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After becoming even closer and all but moving into her home, he finally popped the question and bought her an ,000 diamond ring, which she showed to everyone in her life.

Despite her family’s reservations about Raulston, Gloria decided to give him some money after he slyly mentioned he was making huge profits on an investment.

It started with a Facebook conversation with a stranger, then progressed to Skype exchanges, declarations of affection and promises to meet up in person.

Not long after putting herself out there, her leap of faith paid off and she found the man who said he was going to make all her dreams come true.

“We hit it off online and eventually went out on a date,” said the 58-year-old former Newmarket resident who didn’t want her last name published.

It took me a while to trust again.” This may sound like an especially devious scheme, but in the world of fraud, it’s neither shocking nor uncommon. “I would say to anyone using these sites to be wary and skeptical and don’t have blind trust in someone,” he said.

“Don’t give money to someone you don’t know or haven’t met.” He added that a popular scam used by these men includes asking for money because bank accounts have been frozen or handing over fraudulent cheques and requesting they cash them.