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Thu Mar 18, 2021, 07:10 AM

Dating fraud bill moves to Ducey's desk

Arizonans who may be blinded a bit in their search for love are in line to get some protections from the state, if not for heartbreak, at least from being fleeced for their money.

Without dissent, the state Senate on Wednesday approved legislation designed to allow dating platforms to inform members when one of the people with whom they have been chatting is removed from the site because of a suspected scam. They currently are precluded from doing that.

HB2396 already has been unanimously approved by the House. That sends the measure to Gov. Doug Ducey.

Ryan O’Daniel, who represents Match.com, told lawmakers that sites like those operated by his client generally have good protections designed to preclude conversations that will lead to a member being asked to send money to someone else.

Read more: https://azcapitoltimes.com/news/2021/03/17/dating-fraud-bill-moves-to-duceys-desk/

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