Some even lied about not having children, when in fact they were paying child support for three kids. In the survey, almost half of women lied about their weight or body shape in online dating profiles and on social networking sites.Here are some of the biggest lies and how to detect them. While I wish those who were married would head over to Ashley Madison, instead of Match and Ok Cupid, they may not want to tip off others that they're looking for an adulterous affair.
Often people use their Facebook or Linkedin profile photos on dating sites. For those who believe they have to fit into a search and think their shelf life has expired, I beg to differ.Finally, she paid .95 for a "People Search" company for his cell-phone number, only to find out that his first name wasn't Bill, but the last name matched.There were no photos of him on the Internet, but one of the sites did reveal that he was 70 and not 60.As a result, they will lie about where they went to college, their age or even their zip code to fulfill their fantasy. He posted a profile on Match saying he was 60, but his primary and only photo showed him wearing a hat on his head.One wouldn't notice that he had no hair at first glance.
Knowing the truth will help you make better decisions before entering into a new relationship. It's a fact that men want to date pretty women who aren't overweight and women want to date tall handsome men.