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SOURCE: Preferred Partners
Preferred Partners Dating, a Canadian matchmaking site for gay and lesbian singles, shares it leading tips to avoid Internet predators when attempting to find that special someone online.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Preferred Partners Dating, a Canadian matchmaking service known for its in-depth client screening process, is known for valuing safety in the dating climate of today. Going above the call of duty by checking the criminal records and other information sources of its potential members, Preferred Partners Dating offers those who ascribe to anonymous dating sites some important pieces of advice in keeping themselves safe and free from predators online.
Preferred Partners Dating recommends that the identity of potential suitors be checked online to make sure that people actually hold the identities they claim to. This can most easily be investigated through social media. Does the person in question have a fleshed out profile with numerous friends and pictures? If so, do the friends appear to be real people? Adept impersonators have been known to add new friends at random to fluff up their profiles. Ensure that a person’s friends appear to not only be real, but also centralized around the region in which the person is from.
Another warning sign is if the chat get sexual or very invasive fast. “Dating site predators tend to be more interested in what they can get from you, and not who you are,” warns David Anderson of Preferred Partners Dating. “Make sure a real investment is there before you commit too much.”
Preferred Partners Dating also encourages hopeful daters to take on the persona of a detective and Google the names of those they are pursuing online. Even pictures can be Googled, too, simply by dragging a picture onto the search bar at Google.com. “Seeking peace of mind via a little sleuthing cannot be underrated,” David goes on.
However, if a romantic hopeful is looking to avoid the pitfalls that plague the Internet dating landscape by avoiding the anonymity of dating web sites altogether, Preferred Partners Dating could be the answer. Preferred Partners Dating forgoes these dangers by scrutinizing and analyzing every member in-house before hand-selecting matches for its applicants. Advertising itself as selecting “successful, emotionally stable and discerning” individuals, Preferred Partners Dating operates in Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.
Preferred Partners Dating can be contacted at:
Phone: 1 (866) 467-5252
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