If you are finding that a lot of your matches are hit or miss, taking the time to help qualify yourself and your matches will lead to a better outcome.
Wallis Snowdon is a digital journalist with CBC Edmonton.
But to dig deeper you need to look at the message content.
This one of the top complaints I hear from women when it comes to online dating.
In the span of four evenings, more than 30 strangers showed up unannounced.
The incidents have been reported to Edmonton police and are being investigated."They're buzzing and saying that they're here for the meet-ups that they had arranged on Plenty of Fish," the woman said, referring to the online dating site. That's what makes it even scarier." So far, none of the men have gained entry to the building.Last month we dove into the dark side of internet dating and looked at romance scams and why people keep falling for them.Membership plans cost from to per month, with subscriptions generally ranging from one to 12 months.The messages were almost always from fake, computer-generated profiles – “Virtual Cupids” – created by the defendants, with photos and information designed to closely mimic the profiles of real people.As soon as a new user set up a free profile, he or she began to receive messages that appeared to be from other members living nearby, expressing romantic interest or a desire to meet.