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It started with a Facebook conversation with a stranger, then progressed to Skype exchanges, declarations of affection and promises to meet up in person.By the time Louise, 56, contacted police roughly a year later, she still hadn’t met her online connection — but she had sent roughly 0,000 overseas at his request, and spent another ,000 on travel and related expenses.So, as any fan of data would do: she started making a spreadsheet.Hear the story of how she went on to hack her online dating life — with frustrating, funny and life-changing results.Well we’re all apparently less about the laughs nowadays, as the word ‘funny’ also dropped from the favourites list from 2014, falling out the top ten for both sexes. So, here’s what DID make the list, with the percentage in the brackets representing the amount of more messages profiles including these descriptors.

The study, which will be published in an upcoming issue of , looked at more than 400 psychological studies surrounding the topic of online dating.“He was very charming, very nice,” said Louise, who did not want her full name used in order to protect her privacy.“I thought he was sincere, that he would pay me back.” With people increasingly looking for love online, RCMP are warning Canadians to protect their wallets as well as their hearts.Scammers create fake online profiles in order to gain someone’s trust then ask for money, often claiming to be faced with an emergency, RCMP said.That can involve fake social media profiles as well as those on dating sites or apps.

The study, which will be published in an upcoming issue of , looked at more than 400 psychological studies surrounding the topic of online dating.

“He was very charming, very nice,” said Louise, who did not want her full name used in order to protect her privacy.

“I thought he was sincere, that he would pay me back.” With people increasingly looking for love online, RCMP are warning Canadians to protect their wallets as well as their hearts.

Scammers create fake online profiles in order to gain someone’s trust then ask for money, often claiming to be faced with an emergency, RCMP said.

That can involve fake social media profiles as well as those on dating sites or apps.

The matchmakers studied the 12,000 most popular profiles (did ours make the cut?!