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Just don't go digging for details that they're not making public – that's not cool.
Bear in mind, teachers, spies and privacy savvy users will unlikely have an easy to trace online fingerprint.
In turn, the methods mentioned are just initial guidelines.
If you have a wearable, whether it’s an Android Wear, Tizen-powered Samsung Gear S3 or an Apple Watch, you could still have a line of defence on your wrist.Going a step beyond Facebook searching and dipping your toes into the murky world of cyberstalking could be a necessary step if Facebook fails you. If his name is John Doe and he’s an architect in London for example - typing the words “John Doe, Architect, London” will very likely pull up a Linked In or Twitter profile.If the information is publically available, then you can use it to swiftly verify that the person is real, using only details that they're already openly sharing.If you’re already thumb deep in witty repartee with your touch screen tease, but can’t shake the thought that there’s something fishy going on, there are a few other ways of verifying his or her identity. Depending on your online love interest’s security settings, using a name or number in Facebook’s search bar will very likely pull up their Facebook profile.If it does, excellent - you’re talking to a real human being.
Other services like Guardian Soulmates, a global dating website which was in the news after a , features tips onsite and link-outs to ODA - the Online Dating Association. On its website, you can find plenty of videos and some sage advice to help you flag the telltale signs you’re being taken for a [bad] ride.