Then they can “easily triangulate other sensitive information,” he added.
Every once in a while, I found no information at all about a particular number.
“These are not foolproof,” says Brooks, “but they are another line of defense.”Look out for scam dating sites, says Scruff’s Silverberg.
Scammers lure people off dating sites/apps, and then scam. Worse, it's beyond the tools that dating apps use to monitor abusive behaviors, for instance, device ID tools and communications monitoring A.
I.”But I didn’t know any of that so I bought a -a-month premium subscription to White Pages, a “people search” service.
The officer told me to keep copies of his disturbing emails, block him on social media, and tell him firmly to leave me alone. I now give out that number instead of my real cell. The take-away: There’s no reason to give out a phone number before meeting. Remember conventional wisdom: Meet in a public place, let a friend know ahead where you’ll be, and plan to check in after.
Of course, someone who looks up my Google Voice number and finds nothing will probably think I have a burner phone – or that I’m catfishing them. Use dating sites that require proof of identity to establish an account.