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ANY notice or link that takes you off-site from or Plenty Of - is not run by POF, and pretty much is guaranteed to be a scam of one type or another.

All the major dating sites deal with that scammer crap. Lol, the purported girl and I messaged back and forth a few times, and that's where my inner alerts first started going off.

I'm running a virus scan, but is there anything else I need to think about? Take a lesson here and never follow a link given to you in an email, without do diligence.

Anyone can copy bank sites, stores, or any other logos and pictures from a web site, and use them elsewhere. I figured out something was up as soon as they asked for CC information, but in the future I will definitely be wiser.

She ask for, and I give her my email address, where I get an official looking email from POF.

I follow the link, put in the activation code, then it takes me to a page asking for credit card information. I've already changed my POF password, and my gmail password.

The beauty queen says she now covers her laptop’s camera with a sticker — and she’s not alone.One more piece of advice, get a few expendable email's. They have no personal information of mine, I was able to change all my passwords, I don't access my bank on this computer, and I have pretty serious virus protection on this machine, so I think I'm good.The site probably was made to APPEAR to be maintained by POF, but it was NOT.When Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg shared this photo in June 2016, an observant Twitter user noticed that the computer in the background had tape covering the camera and microphone jack.Computer experts told the New York Times that the tape trick is a common security measure.

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