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Gross misrepresentations about education or relationship status are rare, in part because people realize that once they meet someone in person and begin to develop a relationship, serious lies are highly likely to be revealed. Many people continue to see it as a last refuge for desperate people who can’t get a date “in real life." Many couples that meet online are aware of this stigma and, if they enter into a serious relationship, may create false cover stories about how they met. A common belief is that love found online can't last.

As far as the demographic characteristics of online daters, a large survey using a nationally representative sample of recently married adults found that compared to those who met their spouses offline, those who met online were more likely to be working, Hispanic, or of a higher socioeconomic status—not exactly a demographic portrait of desperate losers. Because online dating hasn’t been around that long, it’s hard to fully assess the long-term success of relationships that began on the Internet, but two surveys have attempted to do so.

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In a study commissioned by dating site e Harmony, Cacciopo and colleagues surveyed a nationally representative sample of 19,131 American adults who were married between 20.

Over one-third of those marriages began with an online meeting (and about half of those occurred via a dating website). Couples that met online were significantly likely to get divorced or separated than those who met offline, with 5.96% of online couples and 7.67% of offline couples ending their relationships.

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When 61-year-old Jan Marshall signed up to an online dating website called Plenty of Fish, she put up her personal details and where she works, and quickly she was matched to a ‘British’ man — Eamon Donegal Dubhlainn — who claimed he worked as an Engineer in the United States In a few months, after consistent communication through email, phone and instant messenger (though they never had any video chat), she fell in love with him. And then she began sending him money through his bank account after he claimed he was trapped in Dubai and couldn’t pay his taxes. Next he was asking for more to buy materials, all of which she sent through Western Union.

Though the platform had a limit of ,000 per transaction, she sent in multiples of ten, like when she sent him ,000.

She would later realise the scam after she had sent him about 0,000.

Through investigations, Australian authorities found out that Eamon Donegal Dubhlainn does not exist, that the picture was stolen off the internet, and that the 0,000 actually was transferred to Nigeria. For Jan, who still owes Australian government about ,000 in taxes incurred from all the funds she sent to the scammer, she is heartbroken.“It has left me in a lot of strife,” she told Daily Mail.