a new one.They might say a family member is ill and they need funds for urgent medical treatment.According to recent figures, these requests for cash appear to be working.There were 651 dating scams reported in the three months to August this year, with the average victim paying out £9,589.The Turkish government is to ban several popular television dating shows which do not fit in with 'traditions and customs'.
Back in 2010, Brenda Parke, a 60-year-old retiree, was scammed out of £60,000 after joining an online dating site and befriending a man purporting to be a successful Dutch businessman called Bradford Cole.
• Never reply to communications from someone who you meet on a dating site/chat room or social networking website that then wants continue the communication by email.
• If you think a profile is fake, check the website for details on reporting it.
• Never send money or give credit card or online account details to anyone you don’t know and trust.
• Communicate with people locally and not from overseas, although you should be aware that someone might tell you they are in the same country as you when they are not.Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş said: 'There are some strange programmes that would scrap the institution of family, take away its nobility and sanctity.'In an interview with a provincial TV channel carried in the Hurriyet newspaper Kurtulmuş said: 'We are working on this and we are coming to the end of it.