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Schwartz advises caution and the following steps: 1. “You have to beware of the guys who become amorous too quickly,” she says.
While most people on dating sites are genuinely looking for a spouse or companionship, some do have other motives. “I screen people out by insisting Saturday night is date night,” says Sandy Reynolds, 66, a retiree who lives outside Tampa, Florida.
Maybe they’re married or just looking for cyber sex. Does the photo on the site match, or look like, other pictures that pop up in the search? “If they only want to meet mid-week, that’s a red flag.” Reynolds has been using online dating sites since 2008.
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