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      A Free-Reprint Article Written by: Lance Metzger

      Article Title:
      Are All Online Dating Profiles Faked? Get the Facts

      See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

      Article Description:
      Most of us have dated at least offline, and some of us have dated
      online. Either way, online dating can be a good experience for
      each one of us - if we don't let the bad outshine the good. This
      article will help you identify fake online profiles, so that you
      can improve upon your online dating experience.


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      Online dating... the whole concept sounds very exciting yet
      mysterious.

      There are people around the world who have done the online dating
      thing, many of which were able to find their soulmates.

      Most of us have dated at least offline, and some of us have dated
      online. Either way, online dating can be a good experience for
      each one of us - if we don't let the bad outshine the good.

      It has been said that risk is required to attain great reward.
      And after having heard some of the stories about the online
      dating experience, you just about have to concede that sometimes
      online dating brings with it great risk. Well, everything in this
      world involves some drawbacks and dangers with it and so does
      online dating.

      Where there are good people, there may also be bad people. It is
      a risk we all take when we choose to socialize with others.

      The greatest risk of online dating is that the person with whom
      you are speaking is not who he or she says that they are. Of
      course, that could happen in the real world of dating, but it is
      not as prevelent as it is online.

      The people who are faking their online identity fall into one of
      three groups: lonely people, married people (sometimes also
      lonely married people), and the criminal element.

      Ladies, don't think that a reference to the criminal element
      only includes men who seek to harm women. More so, most of the
      criminal element in the online dating world are those who are
      looking for a mark for an identity fraud or money scam. Whether
      you are a man or woman, you should be forewarned that if someone
      starts asking for money to pay for some emergency expense, then
      you are probably talking to a criminal involved in some sort of
      money scam. You know, it might be different if you have met this
      individual in person, but if you have never met them and they are
      asking for money... BEWARE!

      Faking an online identity on a dating website is not always
      indicative of a fraudulent mind. When lonely, some people simply
      create an online identity that might be more exciting and more
      attractive to others. This kind of fake may not hurt you
      physically or financially, but it may very well put a long-term
      relationship on the rocks as the deceptions are discovered.

      By far, the most common reason for faking an online dating
      website identity is the ignorant spouse at home. He or she might
      be a wretch, but being a wretch does not make them dangerous.

      The online dating websites have gotten pretty good over the years
      at setting up systems to identify and target the criminal
      elements within the dating site. Typically, the male or female
      criminal scammer will be identified and deleted from the dating
      websites' database within 24-48 hours. So, if you find yourself
      talking to someone and their profile is shown to be deleted in
      mid-sentence, you can usually rest assured that the online dating
      site just saved you a world of headache and heartache.

      While the dating websites are good at detecting and deleting the
      criminal scammers from the dating community, the dating websites
      are less inclined to eliminate the married members from their
      database. However, some of the bigger dating websites have
      provided mechanisms for members to prove that they are who they
      say they are, for the purpose of giving the website a method to
      tell its other members whether the individual has submitted proof
      of identity to them or not. The married guys and gals usually
      won't go through the proof of identity process, for fear that
      his or her significant other will find out about the attempt to
      cheat.

      But before you go jumping to any conclusions about an individual
      on an online dating website, keep in mind that many people simply
      will not go through the identity verification process, for a
      number of reasons:

      1. Too much hassle;

      2. It sometimes costs money; and

      3. Some people are afraid to give private data to some unknown
      third-party that might be operating the website.

      The truth is that the online dating community should be treated
      as a buyer-beware process. While most people who frequent the
      online dating websites are honest, single and looking for love,
      there are a few out there who are not.

      If you gather a group of people in any single setting, whether it
      is an online dating website, a church, or a grocery store, most
      of the people you will find at that setting are good, honest,
      hard-working people. So, when you are online, you should look at
      the online dating experience as one where most people will be
      above-board, honest, and sincere. But you should also keep in the
      back of your mind that you do not know for sure what you are
      getting until which time you are able to prove to yourself that
      the person at the other end of the conversation is exactly who
      you believe that they are.

      When searching for that proof of sincerity, keep in mind that
      lesson from our youth... Liars will never be able to keep their
      lies straight, and they will always begin to make mistakes and
      let the truth slip out.

      At the end of the day, the online dating community is just one
      more way for people to meet a potential love interest. It is a
      way where you can meet people that you would not have been able
      to meet otherwise, and who knows, it might work out to be the
      best love connection you will ever make.




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      dating. Our no-strings-attached dating site has become a popular
      online adult dating destination, due to its large membership
      base of people looking for relationships of all kinds. Learn
      more at: http://www.nsadatingsite.com/
      Consider Lance's new Kindle book, "Making Memories: Creative
      Dating Ideas": http://raintreepublishing.com/creative-dating-ideas/


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    • Lance Metzger
      A Free-Reprint Article Written by: Lance Metzger Article Title: Are All Online Dating Profiles Faked? Get the Facts See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the
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        A Free-Reprint Article Written by: Lance Metzger

        Article Title:
        Are All Online Dating Profiles Faked? Get the Facts

        See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

        Article Description:
        Most of us have dated at least offline, and some of us have dated
        online. Either way, online dating can be a good experience for
        each one of us - if we don't let the bad outshine the good. This
        article will help you identify fake online profiles, so that you
        can improve upon your online dating experience.


        Additional Article Information:
        ===============================

        944 Words; formatted to 65 Characters per Line
        Distribution Date and Time: 2013-10-10 16:00:00

        Written By: Lance Metzger
        Copyright: 2009-2013
        Contact Email: mailto:lance.metzger@...



        For more free-reprint articles by Lance Metzger, please visit:
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        Are All Online Dating Profiles Faked? Get the Facts
        Copyright (c) 2009-2013 Lance Metzger
        NSA Dating Site
        http://www.nsadatingsite.com



        Online dating... the whole concept sounds very exciting yet
        mysterious.

        There are people around the world who have done the online dating
        thing, many of which were able to find their soulmates.

        Most of us have dated at least offline, and some of us have dated
        online. Either way, online dating can be a good experience for
        each one of us - if we don't let the bad outshine the good.

        It has been said that risk is required to attain great reward.
        And after having heard some of the stories about the online
        dating experience, you just about have to concede that sometimes
        online dating brings with it great risk. Well, everything in this
        world involves some drawbacks and dangers with it and so does
        online dating.

        Where there are good people, there may also be bad people. It is
        a risk we all take when we choose to socialize with others.

        The greatest risk of online dating is that the person with whom
        you are speaking is not who he or she says that they are. Of
        course, that could happen in the real world of dating, but it is
        not as prevelent as it is online.

        The people who are faking their online identity fall into one of
        three groups: lonely people, married people (sometimes also
        lonely married people), and the criminal element.

        Ladies, don't think that a reference to the criminal element
        only includes men who seek to harm women. More so, most of the
        criminal element in the online dating world are those who are
        looking for a mark for an identity fraud or money scam. Whether
        you are a man or woman, you should be forewarned that if someone
        starts asking for money to pay for some emergency expense, then
        you are probably talking to a criminal involved in some sort of
        money scam. You know, it might be different if you have met this
        individual in person, but if you have never met them and they are
        asking for money... BEWARE!

        Faking an online identity on a dating website is not always
        indicative of a fraudulent mind. When lonely, some people simply
        create an online identity that might be more exciting and more
        attractive to others. This kind of fake may not hurt you
        physically or financially, but it may very well put a long-term
        relationship on the rocks as the deceptions are discovered.

        By far, the most common reason for faking an online dating
        website identity is the ignorant spouse at home. He or she might
        be a wretch, but being a wretch does not make them dangerous.

        The online dating websites have gotten pretty good over the years
        at setting up systems to identify and target the criminal
        elements within the dating site. Typically, the male or female
        criminal scammer will be identified and deleted from the dating
        websites' database within 24-48 hours. So, if you find yourself
        talking to someone and their profile is shown to be deleted in
        mid-sentence, you can usually rest assured that the online dating
        site just saved you a world of headache and heartache.

        While the dating websites are good at detecting and deleting the
        criminal scammers from the dating community, the dating websites
        are less inclined to eliminate the married members from their
        database. However, some of the bigger dating websites have
        provided mechanisms for members to prove that they are who they
        say they are, for the purpose of giving the website a method to
        tell its other members whether the individual has submitted proof
        of identity to them or not. The married guys and gals usually
        won't go through the proof of identity process, for fear that
        his or her significant other will find out about the attempt to
        cheat.

        But before you go jumping to any conclusions about an individual
        on an online dating website, keep in mind that many people simply
        will not go through the identity verification process, for a
        number of reasons:

        1. Too much hassle;

        2. It sometimes costs money; and

        3. Some people are afraid to give private data to some unknown
        third-party that might be operating the website.

        The truth is that the online dating community should be treated
        as a buyer-beware process. While most people who frequent the
        online dating websites are honest, single and looking for love,
        there are a few out there who are not.

        If you gather a group of people in any single setting, whether it
        is an online dating website, a church, or a grocery store, most
        of the people you will find at that setting are good, honest,
        hard-working people. So, when you are online, you should look at
        the online dating experience as one where most people will be
        above-board, honest, and sincere. But you should also keep in the
        back of your mind that you do not know for sure what you are
        getting until which time you are able to prove to yourself that
        the person at the other end of the conversation is exactly who
        you believe that they are.

        When searching for that proof of sincerity, keep in mind that
        lesson from our youth... Liars will never be able to keep their
        lies straight, and they will always begin to make mistakes and
        let the truth slip out.

        At the end of the day, the online dating community is just one
        more way for people to meet a potential love interest. It is a
        way where you can meet people that you would not have been able
        to meet otherwise, and who knows, it might work out to be the
        best love connection you will ever make.




        ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Lance Metzger writes about relationships, offline and online
        dating. Our no-strings-attached dating site has become a popular
        online adult dating destination, due to its large membership
        base of people looking for relationships of all kinds. Learn
        more at: http://www.nsadatingsite.com/
        Consider Lance's new Kindle book, "Making Memories: Creative
        Dating Ideas": http://raintreepublishing.com/creative-dating-ideas/


        --- END ARTICLE ---

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