I saved a man’s emails for future reference; a liar will eventually contradict himself.I called him in the evening to see if he would answer his phone and I didn’t buy into his flimsy excuses.But when you click on his profile his account is closed.
Online dating sites have created a wily playground for scammers, romance artists and married men (and women) who secretly cheat on their spouses.
Married men create phony profiles and present themselves as single men looking for love, commitment and marriage.
They conceal their true identity with a secret email address, a secondary cell phone, and if necessary a post office box.
A single woman’s best defense is to be aware of the warning signs of men who are hiding a wife, children and family dog.
Either he meet in person to see if there is a connection, or you’re off to bigger, better game.
The one thing I have come to know about married men who cheat (on and off online) is: they are uber-confident and uber-charming.
Online dating websites offer opportunities for men to connect with other men and women.
Dating sites are portable, and men can access the database from any computer with an Internet connection.
My most memorable correspondence came from an online man whose profile name was Tee Up4Us. I told her she was married to a pathological liar and consummate cheater and she should divorce him before he crushes her heart.