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Valentine's Day time is a joyous time for many daters. But reminders abound at this time of year about the darker side of dating.

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Good advice to follow from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine: "Research someone you meet online; don't rely only on what that person tells you. Perform Internet searches and consider getting a background check."

Here's a roundup of stories that spotlight dangers and key safety issues.

Online dating is big and getting bigger. But a new study says 65 percent of couples still meet offline.

Match.com has proclaimed this Sunday as the biggest online dating day of the year, with the most online dating action of 2016 expected from now until Valentine's Day.

This story from Sarah Polus of the Washington Post offers some expert advice on how singles can navigate the busy season for dating success.

Online dating disasters know no geographical boundaries, as this fun piece illustrates.

No need for concern about criminal convictions, bad debts or other revelations from public records when these cues from men in the United Kingdom will sound the alarms.

Special dating for Disney lovers has arrived with the advent of MouseMingle.com.

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.

Where does your name rank among the hottest "swipe right" choices?

The Grade, a professed "female friendly dating" app, generates some fun rankings based on its analysis of swipes to the right. The top-ranking female names on The Grade's list are Brianna, Erika and Lexi. For guys: Brett, Tyler and Corey.

And the list goes on, along with insights on popular nicknames. Is your name on the A-list?

 

Useful tips here from the Better Business Bureau on spotting fake profiles and dating danger signs on Tinder.

Waiting too late in life to get married increases the chances of divorce once the knot is tied.

A new study by University of Utah sociologist Nicholas Wolfinger indicates that the odds of divorce for people past the age of 32 or so increase by 5 percent a year at the age of marriage.

Even with more than 3,000 online dating web sites around, seems like there's always room for new approaches.

The Western Daily Press from England reports that new website Chvalry Not Dead bans women from making the first move in the dating game. Says the story:

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