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It is best to use your first name only during initial conversations and provide more detailed personal information only after you've met in person and gotten to know one another well.
Legitimate online daters will understand the reasons for doing this and will be doing the same themselves.
This applies to anyone you meet online, regardless of whether it is within the confines of an Internet dating or other site.
Beware of any potential partner who asks you directly for cash, or to cash a money order or check.
During a phone chat you'll get a better sense of whether your personalities click.
Also, by taking it slow, you are more likely to see inconsistencies in their behaviors and actions.
• Tip #5: Never provide your last name, address, or other personal or financial information to a person you have not met.
And never, under any circumstances, give money to someone you don't know well and have not met in person.
" Actually, online dating is not for the desperate.
My advice is to wait at least one week before you meet face-to-face.
And, before you meet in person, move the conversation from online to phone.
• Tip #2: Be completely honest in your profile and photo.
You don't want to lie about your age, your background or your personality.
Not everyone will take this advice, but you don't want to start a relationship on a lie, and somewhere down the road, others will know that you aren't what you say you are (or you don't look like your photo).