Although some of these scams are certainly predictable, others are less so (especially the third and fourth scams).
Naturally, we offer tips to help you protect yourself from these online dating scams.
If you’re concerned about the person’s age ask him/her to send a recent photo.(Realize, of course, that the “recent” picture they send may not truly be recent — or it may not even be a picture of your “date.”) Also, protect yourself from people who might be emotionally unstable.
Until you get to know your date better, conceal your personal information, agree to meet only in public and always let a friend know where you will be.
With more and more concerns about online dating, we have partnered up with Online Dating Protector to ensure the people who you are talking to, really are, who they say they are!
An unpleasant surprise can often feel like — or be — a scam.
If something sounds wrong — like a lawyer who says he’s 35 years old but has 25 years of professional experience — start asking questions.
On top of that, we have a team working around the clock checking every single profile and authenticating them.
So if you are at all interested in meeting a mature slapper, you have come to the right place.