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Lately, this newly brown-haired, leopard print-wearing, 60-something has been getting nibbles from millennials and hipsters — a group she never dreamed would want matchmaking advice.
Perhaps her first glimmer of the next generation seeking a mate in a “new” way (96 percent of people now consider online dating standard) was when a young man was introduced to her at a Detroit “Diner en Blanc” at the Heidelberg Project.
She then started having events where she mixed 10 men and 10 women whom she hand selected. “I haven’t had a real 9-to-5 job for years,” says Pilliciotti.
“I was in marketing and communications, then was a pharmaceutical sales rep.
(WXYZ) - Online dating is often associated with finding love, but as many as 33% of people creating profiles are looking for something else - to make you a victim.
In February, police say an Ypsilanti Township man was beaten and robbed after setting up a date online.
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Then in March we told you about a woman in Troy scammed out of more than 0,000. The Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan says crimes like these are becoming more and more common.“The Better Business Bureau has a tool called the scam tracker and it’s actually in our top 10 most likely scams to occur to our users” says Melanie Duquesnel, the President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan. You need to ask yourself a few important questions.“What is the intention and if the intention is a relationship and the relationship only happens through text messages or emails and there’s no face-to-face, there’s generally a problem,” says Duquesnel.
There is a dangerous side of online dating, but you can protect yourself and a new app is working to change things.
Even Karly Rogers, who found love online, has had scary experiences in the past.“I got a couple messages from a guy who claimed he was a police officer and he could tell that I read his messages, so he would text me on the app and say I can tell you’re reading my message, you’re not responding.
I can find you, I’m a police officer,” says Rogers.