One guy I met was an alcoholic who couldn't keep a job and was trying to get over a long-term girlfriend who had dumped him. And he used the SAME online name (and photos) on all the sites. The next day he texted me, asking if I wanted to come over to snuggle and watch a movie. The most recent guy I met on the site has become a good friend.Frightening because he had two minor children living at home that I suspected he'd taken from their mom in the divorce by coercion. Not bad looking but short (which he was honest about in his profile). We e-mailed on OKC for several months then he decided he was getting off because he was having no luck and he said he was tired of seeing all the weapons and naked pics.The mobile age has brought us many innovations and changes, some great, some questionable, and none more signficant than those which seems to signficantly alter elements of our culture.One of those big changes is now the subject of many articles across the web - dating.Sav at ** took it upon himself to delete my account because I put him on notice about the number of scammers I was meeting. I was going on this website to find me a soul mate. I have been away from Robert ** of Arnold since August. They need to have a person to verify the information and tell a married man that he should think twice about doing this because he only had 25% chance of a relationship to workout. I had spoken with a guy who was on the site and the same thing happened to him.Some that I had blocked were removed by OKC but he realised it was a losing battle for him so to cut off his nose to spite his face, he removed me from the site... Justin followed suit to back him up..the input of a moderator who lives in RI and who supported my side of the fence did nothing for them to reinstate my account. He claims if you don't upgrade to a paying membership within 3 months they suspend your account without warning so if you're in contact with someone you lose out. Just like with everything else, this website must be approached with caution.
You can contact someone without, truthfully, putting much effort into it.
The freelance writer said the man had seen her Twitter profile – which has more than 8,000 followers – and then Googled her extensively and found her dating profile from tweets she had written about Ok Cupid.
Since posting the man’s messages on her Twitter and Facebook pages, she has contacted him, calling him a “creep”, and he has since been removed from the dating website, according to Mic.
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