The approach of finding a partner has changed over a period of time.
Busy lives and innovative technology have given rise to apps and websites that has increased the probability of finding a suitable companion.
15% of male online daters in Australia and 12% in New Zealand admit that they have used online dating sites to have an affair behind their partner’s back.
Around one quarter of male online daters in both Australia and New Zealand say they have sent sexually explicit/nude images of themselves of stranger on online dating sites.
In New Zealand, men were more likely to complain of meeting people who asked them for money (25%).
This experience was less commonly reported by Australian men (16%) but was still encountered by a significant number.
43 % of the women are most likely to complain of receiving unpleasant or creepy emails.
Another 33% of them ended up meeting people with highly misrepresentative profiles.
Almost 60% of all Australians and New Zealanders feel the need for website owners to do more to protect users.
This number indicates that as with regular dating, online dating has its risks too.
Be watchful and cautious before you disclose too much of information online.
You can run the risk of becoming a victim of stalking, harassment, catfishing, identity theft, webcam blackmail and even phishing scams.
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