Fraud, as the taking of someone else’s property or other benefits by deceit (abuse of trust), is perhaps as old as life itself.
Throughout the history of mankind, a great many methods of fraud have been invented.
But the wonders of technological progress have significantly increased their number.
Tinder is a fast-growing mobile app that is used by tens of millions of people around the world for the purpose of dating.
Using it is quite simple: in any free moment, a registered user can enter the application and “swipe” a little, that is, view and mark several options offered to you.
Actually, the “swipe” technology consists in swiping the photo you like to the right, and vice versa.
Thus, the system selects pairs, about which the user receives a notification: It’s a match!
One day, such a match came to 29-year-old tinder user Cecilia Fellhoy, and the very next day she personally met a handsome, and, no less important, very wealthy young man named Simon Leviev.
Relations developed at lightning speed.
On the same evening, the personal driver of the son of an Israeli billionaire and the “diamond king” took Cecilia in a luxurious Rolls-Royce to the airport.
A fairy tale awaited her ahead: a trip with Simon to Sofia, gifts, preparations for the wedding, the search for luxury apartments in London for living together.