I started browsing men between the ages of 55 and 75. Almost on every page that showed ten results I could detect a scammer.
After browsing just a few pages only I saw thins like seeing the same profile picture on different profiles with different names and locations. I also noticed the exact same profile description matched other profiles word for word. It said it was new but the posts were several years old.
It is an immediate sense of curiosity that some Colombian women have upon meeting a foreigner.Most of my close friends here in Medellin are foreigners and I have seen girls break their neck checking them out as we walk down the street. And while everyone is at risk, seniors can be a major target.Â It seems that you only need to pick up the newspaper or watch the news to hear about the latest financial scam and itâ€™s something that has become an unwelcome part of modern life.So what does this have to do with a dating site you ask?Thatâ€™s all for now.Â Next week, Iâ€™ll talk about a few other things to be wary of, but the important thing to remember is that the overwhelming majority of people that youâ€™ll encounter are there for the same reasons as you!
I’m a highly technical person and know a lot about the Internet and how it works.If you have just met someone online and they are trying to encourage a meet-up before you really know them, they may not just be overly eager.Â I would suggest no less than a month of chatting online before calling them â€“ but this should only happen when you feel totally comfortable doing so.It was easy for me to sign up with a fake ID and fake location.The better sites use geolocation and name/address verification. Geolocation is a feature that allows the website to find out in which country and city the subscribers are by IP number or other method.Yet when you upload your own picture they say they will post it after verification. Then on the very bottom I noticed something inconspicuous.