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Do You Give The Wrong Guys A Chance? | romancescams | #scams

If you’ve ever vacillated between being “too picky” and spending time with men you don’t like, check out this Love U Podcast. In it, I tell the story of two […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Researchers Find Bragging In Your Profile Reduces Your Chance Of A Date

The internet gives people a platform where they can present themselves in any way they want. Whether this be highlighting amazing social skills or bigging-up professional successes, online dating can be a breeding ground for stretched truths and occasional outright lies intended to impress other singles. And according to a new study, titled “An idealized self or the real me? Predicting attraction to online dating profiles using selective self-presentation and warranting” by Crystal D. Wotipka & Andrew C. Read More….

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Tinder Notifies Users When There’s A Bigger Chance To Score A Match

FASTCOMPANY – Jan 7 – Tinder users are getting a new kind of push notification that read “Wow! Tinder is on fire in your area! Read More….

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A New Chance To Buy Into Match Group: IPO Quiet Period Expiration

SEEKING ALPHA – Dec 8 – The 25-day IPO quiet period on MTCH will come to an end on Dec 14, allowing the firm’s IPO underwriters to publish reports and recommendations on Dec 15. Read More….

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Credit card security upgrade also a chance for fraud

The scammers are striking during the rollout of a new technology to thwart scamming.

It all has to do with the new chip-embedded credit cards.

Credit card companies have been mailing out credit and debit cards that offer greater security against fraud. The new cards are embedded with a chip that holds your payment data and provides a unique code for every purchase.

To use the card, you insert it into a “reader” for several seconds rather than swiping it. For every purchase you make, the chip generates a unique code that is good only for that transaction. These replace the cards that have only a black magnetic stripe that security experts say can be easily copied and misused.

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