Some internet hackers can even steal your identity through your online dating profile, and identity theft is a very difficult and stressful thing to go through(no it’s nothing like the movie with Melissa Mc Carthy).
Millions of people visit online dating sites on a daily basis.
Sites like eharmony, Match.com, Tinder and Christian Mingle are just a few of the major ones, but there are thousands more for all types of people based on religion, race and ethnicity, and even as simple as mutual interests.
Even your local town might have it’s own dating site.
Dating sites are a great way to meet new people, whether it be a romantic interest or just a casual friendship.
But like most things in life, online dating has it’s dangers, and those dangers are other people looking to take advantage of you.
While you might be looking for your next romantic love interest, someone else could be looking for someone to take advantage of.
Some people scam others for money, some people are looking to use you as a love affair, and some people are even out to due you harm, both physically and mentally.
People can put up anything they want on the internet, and it can’t always be verified.
Some people will create profiles making them out to be one person, when in fact they are nothing even close to that person.
A 56 year old male plumber can say that he is a 22 year old male who plays semi-professional soccer and have the body of Channing Tatum, when in fact he looks like Peter Griffin of Family Guy.
The worst part of this is, is that none of it can be verified until you first meet in person; and boy will you be surprised. Some people will scam you for money, saying things like their mother is very sick and lives in another state and they don’t have the money to get there.