The websites you are directed to may be official looking and some even contain stolen logos from government authorities and official brokers.
In other cases, they are poorly put together (note the terrible use of grammar!
This serves as a proof that you are safe, legit and free from harm.
, they will provide you my full details including my hotel address and contact number as long as you pass their check it takes like 2 minutes. If you have nothing to hide then MESSAGE me back then i’ll give you the instruction on how to get Verification ID okay babe ..😘😘😘” WARNING: You are being scammed!
—is approximately where I get off the train, because it’s so alien to my actual lived experience.
But I suspect the thought that being a nerdy male might not make me “privileged”—that it might even have put me into one of society’s least privileged classes—is completely alien to your way of seeing things.
The psychiatrist refused to prescribe them, but he also couldn’t suggest any alternative: my case genuinely stumped him.
Is your online date asking you for a dating pass ID / hookup clearance / security clearance or criminal background check prior to engaging in conversation with you or taking things further?
Has your online date encouraged you to obtain one of these passes by directing you to a specific website offering these?
EDIT: This is the most controversial post I have ever written in ten years of blogging.
I wrote it because I was very angry at a specific incident.