Red flags when dating women
or those that insist in a aggressive way to buy products or services from them which you never need.
And you, blind of love, thinking about that beautiful young woman, are an easy potential victim for them.
That hot blonde you've been casually kicking it with (and doing) may be the girl of your dreams - or she could be a nightmare just waiting to rear her ugly, horned head. We've gathered all the clues you need to calculate whether you're hooking up with Miss Right or Miss Holy Shit!
Red Flags: One "accidental" case of bumping into you midweek is fine; she could really just be in the neighborhood. She's all cleavage and legs until you get together-then just try to pull her out of that damned sweats-and-ponytail combo.
For example, some web sites have over 20.000 profiles, however this is not a reason to find any scam inside this Agency, it only gives you an impression how many profiles you can find on the 'entire' web.
These are organizations that will use methods to keep you as long as possible as a paid customer, or those who ask far too much money for their services.
She's a complete wild child and free spirit, until you discover she was saving herself-for you.
Red Flags: Longing gazes at wedding-dress magazines, a season pass for TLC's A Wedding Story on her Ti Vo, or hours and hours of inane wedding talk while on the phone with her friends all signify you've got a future Bridezilla just dying to get behind the veil. Suggest a ménage à trois-or float the idea of an open relationship.
Make sure you tell her it's your life goal to "experience" many people. Then she's slipping her hands into your pockets-and reaching for your wallet.
Red Flags: Watch out for her slick attempts to sneak a peek at your shirt label, uncontrollable sneers at generic brands, and a fondness for ordering twin lobster tails when you're getting the lobster bisque. Snag a discarded ATM receipt with an especially low balance the next time you're getting cash and leave it in plain sight for her to find.