Sure, the photos look like Miles and Justin are super-tight friends, but that doesn’t mean they’re dating.
And a platonic relationship is just as important a relationship as a romantic one. Suddenly, Cupid shoots his arrow, and it hits the person in the next office. If things do work out, one of you may have to go, because it's against company policy to date fellow employees. Let's say you become involved with someone in your department, and you receive a promotion. Better start popping extra vitamins and heighten your sense of discretion.Alternatively they may prey on your sympathies, telling you a family member or someone else they are responsible for is ill and they need money for medical treatment.Once you send them money, the fraudsters will keep coming back and invent new reasons to send them more.They may have arranged to visit you, but need money to pay for the flight or visa.
They may tell you everything has been booked but their ticket has been stolen, and you need to send money quickly to get them on the next flight.It's Not Just About You You may think this is a private affair, but is it really?Logic tells you your romantic involvement will impact your coworkers directly.The consequences are that we may end up making the wrong choice. Someone you meet in a bar could be lying about their status just as easily as someone you meet online.Our decisions are also affected by the way in which choices are presented to us, and in online dating choices are certainly presented differently to how they would be presented in real life. We only get a part impression In face to face interactions we form impressions of others based on their general demeanour and other more subtle behavioural characteristics. This article would be true if it were written in 2010. Perhaps online dating doesn't work for some because they don't know how to do it, their boundaries aren't healthy, or they don't now what they want.Fraudsters may also use the conversations you have to find out enough personal information about you to commit identity fraud.