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Q:
Is it appropriate for me to call a guy who sends me his phone number on the first contact?
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I don’t think it is a question of what is appropriate, but rather, is it a safe thing to do. You could make the phone call and block out your number by … For detail, click here


Q:
I received an email from a member asking me to send him a photo ID. Why would someone ask that?
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Do not send anyone information about yourself. You can always verify your photos, age, occupation through the site and it will show on your profile that … For detail,click here
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First of all let me thank you for the wonderful job you do in posting the scammers. I reference that blog daily and it has saved me several times. Now for my question. I have met a man on the site who lives in Wilmington, NC. We have communicated by emails, online chat and phone. Everything seems to be great and he suggested yesterday that we meet for lunch in Charleston, SC, which would be about half way for each of us to drive. Is this a smart thing for me to do? Thanks
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In today’s world, you can never be too cautious. I see nothing wrong with meeting him for lunch and driving half way to do it, however; I would suggest … For detail,click here
Q:
I sure hope you can offer me some advice. I have met this man on here and he is coming to visit me next weekend. He is from MN, so he will be flying in on Friday and is planning on staying till Sunday. He has made no mention of getting a hotel room which is making me very nervous. I do not want him staying at my home for obvious reasons. How can I find out what his intentions are?
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What better way to find out, than to ask? I don’t feel you would be out of line by simply asking him if he has made a hotel reservation yet. If he assumes … For detail,click here
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I have been dating a guy from the site for a couple of months now and it seems to be going nowhere. We spend a great amount of time together and I always have a good time, but I think he sees me more of a friend than a girlfriend. I really like him and would like to be more than just friends with him. How do I handle this?
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He obviously finds something attractive about you, or he wouldn’t be spending time with you. I am not sure what you are referring to when you say, “the … For detail, click here

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