Vine Psychic Warns About Online Dating Predators
My psychic reading editorial
reveals how online predators are singling out women and men in the most vulnerable
times of your life. Australia, it's time for a chat about online dating
I'm revealing how widespread online dating swindlers are throughout the world and why I was guided to give you a spiritual wake up call about internet dating predators
Have You Been a Victim of Online Dating Predators?
During my 32 years of psychic readings I have tuned into a lot of men
and women searching for love. I am often required to use the spiritual art of clairsentience
to tune into your latest attraction, blind date, or online love interest.
How Vine Tunes Into Your Aura and Love Interest
When I use my spiritual vessel as a conduit
to tune into your potential partner, I can spiritually gauge how the
other person feels about you. Their aura will reveal whether they are genuinely into you or if they are online for a
good time only. You get the answers you require, to know how much you should invest into the relationship.
From tuning into the personality of your latest attraction or connection I can determine whether you are onto the real thing, or someone playing the field. I do this with the greatest respect to the spiritual being I tune into, and do not judge, because I am required to honor the spiritual arts as a loving vessel for the higher angelic realms.
Online Dating Predator Caution
I've noticed something disturbing has been happening in the last few years when tuning into women and men who constantly engage with 'catfishers'
on Tinder, Facebook, Instagram and other social media websites. Catfishing is a term used to describe online dating scams.
Online dating predators throughout the world are targeting men and women
in record numbers. I do thousands of readings a year for people in distant locations and locally, so I have a solid background identifying new trends or systemic issues that arise
after tuning into your auras.
Lately, when doing telephone readings I have been tuning into your aura to find that some of you are entering into fictional relationships with people who don't really exist in real life.
The people you are conversing with on social media may not be what they seem. The photos they share on facebook and Instagram profiles
may not be their real identity. Online dating predators are using stock photos from fashion models or celebrity profiles and will leave comments about how attractive you look, or how they are into the same type of hobbies as you are. They do this to build a sense of rapport and trust and to get you to let your guard down.
Psychic Chat Stock Photo Scams
Last week I revealed the same issue is happening in the psychic chat industry.
If you go online and find lots of psychics to select a reading, you may come across stock photos for ficitional psychics.
The majority of the photos you are viewing are either paid stock photos or have been illegally copied and placed on the psychic chat websites (listen to Vine Psychic's SoundCloud radio podcasts
to learn more about fake psychic profiles here).
Know How to Protect Your Online Security Using Dating Apps
The online dating world needs to be managed in the same way you have to manage your face-to-face contacts.
In the last week I have learnt about two customers who have fallen victim to online dating predators. One had been sexting photos believing she was in a real relationship, only to find with help from my spiritual readings that the profile was fake.
Once she researched the photos online, she was able to identify that the man she believed was her love interest, was actually a photo of a famous Indian actor being used by the dating predator.
My other customer was almost falling for a sob story from an online dating love interest who said they needed money to come out to Australia to be with him. It wasn't true.
I was fortunate to get immediate confirmation and give a spiritual warning about the real motives of these individuals and criminal organisations. They are the lucky ones. Gratefully they have given me permission to share their true life stories.
Are You Dating One Person or an Organized Criminal Gang?
There are thousands of people reaching out to dating websites who are being targeted by organized gangs from overseas
If you get constant texts throughout the day and night from your internet dating contacts, it could be multiple predators swapping their shifts and pretending to be the same attentive boyfriend or girlfriend you desire.
Do You Know the Real Identity of Your Love Interest?
Teenage boys who are tech savvy, can create profiles of 30 year old men with sports backgrounds, to trick you into letting your guard down and to send nude photos of yourself. Never forget that dating predators are very technically adept and able to fool you. Even professional men, women and academics have been hooked and reeled in. Basically, they'll target anyone online.
Even retired Australians and pensioners are now in the sight of dating predators. They are often financially independent, trusting or vulnerable after the loss of their husband or wife. It doesn't matter what your demographic is, an 'intimate' interactive relationship is nothing more than a business transaction to these devious individuals.
When I tune into online dating predators, there is normally no guilt coming from their aura. They are treating you as a means to an end.
Be Alert About Online Dating Schemes
Hopefully you are getting an idea of how easy it is for online dating predators to target your websites, businesses or even your social media profiles. It's important for us all to be clued up about protecting our privacy in the online world.
If you want to know how to protect yourself from online predators, my first tip is: don't friend people you haven't met in real life, and refer to the links throughout this article.
My psychic predictions
and spiritual articles
from the higher realms previously warned about individuals who would use the world wide web for devious means.
Social media is partially at fault, because most people believe the more popular you are, the more likes you get.
Nothing is further from the truth. For instance, the psychic industry hires SEO engineers to manage their social media sites. The more likes and Twitter retweets the psychic social media receives, often indicates social media engineers are behind the false image you receive.
Online predators can use the same orchestrated black-hat SEO techniques to make themselves seem real and popular, when in reality they are completely fake.
Try to step away from the online world and get back into the real world with open eyes.
As my phone customers identified, they were the lucky ones. They received accurate guidance and were able to find out the truth, before it was too late.
If you want to know whether you are dating a real person or a social media predator, you can also book a psychic reading
and I'll help you get to the truth of your online dating contacts.
Love and Light
Australian Vine Psychic Line does not use SEO tactics, therefore the people we engage on our Twitter account are a true testament of how many people really follow us.
August 19th 2015
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