While it is normal for people to hold back initially, if the guy has something to hide, he will usually not reveal details about where he lives, what he does for a living, his family, his upbringing etc.
Online dating sites have created a wily playground for scammers, romance artists and married men (and women) who secretly cheat on their spouses.
A married man is usually very cagey and does not like to reveal too many details about himself online.
For example, he may refuse to divulge his last name and for many people this is often a dead giveaway that the guy is married.
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They conceal their true identity with a secret email address, a secondary cell phone, and if necessary a post office box.
According to a MSNBC survey, 30% of the men using an online dating service are married. Well…there really is no fool proof method and sadly catching a liar online can be harder than catching the married guy hitting on you at the bar.
However, there are some signs that might help you spot a married man online. A married man will not put up his photo online obviously because he does not want to be recognized.
In fact, according to Statistic Brain, compiled research from an MSNBC survey suggests that a whopping 40 million single folks in the U. are using online dating sites as a vehicle to find companionship. You can surf for a Friday night date while sitting behind your desk on a Monday afternoon.
Online dating is a multi-billion dollar industry with over 40 million users and growing every day.