I’ve talked about this before but in a relatively short period I’ve had several woman contact me with the same question: why do men want to talk to me using our personal email accounts and should I give my email to them?
What I tell my readers is this: I wouldn’t be too worried about moving to personal email accounts.
She received her Master's in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2009.
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A Warning on Moving to Personal Email Accounts Rapidly There is one other risk with moving to personal email accounts.
It happens less often and requires that you move to personal email very quickly but it’s a problem that exists. Often a scammer will steal credit card numbers, sign up for a dating service, convince men or women to move to the conversation to personal emails and then attempt to use the Romance Scam on them.
Taking a Chance to Find Love There are a lot of great people on dating sites but we’ll never know unless we give them a chance. Giving out your email is a risk but so is going on a first date with someone you’ve never met!
I feel that if we’re careful, most of these risks can be mitigated to the point that the risk is very small.
When the person being scammed notices the dating profile is gone, the scammer will tell them they decided they want to concentrate on building the relationship between the two of them and will say that they took their profile down.
With that in mind, I recommend the following: she was dealing with a scammer.
I’m afraid she was ignoring/rejecting all the men who wanted to take the relationship to the next step (however small).
Often the reason people ask this is because they’re embarrassed to log into dating service at locations other than their house but they want to be able communicate throughout the day.
They may also want to move to personal email because they can then easily communicate from their phone or any other number of reasons.