Have you ever been on an online dating website and wondered if the person you met is being truthful? Has someone contacted you online, but you are unsure of who they are? The website SocialCatfish.com can help you verify a person’s identity so you can determine if you’re being scammed.
 
“We collect images and details from scammer databases,” says Founder of SocialCatfish.com David McClellan, noting that people’s images are often stolen and used in scams. “So you can run your information through there and then find out if the information has been used somewhere else on the internet or if the person’s telling the truth.”
 

Hear more about how SocialCatfish.com works in the video above.
 
On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Dr. Phil Goes Global: Where is ‘Matt Hurley?’,” a 68-year-old woman learns she has been scammed by men she met online. Check local listings to see where you can tune in.
 
SocialCatfish.com has an exclusive offer for Dr. Phil viewers. Visit https://socialcatfish.com/dr-phil/ for a five-day free trial.
 
If you believe you’ve been the victim of an online internet scam, visit the FBI’s special website: www.IC3.gov.

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