5 Ways To Protect Yourself From Guys Like The Tinder Swindler
Most stories about online dating fraudsters usually involve middle-aged women who fall into the trap of meeting a man online. They never actually meet.
Suddenly, after a while, they receive a message saying he is in trouble, his family member has cancer, or something else life-threatening has happened. They wire him money, and they never see him again.
Sadly, many men out there, only want to use you for one thing or another. These guys will use every trick in the book to get what they want. So, you'd better be careful.
Healthy long-term relationships require compromise, shared hardship, and ongoing communication lessons. Usually, if it seems too good to be true, it's a sign to run — as far and as fast as you can.
Don't Believe in Fairytales
When you understand why people do what they do, you will be better equipped to avoid Tinder swindlers and other dating ne'er-do-wells.
Your intuition is there for a reason, and when something does not feel right, it is important to address it.
Trust Your Instincts
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