If any woman claims her age to be any number with a nine as the trailing integer, add at least four years to her age. Here’s a general rule of thumb – the shorter the hair, the more recent the photo.
Aliases and usernames have become a big part of our personal online presence, and we often feel tied to them when we register for new sites and services.
Because my primary priority is to help men, I give you the list of potential lies that men must face when evaluating a woman’s online dating profile. Cell phones and digital cameras have gradually improved over the years. This requires, of course, that a guy has to know what’s in style now.
I also give some solid tips for identifying those lies. The megapixel count has increased and this means generally sharper images for recent photos. Bear in mind that some online dating websites will re-sample images to make them smaller in terms of memory. Consult some women’s magazines on this and pay careful attention to what women are wearing as you are out and about. A woman’s age does certainly impact her fashion she wears in public.
There are plenty of free and paid services which search and monitor social media and email accounts by username. It will rapidly scan popular sites and services for email addresses, usernames, names, and phone numbers to build a comprehensive profile of a person.
performs a broader sweep of services for usernames only, immediately flagging services where a particular username has been registered.
The bad guys basically use a target's personal interests to engineer a meet-cute with them and use the fact that they are magically into the same things to weasel personal information out of the target.It’s incredibly easy to copy and paste a generic profile and way too many women have the repeat language of the generic profile. Yes, it’s from a real profile and is amazingly similar to about a zillion other profiles I have read. I know that some men are after poontang and nothing else. If you think she’s out of your league, she likely is and it’s likely to be a fake profile. Here is an example of the typical, unimaginative and rather generic profile that way too many women write: I’m a friendly, easy going, fun loving person. I enjoy having get togethers with my family and friends which always includes food and wine. I’m adventurous and love to travel and would like to meet someone that has similiar interests. Worse, a woman will find a great photo of someone else and write real words behind it. The profile or the message to you is just a bit off. Now, if you happen to live in a city where many people are not native English speakers, then you might have run across a real profile by a woman who is still mastering English. This is an easy way for someone with malicious intent to draw connections between a dating site profile username and your ‘real’ life, even if your profiles are correctly private or hidden.The very simplest, a Google search will often turn up social media profiles, forum posts, and blog comments tied to a particular username.