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I recently decided to take a break from online dating. I am told I am very photogenic so I am finding that I probably look better in pictures then real life. You know the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
So, am I supposed to take bad pictures so I look better in real life? That’s what it’s like to date online, hate it, and then go back for more – with the same exact approach.
For a lot of older readers of this blog, who met their husband or wife the traditional way and are baffled by this whole new world (and don’t get me wrong, there were probably many ways in which those days were better!
So how do you avoid falling prey to an internet dating scam in the first place?
Take heed of the following red flags and you'll be much more aware, prepared and ready should someone try and take advantage of you.
Where the danger lies, however, is not their interest in you as a person, but rather that they don't offer any detailed, personal information about themselves in return, or doesn't really answer your emails in a personal manner but rather changes the topic with each contact.
Appropriate responses are integral to determining whether or not the relationship you are creating is based on reality and not a potential internet dating scam.