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Love scams skyrocketing, cost Floridians $40M annually

New York Post by By Hannah Frishberg

February 10, 2022

Floridians have been so hard hit by romance scams in recent years (state residents lost $40.1 million to the cons in 2020 alone, according to the FBI) that Miami has a Society of Citizens Against Romance Scams.

“A critical thing to know,” the group’s founder, Tim McGuinness, told the Times, “is that virtually everyone can be scammed. It’s only a question of the right grooming and right story.”

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