The better sites use geolocation and name/address verification. Geolocation is a feature that allows the website to find out in which country and city the subscribers are by IP number or other method.I started browsing men between the ages of 55 and 75. Almost on every page that showed ten results I could detect a scammer.Red Flag #2 When you do finally decide to meet up, decide on a neutral and safe location (a restaurant or a café) and have a friend or family member bring you and let them meet your date.
Your dating “nickname” or “username” is the first thing that people will notice.Include the name of the person you are meeting, where you are meeting them and when you expect to be home.Write down any personal information that you have on your date also – like an address or cell phone number, and the dating site you met them on – and give it to your friend or family member. Blame it on your overly protective friend or family if you feel awkward about it. And while everyone is at risk, seniors can be a major target.It seems that you only need to pick up the newspaper or watch the news to hear about the latest financial scam and it’s something that has become an unwelcome part of modern life.I started my research by examining the dating site itself S************ dot com. Right off the bet I noticed there was no real security.