When love turns to loss: West Aussies lose millions to romance scams

Nicky Lefebvre
Updated February 15 2022 - 3:41pm, first published February 10 2022 - 2:55pm
WA Consumer Protection says those looking for love could be left with a broken heart and an empty bank balance if they fail to spot the warning signs behind their online romance.
WA Consumer Protection says those looking for love could be left with a broken heart and an empty bank balance if they fail to spot the warning signs behind their online romance.

With Valentine's Day less than a week away, Consumer Protection has issued a warning to Western Australians looking for love to beware of scammers.

Nicky Lefebvre

Nicky Lefebvre

Journalist

I am a journalist, photographer and content creator based in the beautiful Margaret River wine region, covering all aspects of our community including local news, sport, entertainment and events, as well as providing a platform for our readers to share their voices direct from regional Australia.

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