After a divorce Connie went looking for love online. She asked us to use an alias and conceal her identity for fear of embarrassment. It's hard to meet people on real life. Connie eventually overcame her doubts, joining the 40 million Americans who use dating sites. Fate brought her a man who claimed to be a doctor, but their conversations went from sweet to shady.
He said yeah you can send me a hundred dollars on an Amazon cart. These romance scams are growing more than 21,000 reports last year, according to the Federal Trade Commission with a median individual loss of $2,600. Once somebody asks you for money that is a huge huge red flag. Experts say do some research. Scammers often use phony profiles hooking victims by their heartstrings without ever meeting. Connie lost fifty dollars. I was very upset because it was a waste of time and energy. Daters beware that online flame can break your heart and burn a hole through your wallet.
1.for fear of为了避免，唯恐
This kind of person constantly agrees with everything others suggest, for fear of having their own ideas rejected.
2.claim to be自称
And for those of you who claim to be flaw-free, think again.