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A Toronto-area woman is warning others to be wary when dating online, saying she was swindled by a man who is now facing fraud charges.
Jason Porter is accused of defrauding three women he met through online dating sites.
READ MORE: Digital world opens doors for fraudsters: Better Business Bureau Retired Toronto Police sex crimes detective, Suzanne Kernohan says online dating provides a new hunting ground for sexual predators.“Don’t be afraid to sit down at the table and say, ‘okay this might sound silly but I don’t know who you are can I have a look at your driver’s license? Earlier this month Toronto Police issued a release urging the public to exercise caution when using online dating sites. Jenniferjit Sidhu says be extra careful when sending photos or attachments.“If you send any photographs to the person that you’ve met online make sure the geo-tagging is taken off,” said Sidhu.
The Edmonton woman who reached out to Global News she is hoping her story will reach other women.“It makes me angry that somebody can take something from someone even if you weren’t a virgin, they can take something from you without your permission and violate you in such a way that it goes right to your soul…
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The 37-year-old Toronto man was arrested last week and is now facing 23 charges, ranging from fraud to possession of property obtained by crime, to obtaining credit by fraud or false pretense.
He is currently remanded in custody and set to make a video appearance in a Toronto court on Jan. Toronto police allege that Porter used the internet over a seven-month period to "contact single women via online dating websites, luring them into potential relationships." Police allege that once he'd gained the women's trust, he defrauded them of more than ,000 by opening bank accounts and credit cards in their names.
“She wanted me to find the right person, she was very detailed in what I was looking for and what kind of person I wanted.”READ MORE: Online romance scams bilk Canadians out of nearly M in 2014She met a man on the popular dating website Plenty of Fish.
After chatting online for two weeks, she decided to give him a shot at a date.