Online dating tips disability
If your love interest refuses and also isn’t up for meeting after a few weeks however, alarm bells should definitely be ringing.Most smartphones have GPS receivers, so can accurately pinpoint your location.If it does, excellent - you’re talking to a real human being.Going a step beyond Facebook searching and dipping your toes into the murky world of cyberstalking could be a necessary step if Facebook fails you. If his name is John Doe and he’s an architect in London for example - typing the words “John Doe, Architect, London” will very likely pull up a Linked In or Twitter profile.
Some services like Ok Cupid feature both a website and app support, covering all the bases.
If the information is publically available, then you can use it to swiftly verify that the person is real, using only details that they're already openly sharing.
Just don't go digging for details that they're not making public – that's not cool.
A point to note, using your GPS will drain your battery a bit faster, so make sure you’re at 100% before you leave for your date. This will give your phone the best chance of sending your accurate location - and if a problem does arise, your friend can locate you to within a few meters.
Whether there’s no chemistry or your spidey sense is tingling and your date doesn’t seem like such a safe bet, provided you’re meeting in public, a solid excuse to leave will enable a speedy departure.