Whilst the majority of our members are sincere and honest in the information they provide, as always exceptions do exist.
To counteract this, Elite Singles employs an entire team whose main task is to check and verify each and every profile created on our site.
We wish you all the best in your search for a partner and would like you to remain safe while doing so.
Given the sophistication of modern day scammers, here are six additional tips on how you can confirm the authenticity of a profile and protect yourself against fraud. Question unrealistic information If your partner proposal is a 22 year old surgeon, or you come across a stockbroker who claims that money is not important, then it's completely acceptable for you to be sceptical.
Always avoid contact if you're in any doubt about the information provided on a profile. Be mindful of your personal information Being curious about someone you've met via online dating is completely natural.
If you don't want hot monkey love with a particular human, you need to communicate that. That way both of us can cut our losses and move on. Zip it Up Lately a buddy told me that 70% of the men she meets online yap the entire time they're together, never attaining even basic information about her.
I'd venture to say⎯barring a nasty diagnosis or a death in her immediate family⎯she wasn't attracted, even though she liked him. In other words, she was either avoiding an act of rejection, or she was using him for his brain. Now I was being tested on a subject I knew nothing about. If you don't want someone like me, please let your freak flag fly right away.
Do not let yourself be pressured into meeting someone you are unsure of.