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He also advised users against outing personal data tied to frequently used password security questions like your pet's names and high school mascots—data sometimes featured in online dating profiles.And if you must reveal your pet name or school mascot, lie and don't publicly reveal details related to your digital passwords, Barlow explained.Identified vulnerabilities could allow hackers to potentially steal personal information, such as your credit card numbers and addresses.

Many online dating fraud rings have different people responding to messages at different times, creating inconsistent communications.In addition, watch for unusual grammar of word choices in communications.But experts warn against sharing location data, which can open users up to stalking."Even if a [Grindr] user turns off their location, this information is still being reported to the server," Synack's Wardle said.Mobile traffic in the dating industry has more than tripled during the last few years.

In 2014, mobile apps accounted for 46 percent of digital dating traffic, compared with 31 percent in 2013 and 14 percent in 2012, according to iovation.Some of these criminals have advanced cyberskills and now operate online, dating theft rings.The bad guys in these groups pretend to be singles looking for love, with the real intent of securing personal data, or getting victims to send cash.Fraudsters can use information shared in profiles and conversations to steal your identity, according to Molly O'Hearn, vice president of operations at fraud prevent company, iovation.The information captured through online dating apps can also be used to access financial or other online accounts, according to IBM's Barlow.To avoid stalking and other dangers, Wardle of Synack advises turning off geolocation from your mobile device's operating system, which usually can be navigated through a settings menu.