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.
Online Dating Magazine suggests these tactics: An MSNBC article found one third of men dating online are married!
Here are the four most common dating scams and what you can do to avoid them.
Just like face-to-face dating, singles online try to put their best foot forward.
The person pretends to get to know you and like you. Steer clear of any date that asks you to send her money.
At some point “she” asks for money, sometimes in order to come visit you or because someone is ill. Finally, if a person’s emails don’t seem to be following earlier conversations or contradict things that were already said, it could be your “dream date” is using a scripted seduction, copied from a previous target.
If you’re concerned about the person’s age ask him/her to send a recent photo.