Danger of online dating for men
These statistics are showing that since 10% of members are scammers and another 10% are some type of sex offender, your odds of ending up in a bad situation are already 20%.
Then add the 51% that are already spoken for, and your odds of meeting a normal, available person decrease greatly.
Other times, they don’t disappear, but wind up marrying you, so they can continue to take everything they can from you, often ruining your credit, bank account, and life!
Don’t think that you are the only one they are married to while they are doing this either!
Did you know that there are 54 million single people in the United States, and 40 million of them have tried online dating?
The worldwide online dating industry grosses over billion dollars per year, making it a bigger industry than porn.
It seems quick, easy and painless, and the odds of finding true love are pretty good.
Sadly, the internet is the playground that predators use to lure women, for the purpose of performing scams, abductions, rapes, and murders.
It appears to be the most popular way of finding your “match” these days. You are bored and want to meet a man, but don’t know where to meet one, so you sign up with an online dating service.
You post your photo, write a paragraph or more about yourself, and/or complete their questionnaire.
There are many websites available for this purpose.
Below are some disturbing statistics to be aware of if you are a “woman seeking men”, on an online dating site.