Are You Really Safe on the Internet?
When you’re dating online, the last thing that you’re thinking about is your identity. Well, maybe you are. But it’s not in the same way as everyone else on the Internet might be thinking of it.
There are thieves out there. Lots of them. On the Internet, where everyone can be an anonymous as they want to be, you are taking a risk when you go online to meet people.
And I’m not just talking about basic online safety either or trying to prevent meeting up with stalkers or violent criminals.
Identity theft is becoming more and more common on dating sites. When you’re giving our your personal information, many people are able to see it, see your picture, and see how they can use this information to get into your credit cards, bank accounts, and more.
But what can you do? You can’t lie about who you are because that defeats the whole purpose. You would have to head back to the bars to date again. Sigh.
Here are some quick tips for staying safe and staying online:
- » Don’t list last names that are visible to the public
- » Change your birthday slightly – like the year, for example
- » Don’t identify where you work or where you went to school
In short, don’t have a profile that’s filled with personal information. You can even list your address as near to the city that you actually live in, then reveal the real location when you are comfortable.https://blog.datingwise.com/51/are-you-really-safe-on-the-internet/SafetyBars,Identity,Meet People,Online Safety,Risks,Stalking,ViolenceWhen you're dating online, the last thing that you're thinking about is your identity. Well, maybe you are. But it's not in the same way as everyone else on the Internet might be thinking of it. There are thieves out there. Lots of them. On the...taraTara Milleradmin@datingwise.comAdministratorDating and Relationship Advice