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Having a web chat is a great way to explore the level of chemistry between you.If they claim to have no access to a webcam (unusual these days), your intuition might tell you something.Your unconscious mind gives you hints when it suspects someone is not the real deal, listen to it!So start to balance your approach to online dating.Many victims report that the person said all the right things, they tapped into their deepest needs and said only positive things.We all know that ‘real people’ have flaws and tend to say a combination of positive, negative and neutral things so look out for this.To stay safe, maintain your communication on the eharmony site for as long as possible.Many Catfish attempt to coax you away to instant messaging or private email, thus reducing your level of control over the communication.
If they move too quickly into the realm of love and commitment, try not to be flattered. This should be a massive red flag (but unfortunately, many people are seduced by this).
Police estimate that Aussies send around million to internet scammers every month!
Although the majority of these covert predators are based in Africa, mainly Nigeria and Ghana, they show up on our dating sites as attractive, Western-looking, perfect potential dates.
Be aware of anyone who talks about major illnesses, traumas or unusual life events in the context of ‘feel sorry for me’.
A key indicator of a Catfish is that they will not want to meet you in person (or via webcam).
Falling for a Catfish has nothing to do with intelligence or rational thinking – it’s all about HOPE.