Creating your online dating profile: protect your identity and personal information Be Anonymous - Choose a username that doesn’t let everyone know who you are.
Don't include your surname or any other identifying information such as your place of work either in your profile or when you first make contact.
Take Your Time - Sometimes when you're excited about someone, your instincts can be confused by strong feelings.
Take care and take your time when you talk about yourself.
After the web site did not work (she claimed there was a green button that would provide her booking number and phone number - button did not exist) I made requests for her location and phone number (to facilitate planning of a discrete place to meet, plus estimation of travel time etc) only to be met with canned answers of "are you more interested in my location than you are in meeting me? Pity..were hot, but it was a fake profile all the way. One gal tried to snag me in it, but I wouldn't go for it. ) manage to include there email address on their profile.. When I tell them where Iam from..quite accurate they say they are only an hour away..- Remember that overtly sexual, provocative or controversial usernames could attract the wrong kind of attention. Stay in control when it comes to how and when you share information.Don't include your contact information such as your email address, home address, or phone number in your profile or initial communications.Skype and Internet Calls Use the Internet to make calls safely.You should check if the dating site you are using is a member of the Online Dating Association (ODA).