Is your date plunking down campaign contributions to candidates for president or Congress?
Not everyone is who they appear to be on Facebook, Twitter or with online dating profiles — and especially with profile pictures.
Help expose fakers, posers and scammers by using Google reverse images.
UK dating expert James Preece offers a Christmas present of 10 dating tips for X-mas-obsessed singles.
Among them: invite other single friends to a festive feast, accept every holiday party invite, and make a date with charity.
Check out Preece's complete list.
Interesting stats here from The Washington Post on a most weighty matter.
Nice wide-ranging overview here on avoiding mine fields of online dating from Devon Goodsell of CBC News in Canada.
If you aren't using this quick national sex offender search to check out your dates, why not start now?
Fun "attack of the uglies" headline from the U.K. but a not-so-pretty situation for the BeautifulPeople.com dating site.
A new technology to stymie sweetheart scammers is wading into the dating game.
Erica Vella of Global news reports on a new free app, PhotoVerified.com, that seeks to help scuttle sweetheart scammers by verifying photos.
If you aren't following InspectaDate on Twitter or Facebook, this romance scam news from the past week might have escaped you:
Online dating scam costs North Carolina widow big $$$, ABC11 Eyewitness News, by Diane Wilson
Sweatheart scam-related news from the United States and elsewhere last week, some of which was posted by InspectaDate on Twitter and Facebook: