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How To Keep Yourself And Your Bank Account Safe When Online Dating

The vast majority of men and women who use online dating sites, even those that are specifically sexual in nature and content, are sincere and honest in the information they provide and in their reasons for participating. However, as in any human activity there are always scammers and exceptions, and you need to be aware of how to keep yourself - and your bank account and savings - safely protected while interacting with people online and meeting them in person.

  1. Always be conscious of your personal safety when meeting someone in person who you first met online.
  2. Have a personal zero tolerance policy with regards to stalking and harassment.
  3. Beware of fraud, when supposedly sincere dates ask for money to help them out of an unfortunate situation.
  4. Look out for people masquerading as someone they are not.
  5. Ignore spam e-mails claiming that some foreign beauty wants to meet you.
  6. Don’t get into a situation where you can be blackmailed, where false friends record webcam sexual acts  then use the recording to extort money.
  7. Don’t reply to phishing emails supposedly from reputable online dating sites encouraging you to divulge personal information.
  8. Beware of the risk of being defrauded by fake websites posing as authentic dating sites.
  9. You seriously risk theft of your money if you do not use a secure link when making payments.
  10. Watch out for dishonest dating sites that set up fake profiles where the person you think you have met is actually employed by the site to keep you hanging on,  and paying money
  11. Watch out for dishonest dating sites that stop sending contacts and messages as soon as you have paid their fees.

Follow This Advice To Enjoy Online Dating Safety: You should check if the online dating site you are using is a member of the Online Dating Association (ODA). Membership means that it has signed up to an industry code of practice that includes honest communication with users, protecting their privacy and providing a mechanism for reporting abuse, such as stalking and harassment. Inclusion of the ODA's logo on the site indicates membership. Choose a username and password that doesn’t let everyone know who you are. Don't include your surname or any other identifying information such as your place of work either in your profile or when you first make contact. Keep contact details private. Stay in control when it comes to how and when you share information. Don't include your contact information such as your e-mail address, home address, or phone number in your profile or initial communications. Be careful when accessing your account from a public or shared computer so that others can't view or record your password or personal information.  Be wary of opening e-mail attachments from someone you have only just met. However, don’t be put off, because with a few simple precautions and the application of common sense online dating can be truly rewarding.

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