If you need dating tips, here's tip number one: don't be afraid to try something new.
The OPP and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre have some tips to help you avoid becoming a victim of the Romance Scam.
First, ask yourself - 'Would someone I have never met, really declare their love for me after only a few letters or emails? Don't give out any personal information in an email or when you are chatting online. Check the person's name, the company name, and the addresses used.
Just let happiness come to you and find out whose heart longs for you!
You'll have a wide range of opportunities that you won't find anywhere else.
Never send money, or give personal credit card or online account details to anyone you do not know and trust.
A request to send money to a foreign country or to someone you have never personally met should be a red flag. Scammers often set up fake websites with addresses that are very similar to legitimate dating websites.
Whether you’re single, looking for love or just want to meet local people, online dating has already changed everything.
So, where do you start making a change for yourself?
From Glasgow to London, dating is everywhere, from trains and buses to ATM queues.
You can now search for local singles anywhere from the comfort of your home, to high-street cafes, museums and Munros.
While the meal was priced separately (the curry and the rice), it was a lot of food.