Practicing Online Dating Safety – Do the practice

Relationship sites have made it easy for millions of their users to meet other people, land dates, and eventually find long-term relationships. However, the reality is that there are dangers lurking around cyberspace, and users of dating and relationship sites can be easy targets, especially when not careful. According to a 2011 study on online dating statistics posted on, 1 out of 10 users use these sites for scamming, while 1 out of 10 sex offenders use relationship sites to meet people. Don’t be a victim; if you use relationship sites or are thinking of joining one, here are tips on practicing online dating safety:

There is a need to do some practice for the success in the selection of the Beste VIP Dames models. The practice will result in success for the people. The joining of the right website is the first steps to get success and a pleasant experience on a date. The collection of the all information is essential. 

  1. Don’t give out personal information

Remember that most of the stuff on the Internet is accessible to just about everyone, so be careful about the stuff that you share on the site. If you’re not comfortable sharing personal information with the person you share a seat with on the bus, then you wouldn’t want a stranger from 18,000 miles away to know delicate stuff about you. Don’t give your complete name, full address, your day-to-day routine, and especially not your Social Security details.

  1. Don’t be a bait for sexual offenders

It’s understandable that we want to make ourselves attractive to people that we can meet online. Sometimes, women post photos of themselves showing off their assets such as a hint of cleavage, or sometimes even more, without realizing that it can attract a bevy of perverts. While it can be easy to ignore messages, winks, and pokes from pervs, experienced sexual offenders do not expose their inclination online, but patiently wait for a face-to-face encounter. If a user behaves in a way you’re not comfortable with or asks you to do something that is against your will, use the site’s block feature or report the person to the site moderator.

  1. Beware of fraud

Online dating safety dictates that users be able to detect scammers from legitimate users. Some telltale signs are signing up under different usernames, claiming to always be “on the road”, and asking to use a messaging service outside of the site. Fraudsters often lure people with sweet talks about how they are each other’s destiny or how much chemistry there is between the two of them. This may be flattering, but do not fall for it. Most importantly, never give out your SS number, credit card/banking information, and your home address, even when the person says he/she is only going to send presents or flowers.

  1. Be wise offline

Once online chemistry has been gained, the next step is to finally meet in person. When deciding to meet face-to-face, remember that offline safety is just as important, or even more important than, online dating safety. Plan to meet in a neutral setting, in a public place and during daytime. Don’t go anywhere where it would only be the two of you and would create a venue for your date to make unwelcome advances. And don’t agree to go anywhere you would “have” to drink alcohol such as clubs as alcohol could lead you to make unwise judgment.

  1. Computer, password, and email security

Create a different email address for social networking sites as this must be different from your personal and work email. Do not put your name on your social networking email address. You should choose a good password so that you do not leave your account open for hacking and identity theft. A good password includes a combination of random words and numbers. If you access your online dating account on a public computer, make sure that you log out after the session and un-check the “keep me logged-in” box.


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