Maybe they won’t tell you much about themselves but ask you a ton of questions, or perhaps they’ve declared their undying love you before you’ve even met.If it feels weird, chances are something’s not what it seems.This month we will celebrate our 3rd anniversary since meeting on Oasis!We were both far each other when we first started chatting, he was in England and I was working in Saudi Riyadh at that time.Trust your instincts and be cautious until you’ve had long enough to really get to know someone.And if you’re really not sure, run it by a friend that you trust to get some advice.I then started to feel quite worried as we'd met not far from my work and I might have mentioned that I worked in the area...Luckily after a few bad emails I never heard from him again.” Carrie Go public Another golden rule of dating is; always meet in a public place.
If they ask for your number, or ask you to email them or switch to Whats App (a common trick among scammers is to say their subscription is running out), just politely decline and say it’s nothing personal, it’s just your policy not to.
Consequently I got lots of messages from people who I had no interest in, and looking back it was a risky thing to do because I invited unwanted attention.” Clare Google them Try Googling what you know about them and do a Google image search to see where else their photo has appeared.
Also, see if you have shared friends on Facebook or look them up on Linked In.
I finished my contract and returned to the Philippines where we both met face to face for the first time and there were sparks!
We are now excited to welcome our 1st baby next month!