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.
In the survey, men lied most about their employment, age and marital status.When she did a search on Google and Linkedin, she found nothing for the names of William, Will, Bill or Billy with his last name anywhere.During his date, he mentioned what street he lived on. Online, it appeared that this guy just didn't exist.This may help reveal the full name of the person you're about to have a date with and where that photo may have appeared elsewhere on the Internet. I believe you should always tell the truth about your age.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.At 60 and divorced, he was ready to settle down and travel the world with the woman he would adore. After wining and dining a woman at a fancy restaurant with a big bar bill, inviting her to a fancy party and picking up her valet parking ticket, she never heard from Bill again. She couldn't find anything about him anywhere on the Internet.She knew he looked much older than 60, but didn't know if he had just spent too much time in the sun.When she went on her date with the handsome architect John, she confessed that she was really 40 and not 36.While she thought four years wouldn't have made a difference and that most men were visual, John told her flat out that he had expected to be meeting a 36-year old woman and he walked out on her.To find out if someone's photos are recent, you might want to check their Facebook or Instagram accounts and see if the "Selfie" looks familiar.You can also download their online dating profile photo into Google Image search.