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19-Feb-2017 10:31

One new trend scam, that may get harder to combat because of this is a shift in where the scam takes place.Scammers have gotten a lot better at creating genuine looking profiles, which moves the scam detection to 1-to-1 messages.We know that scammers are learning from getting their fake profiles rejected and continuously invent new ways to slip through the moderation net.It’s one of our internal research teams most challenging and important jobs to keep up with new scam trends so we can ensure that scammers are caught as quickly as possible.In fact, Australian law enforcement believes that Australia has more deaths from suicides over romance fraud than they do from murders.We have handled customer support for big dating sites and we have seen the heart-wrenching complaints from the few people who report getting scammed.In 2017 alone, victims lost US$ 19,061,703 to romance and dating scammers.

This, unfortunately as mentioned, may make it harder to keep users safe from scammers in the digital world.

If we don’t put great processes in place for video moderation, we expect that number to grow as video becomes more common on dating sites.

That prediction holds true for content moderation processes as well.

In the future, we will see crooks using new technology to target users and circumvent out of date moderation processes.

We will also see scammers picking up video as a channel to communicate with and use as a method for sextortion.I can only agree with this prediction, unfortunately.We are seeing a lot of sites starting to add video chat to their site, which is a great way to make “first dates” safer for the users and also a great way for higher user engagement and revenue.We sat down with Steve Baker, former director at FTC, and Patrik Frisk, Besedo CEO, to discuss the future of romance scams and how artificial intelligence can help you prepare.



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