Dating can be deadly
The ones you can trust are the ones your family members, friends, and co-workers have recommended, the ones you’ve heard the success stories about, the ones that have conducted their own studies and done interviews with reputable media outlets (like Forbes), and the ones you’ve seen on commercials. Hitchhikers, rocket scientists, even nuns probably do it, at least once. Then there are other dangers -- boredom, disillusionment, getting dumped, or simply getting taken.We’re big proponents of online dating, but we understand how it can be a scary thing to do.You’re putting yourself out there in front of millions of people, and you’re never really 100% sure if you’ll have success with it or not.
Internet Predator Stats found online predators commit around 16,000 abductions, 100 murders, and thousands of rapes each year.I'm sorry, I'm dishonest, I'm married." "You have to be very careful," Falzone tells Web MD."Especially when children are involved, you want to make sure you're doing the right thing." In fact, he advises hiring a private investigator when getting involved with someone new. Then after they're snookered, they feel so silly, so embarrassed about what happened." His dating advice: "You can't change the spots on a leopard." A date isn't a therapy session; don't ramble about lost loves or your personal problems too much, Falzone says.If you’re worried about one of your online matches, you can refer to the National Sex Offender Public Website’s sex offender registry, where you can search by name and location.In that same article by Phactual, the company Marketdata Enterprises Inc.