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ONLINE DATING: THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT

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If anyone knows me (and if you don’t, you should), I’ve had my share of experiences with online dating. I’m now completely off looking for love through the World Wide Web, since it’s cheaper to meet crazy people at Buffalo Wild Wings. You name it, I’ve tried it. Match.com, eharmony, BlackPeopleMeet, OKCupid, InterracialDating.com, and finally Tinder. After passing through too many profiles with men with shades on, I am done being propositioned for threesomes, spankings, and being a side piece. I tried to be optimistic as I tried each site,Read More


CODE RED FLAG ALERT: SWEETHEART SCAMS ON THE RISE

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CODE RED FLAG ALERT: Some online daters feel they’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places, and have lost thousands of dollars as a consequence. While these daters were searching for love, there would be love interests were looking for victims to defraud. Two victims, Teresa Snider and Terri Andrews, shared with Ohio’s 10tv.com that the con artists they met online seemed “sweet” in the beginning. However, soon after they started communicating the men started requesting monetary favors. For Snider, the amount started off as small as $200 thenRead More


CODE RED FLAG ALERT: MAN SHOOTS WOMAN HE MET ON AN ONLINE DATING SITE

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CODE RED FLAG ALERT: CBS 46 Atlanta is reporting that the metro Atlanta police are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man, who goes by the name of “Cash.” On Christmas Eve, Cash and a woman, whom he met online, went to the Waffle House in College Park for a meet and greet. They left the restaurant together in her car, a black 1999 Jeep Cherokee with Rhode Island plates 32559, allegedly to go to a hotel. On the way there, Cash pulled out aRead More


CODE RED FLAG ALERT: LIONELL ARTEMUS

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Earlier today, I was presented with a mugshot and an article regarding Mr. Lionell Artemus. I saw this post in a Facebook group for black business owners. The post alleged that Mr. Artemus could be a predator who pretends to be in the business of online dating services as a rouse to get unexpecting women to befriend him. The post read, PREDATOR ALERT: I’ve seen this guy in 4 other Black Business Networking Groups. He’s a very handsome charming man according to the news article below. He’s posing as aRead More


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