The drag and drop approach to profile building makes things very simple.

Prospective users can register with this site using an email ID, username and then choose the desired password.

Once you're done with this step, you'd be able to create a detailed profile and add a few pictures.

Hope claims to be a revolutionary supportive dating platform for people with STDs and has a unique feel to it.

In fact, every feature on the site is distinct and has been carefully added while keeping the needs of its audience in mind. However, if you're looking to use the entire set of features available, upgrading to premium membership is certainly recommended.

Hope is a relatively new entrant to the online STDs dating section.

The website presents a refreshed look, something that had been lacking in websites that were launched earlier.

The survey also found that the online daters who were more likely to be scammed tended to use disengagement strategies in problem solving – ie, more likely to engage in wishful thinking.

Those scammed also tended to be less outgoing and more reserved, more nervous and sensitive.Forty per cent of victims were contacted by scammers over the phone, while 27 per cent were contacted via email.Small business owner Melissa Testa, from Mildura in north-west Victoria, was scammed when she was sent a fake invoice."I mean, I would think twice before I gave somebody that much money."Troy police have never had a scam in which so much money was stolen, and it's the talk of the town."I'm not that trusting," Corbin said.But police said the 58-year-old grandmother was that trusting, and perhaps lonely.He said he worked on an oil rig and needed money, so she started sending thousands of dollars.