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Females tend to be more victimized due to what is both their greatness strength and weakness: empathy.“Women are more vulnerable to scams,” said Angela Bermudo, relationship expert for Seeking “People who are trying to commit fraud on people will go for women who are really looking to settle down, and have more empathy, so sometimes women will ignore red flags, whereas men at the age are wearier.”Bermudo offered ways to protect one’s heart and wallet.“When you’re in your 50s, you’re not as aware as the scams that are going on. They’ll match you and then there’s an emergency -- they’ll ask for money.If anyone asks you to wire money in the first few weeks of knowing you, cut off communication.If someone asks you where you live, where you work, don’t give away that information readily.Your progress is tracked through simple little bar graphs.
We tend to be more assured in our careers, with a lot more perspective.One member of that group, who asked that her identity be withheld, is a recently divorced 51-year-old mother of three who told Fox how she met a man on a popular dating website – but that in a matter of a few days, their online courtship went offline.“I should have known. After a month of “emergencies”, Peter* became suspicious and researched his cyber crush.