But not everyone who hopes to find a mate online is falling blissfully in love.
There have been a rash of complaints against online dating sites, according to the Better Business Bureau.
According to the FBI, romance scams and similar confidence scams cost consumers more money than any other kind of Internet fraud.
In 2015, the last year for which data is available, consumers lost more than 0 million this way.
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