Watch Out For These Latest Online Dating Scams
Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions, and if you’re single, it’s likely one of your resolutions is to find love.
As a professional matchmaker, I have a lot of people asking me for help this time of year. The same is true for online dating sites and apps -- many see a spike in traffic, especially on the first Sunday after New Year’s Day. It’s their Super Bowl of sorts. However, with that increased traffic comes an increased opportunity for scammers.
Dating around the holidays is the best. There's so much to do to keep things interesting and exciting. To help make your love life a little smoother and more relaxed this season, be sure to follow these holiday dating do’s and don’ts.
Naturally, as a Matchmaker who talks with lots of singles daily, I hear a ton of stories about how people found out their ex was cheating on them. In order for me to get a very thorough list I recruited the insights of my Divorce Attorney husband, Franz Davis. Together we created this list of 5 signs that your significant other has run astray.
As a Matchmaker I can tell you just how hard it is for people to meet someone, but I can also tell you there’s one key difference between those who are meeting and attracting their ideal mate and those who just expect them to show up one day.
You’re talking to someone you think may have potential. However, there seems to be something missing and you feel like you’re getting mixed messages. It’s important to cut your losses early and not waste time on someone who isn’t able to commit to you. Here are 5 signs to watch for that’ll tell you if someone will not commit to you.