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Today’s generation of teens socialize with their peers by using social networking sites.
Most tweens and teens are living out a portion of their lives online and many relationships take place at least partly online.
If they’re exposed to an imposter in a catfishing scam, they may get their heart broken because they’ve fallen head over heels for someone who’s not real or the person they thought they were.
Before your teen knows it they could be manipulated into believing someone really cares about them when all they want is to lure them into meeting them possibly for sex, or to get pictures, steal money, or use them for identity theft.Whatever their interests were, Whitter made sure to make them his also.He was able to portray himself as the perfect catch for each of the women he scammed.A recent Canadian news story shows a darker side to this, however.Glenn Whitter is a man who targeted victims on an online dating site with the sole intention of scamming them out of their money.