Fish catch dating
If they move too quickly into the realm of love and commitment, try not to be flattered. Asking for money This should be a massive red flag (but unfortunately, many people are seduced by this).
If they ask you for cash, this is an indicator that their intentions are based on something other than finding love – walk away! Very low Facebook friend count Check out their Facebook page as soon as you can.
If they claim to have no access to a webcam (unusual these days), your intuition might tell you something 4.
Saying exactly what you want to hear Many victims of Catfish report that the person said all the right things, they tapped into their deepest needs and said only positive things.
showcase exactly what you'd expect: attractive single (and often shirtless) fishermen posing with their catch.
Do you find this sort of dating profile photography alluring? Here's a selection of the fishy photos all the same, because your decisions should be informed:1.
If they claim to be a brain surgeon and part time pilot, who enjoys running monthly marathons and volunteering to save the children in Africa, your alarm bells might start ringing 3.
Often, when a Catfish sets up their false dating profile, they set up corresponding Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts to demonstrate ‘social proof’ that they exist.