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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 18:45

I feel like I should at least ask this question, what do you do when you know for a FACT someone is lying on here. I just came across a profile of a man I know and nearly choked on my Diet Pepsi. To begin with he is lying about his income by about double if you count his last year's salary but that wouldn't be a fair picture since he was also just fired from his 4th firm in 8 years. So technically he is unemployed. Also, this is kind of personal but he honestly has some mental health issues. I'm not sure if I should elaborate. I guess everyone here is an adult and knows to take the necessary precautions before meeting just anyone online.


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Posted on Sat, Jul 08, 2006 15:35

I believe that as women, we owe it to each other to expose the liars. In the end, of course, we have to judge for ourselves, but if I had a warning, at least I would be a bit more cautious in dealing with that person. Men (and women too) who lie are sometimes very good at what they do, and can fool you for years, so with a warning, at least we go into the situation a little more educated.


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Posted on Sat, Jul 08, 2006 08:23

Uh Helloooo. ALL MEN LIE! Even my closest guy friends tell me, they exaggerate a lot! You know...they are so successful, own a few homes, great in bed, not seeing anyone else etc. My young, cute single guy friends go out in packs to hit on girls. They have regular stories they tell like I'm a Ivy league grad doc or wealthy heir and girls eat it up! I don't know which is more PATHETIC!!


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Posted on Sat, Jul 08, 2006 07:35

Why not tell us who he is so we can keep away from him. Us women have to stick together.


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Posted on Thu, Jun 15, 2006 19:08

Sadly this is far too common online. It's simply just too easy. As it's been stated; be ware, ask many questions and verify facts where you can. The other best piece of advice I could ever give is to never get your hopes up too high on a first time meeting. Keep an open mind when going to that first time meeting. If the person has been false or misleading then that's fine and you can simply walk away. Don't ever take it personally. Sometimes it's easier to be something we're not. Not to sure why as I personally enjoy being simply me *L* Sadly after a while you too might be able to tell those who are real and those who are fake from talking to them online. I'm not to sure this is more a possitive over a negative. Sort of says to me that society finds it far too easy to lie and if they lie about one thing who's to say they won't lie about other perhaps even everything else. Lies catch up with you in the end and are far too much work in my opinion. Guess moms were right about telling the truth all along. Good luck. Remember sometimes you run into real and honest people such as yourself. Think of this all as one adventure on that quest of a lifetime. Leigh


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Posted on Thu, Jun 15, 2006 18:58

In an ideal situation, that would be nice but how many woman would you trust to post only the truth... There was a site about two years ago where woman could post man who cheated on them. I had a few guy friends get posted on there by woman who they dated once but didn't date again. Now men can be jerks and liars but a "scorned" woman can be vindictive and scary... I think that maybe we should just find out for ourselves. Instead of a "naughty" list maybe we should have a "good" list?


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Posted on Thu, Jun 15, 2006 11:49

Just a follow up on this. I sent an email to the person directly suggestiong he modify his profile to be truthful. If he does then who am I to say anything. If he decides not to be truthful then I'll post his user name and he can deal with it. To Lorabytheshore-- huh? I didn't get your post. Was that to me? I am not hurt by this person. I just happen to live in the same city, work in the same profession and know him personally. I did not meet him online and certainly never dated him or wanted to. This wasn't done to be hurtful and I am certainly not scorned. I was struggling with whether I had an obligation to say something or not.


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Posted on Thu, Jun 15, 2006 11:31

Hiya all, Unfortunatly this can happen anywhere not just online ... I've had my share of liars as well even about height lol thats a pretty hard one to cover up. I have a male friend of mine meet a woman "thought was his dreams", she was the con so it does go both ways. I don't think anyone should kiss and tell thou, sometimes it could be a scorned lover/friend. Just be careful and good luck to all. Annie


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