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Bottom line—they ask for money.” It's probalby no surprise, but married men or otherwise committed men also post on dating sites, and pretend they’re single.
This can take more time to flush out, but if a guy is never available to meet or talk during certain times of the day, it’s a red flag, Coleman said.
An early warning sign is when they want to immediately go to text or email, instead of talking through the online dating site.
Some of these profiles are from scammers wanting to collect your personal information, others are people “catfishing” for sport, trying to lure you into a relationship by using a fictional persona.
In a nutshell, “those who exaggerate, post old photos, stretch or construct the truth can look great on paper, but inconsistencies usually show quickly.
They don’t have new photos to share or others besides the headshot. They may be reluctant to meet and always have a conflict when it is brought up.
Once you start talking to someone, and they are coming on too strong, that’s another warning sign, said Toni Coleman, a psychotherapist and relationship coach. They are attractive successful, available and really looking for love—they are also almost always looking for older women seeking a man to love them and care for them.
They live at a distance, often in another country and probably travel frequently due to their own business or have exciting business plans they are working on," she said.