Red flag warning in dating

Cheaters and romance artists come strong in the beginning. They tell you they have never felt like this about another woman; he’ll say things like you are a “God send.” They make you feel adored and special.They wow you and woo you and they have plenty of time for you with numerous long phone calls, emails and chats. Your relationship seems “too good to be true.” It’s easy for them to be bold and aggressive because they’re not looking for a serious relationship.

You don’t want to show up on a date and find that the person behind the profile looks twenty years older.This seems to be a common statement in men’s profiles.Online con-artists are experts at detecting the needy, lonely and naive woman.They will listen carefully to you, size you up and know just what to say to steal your heart.Don’t allow him to pick you up or accept a lift home until you know the person well.

Save all messaging, texts, emails or chat logs, and pay very close attention to details. Most importantly, if you feel suspicious or uncomfortable about a man, trust your gut instincts something is NOT right.

He immediately wants to go IM (instant messaging) and get your personal email and phone number.

He wants to obtain personal information about you quickly so he adapt his conversation to meet your needs, tug at your heart and gain control of you.

They reel you in by playing on your emotions, telling you of his dreams and of his past hurts.

Many times, he will tell you he once "had it all" but lost it so you will feel sorry for him.

Pay attention to the content; it may feel odd because he’s really a Nigerian scam artist trolling dating sites for his next victim.