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Major offenses in retail included credit card fraud, identity theft and shipping fraud, while gaming offenses included gold farming, chargebacks, chat spam and theft of virtual goods through account hijackings.

South America — Four percent of all transactions were fraudulent, with Chile and Brazil recording the highest percentages for the region.

Since 2012, Canadians have lost more than million to scammers pretending to be in love.

Fraudsters steal photos and use dating sites and social media to lure potential victims into sending money for various reasons.

The fraudsters have shown that they are willing to develop the relationship over an extended period of time.

This increases the trust level between the victim and the fraudster which results in the potential victim usually losing more money.

Other variations include the fraudster presenting situations of emergency or urgency, such as a sick family member and seeking financial assistance from the victim for various costs.

Romance scams in the Philippines, and everywhere else, happen mostly because of these great differences. Many Filipinas, unfortunately, view foreigners as an opportunity, a gateway to a better life, and love is not always a factor in this fairytale.

While the fraudster is usually located in a faraway country, eventually they will state that they want to meet the potential victim in person.

It is at this time the fraudster will advise they can't afford to travel and will seek assistance from the victim in covering travel costs.

Those statistics are based on billions of transactions that were analyzed for geographic trends, and they reveal that credit card fraud, identity theft, and account takeover or hijacking attempts were the leading cyber crime schemes in 2012.

Fraud examiners working with corporations who do business across international borders should take heed of this current landscape to better understand the threats most likely to surface: Africa — Seven percent of all transactions were fraudulent, with the highest percentages from Nigeria and Ghana.