Here are six things to keep in mind to help you spot and avoid scammers on online dating sites.
Anyone can be the target and victim of these scams—men, women, young, old, gay, straight, white, black, Asian, Hispanic… But the FBI states that women who are “over 40, divorced, widowed, and/or disabled” are prime targets for scammers.
Online dating could be dangerous if you don’t know how to protect yourself.
However, I want you to share with us your experience with the not-so-good side—the people who try to take advantage of women online. They see you as a very successful woman with a piece missing from your life.Her mission in life is to help women attract and find good quality men. Margaret: I’m so glad you’re here, because today’s question has come up a couple of times in articles that you have written for Sixty and Me.Lisa is also an expert on the one vehicle that we often use to find these men—online dating sites. It has to do with the fear women have about security on online dating sites. I’d be happy to share my experience because you hear about people getting scammed, and you think, “This would never happen to me. ” Some of the most intelligent women have fallen for it.Look forward to it like you look forward to seeing your family after years of separation. Also I don’t do romance, I expect action on the first date, big time action, and I won’t sleep over (yes this will be at your place because I don’t want you to know where I live). Talk about your goals/aspirations – finding a rich woman to take care of me 3. What this profile says to me, as a woman, is: – This guy is fun and exciting – He is open to taking risks and is okay with failing.POF (Plenty of Fish) says that I should also talk about these four points so as I don’t waste my time and be successful here, so let me address each one: 1. Talk about yourself and what makes you unique – I’m not unique in the least bit 4. – He doesn’t NEED my approval I see so many guys make the mistake of writing their profiles FOR women, rather than FOR themselves.