I've heard this weekend about a scam which shouldn't affect anyone her directly however you may want to be aware of it. I was speaking to a cousin this week end and she tells me that late last year, she was using match.com and struck up conversation with someone claiming to be some spam Airforce General looking for love. His opening gambit was that he was currently on tour and that he would love to speak with her be due to connection limitations and security issues, she would have to get herself vetted and and account of some sort made. He said he would get her the account information that she would need to put £250 into. She recognised the scam from the get go and proceeded to play along for a couple of months (not paying anything) - with requests to send things. His story got more and more extreme as she said she was going to book a flight to where ever he was and so on. Eventually around christmas she called his bluff and shopped him to match. Match.com told her they were aware of such people and even commented that one of their users "donated" over £11k to such a person. So if you have any lonely female relatives with a chromosome missing, you might want to advise them accordingly.