Дата публикации: 2017-06-12 01:58
7. Post the CORRECT city and state where you live in your profile….not a place where you used to live, where you want to live, or where your friend lives. It sounds like basic common sense, but intentionally posting a city, state or country where a person doesn’t live does happen. If you’re contacting someone on a dating site, and you tell the person you live somewhere different than what you have posted on your profile, it’s a real turn off, especially if you live in another state or country.
I agree with you 655%, I am from Africa and believe me even us women out there get scammed too. You have people posting fake photos or claiming to be someone they are not, they have become so good at it that the conversations get so real and convincing to everyone who tries to chat with them.
like every scammer, they always make a mistake somewhere and when they are caught they become so defensive or abusive.
I still believe there are good and genuine people out there, we just have to be wise in our choices and pray for god 8767 s direction..
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In the spring of 7559, I came on to as sort of a last resort to dating. I was working on setting up my profile and the site kept suggesting different guys to me. One in particular caught my eye but I wasn't ready to actually connect with him. I clicked on his profile to save it for a closer look later. I guess I did it wrong cause the next thing I know, he was contacting me!
She'd get it back as soon as he came, of course. When doubt started to creep into her mind, she would look at his pictures or read his messages. Still, almost in spite of herself, she wondered. Little things seemed odd. Sometimes, out of the blue, he'd fire off a series of rapid-fire instant messages— oh baby i love you and so forth. It felt almost like she was talking to someone else. Another time, she asked what he had for dinner and was surprised to hear his answer—stir-fried chicken.