Dating site red flags
Phil’s team discovered that the woman didn’t actually exist and it was all part of an international scam.
For Men | For Women Con artists target men differently than they target women, so below are seven red flags in online dating that men should be especially aware of.
As we saw from the story above, there are scammers out there who will try to get you to send them money, pretending to be a woman who’s in love with you and just needs a little help to come see you.
If someone on a dating site asks you for money, report them to the customer service team immediately and then block them so they cannot contact you again.
No matter what they say, do not give them your financial information or send them money — there’s never a good enough reason to do that.
When a woman leads off her profile or a message with “my friends made me do this,” you can tell she’s not that into online dating.
We all go through breakups, and we all heal from them in different ways and at different paces.
Maybe he’s wearing a hat that’s tilted down over his eye, or maybe he’s looking over to the side.
No matter what it is, a solution could be to send him a picture of yourself smiling directly into the camera, and then ask him to send one as well.
When an online match keeps putting off the date, that’s cause for worry.
Her excuses could definitely be genuine, but if it’s been weeks or months of you trying to meet her in person and she still hasn’t done it, you’ll probably want to ask her about it one last time and then move on.
If he’s sending you messages that sound generic and don’t mention anything specific from your profile, you’ve got to wonder if he’s sending it to every other girl. If he’s not willing to take the time to write a unique message, what else will he not take the time for?