About the Author and Perfect Prey:
Recently divorced, with low self-esteem, Liz Cole turned to online dating and met a charming Irishman – in reality, a Quebec man with a criminal record – who preyed on her and vanished. Cole then set out to track him down. She found past victims and learned of the man’s lengthy periods of incarceration before finding and publicly humiliating him in a national TV confrontation, also featured on U.S. website www.love fraud.com
Every year across North America an average 1.1 million people divorce. Many of these people join countless singles and also children in turning to the Internet for friendship, love and romance. But online con artists are finding fertile ground in attracting unsuspecting prey. The problem is only likely to get worse given the following statistics:
• 74% of single North Americans have explored online dating (8 million people)
• 31% of N. American adults (70 million) know someone who used dating websites
• 26% of N. American adults (58 million) know someone who has dated online
• 2.2 million of us met their spouse online
• 2.8 million single N. Americans pay for dating sites; multi-million-dollar industry
• 30% of 18-24-year-olds worry about being stalked online – for good reason.
• 32% of online teenagers have been contacted by complete strangers online.
Liz Cole learned the hard way how easy it can be to be taken in by online fraud artists – and she provides valuable advice. This is your opportunity to learn from her experience to protect yourself and your loved ones. Her fascinating story can save you from becoming the next online victim.