While you are enjoying the benefits of online dating, the online dating safety may still disturb you. Communicating with new and strange people can be quite scary and tricky to some singles, especially those beautiful women or wealthy people.
A friend of mine started dating on a millionaires club wantsmillionaire.com. A few days after her registration, a man approached her and exchanged emails back and forth. Then, it’s the time for them to meet each other. She feels quite uncomfortable as the guy who claims to have great background is not a verified member. She did a background check on google without getting any useful info. So, she is worrying about whether she should meet the man. Any similar experiences?
Just a couple of months ago, we did some investigation and posted an article "Millionaire Matchmaker: Ladies, safety tip for your first meet up" on want millionaire dating advice. Probably, this is the right time for us to return to this topic and dig out some further problems.
On any dating clubs, you may meet both honest members and abusive members. It’s not correct to say the dating site is good or bad just because you met some some good or bad members. On WantsMillionaire.com, you will meet the following members: 1) Recommended members, 2) Verified members, 3) Standard members. According to experiences, recommended members and verified members are credible and real. Generally speaking, they are double checked and confirmed by the website. If you contact them, there will be no problems. For standard members without verification, you need to be more careful and try your best to filter out those abusive ones.
As a member of this site for almost 1 year, I’d share some of my experiences for filtering out abusive members. First, if someone asked you to chat with him/her on yahoo IM or other IM in the first email, or ask you to tell your real email address so that you two can communicate more conveniently, what’s your first reaction? Yes, abusive member. Don’t follow him/her tip, or you will get into the trap. The reason is quite simple: they can’t stay long on the site. So, they ask you to communicate off the site. Every time I meet such members, I send them to support. About 1 day later, I will get an email from support saying that the member has been removed. Got it?
Second, some members may post very beautiful photos on their profiles, and their profile info is well written. But you can find lots of spelling/grammar problems in their email messages. What do you think of them? Possible scammer from Africa. Send them to support too.
Third, I did also meet some tricky abusive members too. At the very beginning, everything goes well. Maybe, one month later, or during the time for our face to face meet, they will meet some urgent problems and they need money. Many members may fall into the trap as they trust them to a certain degree. No, that’s not the truth. It’s still scam. You need to be aware of that.
All in all, all of the problematic members are standard members. Not recommended, not verified. So, if you want to make yourself better protected, try to search those recommended or verified members, not everyone who looks good to you. At the same time, if you want to show yourself as a credible guy, make yourself verified.