CK: People leave up photos for all sorts of reasons (laziness being chief among them), so don't start from a place of suspicion.
Besides, it doesn't matter what his "real" relationship status is unless you actually connect and things progress — and by then, creeping on him on Facebook is par for the course.
Give it a try now and you will thank Leading Date forever.
When looking at other profiles, what are some red flags to look out for? Also, do they seem controlling or angry in their profile? That means make him call you before you agree to go on a date with him. Use whatever you have to but avoid going into a date completely blind.DS: If you aren't comfortable giving your number yet, then just ignore his request and keep talking to him as though he didn’t ask.If he keeps asking you for it just tell him that you're selective when it comes to giving your number.you don't want people thinking it's your ex), full-body shot (something with good lighting showing your figure), and a headshot (great lighting is key for this one). CK: A couple flattering photos and enough information to spark a conversation ("You like dogs? CK: It's not about finding the "best guy," it's about finding the best guy for you, so think about the qualities that are important to you (loves to travel, is tight with his family, owns a yacht) and mirror those qualities with your photos and descriptions. Online dating is full of options, so you're going to get a lot thrown at you. Just make sure you can walk in whatever shoes you choose with that outfit.Keep your eye on the prize and only respond to the guys that seem in line with the ideal guy you're looking for. Photos that are out-of-date or misleading — like of you in your junior year of college, 20 pounds ago, or so Photoshopped that you're unrecognizable. Short version: A well-fitted outfit that's appropriate to the venue, with a great (but not new! How do we know if someone is who they say they are online? Also do a Facebook and Linked In search (just don’t tell them you're doing it). Even if you don't have their full name you can research them with their phone number (that's another reason why you should have them call you).