Giving out your phone number and online dating
Giving out your phone number and online dating - love and romance dating
But it's all dependent on how that person comes off and if they seem trustworthy or suspicous. That happened to a friend, and she ended up having to reject every phone call from numbers she didn't know, or private numbers.The thing is, myspace has like your page, and then there's a section where they show people you're friend's with, and if you are smart enough, you can trace some of what is said by looking in all the friends' profiles at their comments. So, for instance, I know who his friends are and who he's been talking to, for the most part. Plus, his sister and cousin are on there so I do feel comfortable.
I actually do like this gentleman, which is unusual for me. I figure this is as good a time as any to float a pretty non-controversial theory of how to be successful in dating. Okay, so you know what a Venn Diagram looks like, right? I always ask for the man’s phone number, and offer to call him.
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anyway, use the voice programs before you then move to land lines Yeah I got my DH's number first.....
But I think it's a matter of your best judgement.... I know there are some teens on the site as well and for them I'd never recommend giving out personal information (address phone number) over the web..cause of all the child predators.
i have been at this internet thing for a long time.
Granted i am male but i have never had anything bad happen.
The internet is particularly problematic in the way we can feel like we've 'gotten to know' someone, when we often have not. A good friend of my mine through caution to the wind, and it was the worst mistake of her life.
I'm sure you know this in your head, but our hearts aren't always so about never? but why give them your number when yahoo & MSN messengers all have voice chat?
Sometimes I feel like I should "throw caution to the wind" and meet them sooner instead of wasting time with IM. I am talking to a guy on myspace and I just gave him my number today, after talking to him for about 2 weeks. Well I chatted with my DH online for just a couple days before I gave him my phone number, but that was because he gave me his first and I lived on a military base (he was a civilian) and I knew I had safety given the base was on lockdown after 9/11.