Online dating gone wrong uk daily mail
This, they say, is because the world is big and scary and they don't want to meet somebody without getting to know them a little first.
Others took to the forum to say not reading the information on their profile is a turn-off, as is asking to 'hook up' when the person has specifically said that they aren't looking for hook-ups in their 'about me' section.
'They were together for two years and he ended up losing half his house.’The internet dating scammers, usually conversing online with hundreds of potential victims using phony photos and false IDs, are often traced to criminal gangs in West Africa or Eastern Europe, and police struggle to bring them to justice.
The findings suggest we still can't circumvent the hassle and heartache of the dating process.
Ladies also dislike men who fail to read the information women have in their bios and persist in asking questions, ask to 'Netflix and chill' straight away, and jump straight into sexual conversation.