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Is your online relationship real?

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Just one day before the world celebrates Valentine’s Day, there is a new warning about those who are in online relationships.

According to online identity provider MiiCard, one in 10 dating site profiles is a fake.

Experts say you should always be cautious when speaking to a stranger online.

Consider requesting to meet in person in a public place or speak via webcam before taking the relationship further.

There are a few signs that can save you time and heartache if your relationship is not real.

Check out the profile picture for perfection.

If the lighting is too good, it may be fake.

Also, research their name and basic information to find out if you really are talking to the right person.

Experts also say if their story is too good to be true, it likely is.

Love-struck valentines are also being warned to never send money to an online love unless you have met your significant other in person.