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How to spot an online dating player
He was very sophisticated in his deception and specifically targeted his victims based on the information that they chose to self-disclose on social media.
Whatever their interests were, Whitter made sure to make them his also.
Friends who typically just occasionally "like" a person's posts but do not have frequent, regular banter with them are most likely just acquaintances.
Do an easy Google Image search on a photo and see if it pops up on someone else's social media account or elsewhere online.
Recently, Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o was catfished by a 22 year old man named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who claimed to be Lennay Kekua, a 23 year old woman.
In fact, people lying on online dating sites has become so prevalent that a popular documentary film and television show coined a term for it--being "catfished." The good news is that you can protect yourself by learning how to spot a phony while dating online.
I go in-depth on the topic in my book , but for now, let's take a look at seven indications that someone that you are talking with might be catfishing you and use them to help catch the catfisher. If a person won't video chat or carry on a telephonic conversation.
Tuiasosopo even sent a photo of a beautiful girl who was purported to be Kekua.
Eventually, a photo search revealed that the photo had been lifted from the social media site of an unwitting 22 year old woman named Diane O'Meara.
Glenn Whitter is a man who targeted victims on an online dating site with the sole intention of scamming them out of their money.
He was able to coerce many women into giving up their entire savings.
Whitter has since disappeared and has an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
The Whitter case illustrates the issue: When you are dating online, you have to be aware that the person that you are communicating with might not be who they say they are.