It really pains me to say this, but your main profile photo is THE most important thing on your dating profile. Having more than one photo helps people can get a sense of who you are. …And any woman who's been on the receiving end of "Hey, fancy a shag? It's so obvious when someone does a copy/paste using a message that has clearly been sent to 100 other people before you.Remember that time you saw a blurred shot of a guy eating fried chicken? In the age of Instagram and filters, there's no excuse for having a bad photo. Your main image should be a clear, smiling headshot (no fried chicken). " and/or a penis Snapchat knows this is not what I mean. So take an extra 30 seconds and send something more meaningful. I know how ridiculous this sounds – but I once broke up with a guy for being vegetarian.
If his screen name is **Big D1ck Charlie**, he is topless and oiled up and talks a lot about signing up 'just to have fun', he probably isn't going to win the boyfriend of the year award. he only texts drunk/late at night – decide quickly if that's what you really want.
Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.
They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.
Similar to real-life fishing, phishing scams aren’t... Nothing that will prevent you from clicking a link in an email, downloading a file, or logging into a fraudulent log in page.
You are your only last defense against these threats.