Online dating and married men
A recent UK survey conducted by Voucher Codes Pro of 3000 singles showed that about 58 percent of daters lie on their profile to impress potential dates.In the survey, men lied most about their employment, age and marital status.Author, Online Dating and Netiquette Expert, CEO of Cyber-Dating Expert, Media Personality, and Author of the Bestseller, "The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online." Our childhood game has followed many singles into adulthood, where the Internet is the easiest feeding ground for white lies, as well as big major lies.The desire to fit into a search, or idealize who we want to be ends up in many online dating profiles and social networking sites. Do you want to date someone who has lied about their age, height, income, job, marital status and more?Finally, she paid .95 for a "People Search" company for his cell-phone number, only to find out that his first name wasn't Bill, but the last name matched.One wouldn't notice that he had no hair at first glance.
He bragged about his job, his possessions and how he would lavish the woman he wanted to marry. She couldn't find anything about him anywhere on the Internet.
At 60 and divorced, he was ready to settle down and travel the world with the woman he would adore. She knew he looked much older than 60, but didn't know if he had just spent too much time in the sun.