• Romance Dating Scam

    Watch Out For "CATFISH"


    38% of men and 30% of women claim
    to have been catfished at some point.
    FBI and FTC reported that

    Romance Scams are reaching record highs.

  • Online dating is filled with potential joy and connection, but navigating it with wisdom and caution is essential. By fostering a safety culture, we can ensure that the digital landscape of love remains a place for genuine connections and heartfelt romance.


  • We Offer Educational Programs That

    Create Awareness To Aid In The

    Prevention of Romance Scams


    By understanding the tactics and patterns

    used by scammers, you can be better
    equipped to recognize the red flags and

    avoid engaging with potential fraudsters.

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    Romance scams are a severe threat to personal privacy and security. Knowing the risks associated with sharing personal information with strangers online is essential. The most common reason given by romance scammers for needing money from their victims is to cover emergency expenses. Many victims of dating scams believed something like this could never happen to them, but it’s surprising how convincing criminals can be, especially when it comes to matters of the heart.
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    Catfishing & More


    A CATFISH SCAM occurs when someone assumes a persona (or many) to trick another person into believing that they’re really that person online. WARNING: Romance scammers often use fake profiles on dating and social media platforms to target victims. And many victims are too embarrassed or ashamed to come forward.We’ve seen more reports from people who did not initially seek an online relationship but have been caught up in a dating and romance scam.
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    Did You Know...?


    The FBI reported that Americans lost over $600 million to romance scams in 2020. In 2022 a staggering $5.8 Billion
    • The median loss reported to the FBI by romance scam victims in 2020 was $2,500.
    • 23,768 romance scam complaints were reported to the FBI in 2020, up from 19,473 in 2019.
    • People aged 50 and older were the most likely to report losing money to romance scams, with those aged 70 and older reporting the highest median losses.



    Hook, Line & Stinker: Unmasking Romance Scams


    James D. Feldman is a sought-after speaker and consultant who has delivered engaging and impactful presentations to audiences worldwide, from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses, helping them to develop their leadership skills and improve their bottom line. His dynamic speaking style and deep expertise in leadership development, sales training, and customer service have earned him a reputation as a top industry expert.


    His thought-provoking ideas and real-world examples have resonated with audiences and earned him numerous awards and recognitions, including being named one of the "Top 10 Most Innovative People from Incentive magazine. 

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    During COVID, James discovered romance dating scams. His latest presentations are a must-attend for people of all ages. James will shed light on the dark side of online dating and equip you with the knowledge to stay safe. He'll dive into scammers' tricks to ensnare unsuspecting victims, like weaving elaborate tales, creating fake profiles, and building false trust. You'll learn to spot the warning signs: money requests, evasive video calls, and inconsistent stories. But it doesn't stop there.


    He'll address the emotional toll these scams take, from the crippling feelings of shame to the crushing sense of betrayal. Our mission is to empower you with the tools to avoid becoming a victim. Discover how to protect yourself and confidently navigate the treacherous waters of online romance.


    By inviting James to speak at your event, attendees will benefit from his deep understanding of the intricacies of online dating, the vulnerability of lonely individuals, and the tactics scammers use to exploit their victims.


    His presentation will offer practical guidance on navigating the complexities of modern dating and protecting oneself from the pitfalls of romance scams.