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Women 'duped by fake Match.com profiles'

19 August 2014 Last updated at 19:22 BST

Four people have gone on trial accused of conning a number of women out of tens of thousands of pounds through an internet dating agency, Match.com.

The alleged victims were duped into handing over money after they responded online to men they thought might be a match, the court heard.

Duncan Kennedy reports.

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