Online dating phone numbers
If they want to connect off an app, they have to get a person’s number, but then, how do they save that number?
A phone book can only store so many Jeremy’s and Tom’s before it becomes an absurdist critique of the rotating door that is dating in the 21st century.
I, too, thought cell numbers were safe until I gave my number to a guy and he texted me that he had looked me up and thought my house was cute. I don't want to have to deal with the drama and inconvenience of changing my number just because some guy decided to text-bomb me for 'leading him on' or to randomly text me photos of his junk.
Then I checked it out for myself on google, called my cell company, etc. I'm in a relationship now, so it's a moot point currently, but if my current guy and I broke up, I'd probably get a contact free/disposable phone to use for this purpose. how many guys would be upset or offended if, after 4-5 dates, a woman told you "oh, by the way, here's my actual/real phone number. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
It’s entirely possible that you might never know someone’s full name, unless you’ve mastered internet sleuthing — or at least reverse image searching.Could be even a month....simply depends on the guy, and what else is going on. I've never been too concerned about anyone looking up my address.I would have discussed all that before exchanging numbers anyway.^^^ the Google result will give you only a general area, not exact address with street name and house number.That was back in the days when people still had land lines and published their numbers in the phone book.A person cannot find out where you live by your cell phone alone, unless somewhere on the public internet you wrote "My name is [x] and my phone number is [x] and the address associated with both is [x]. Unless you're dating a guy who works at NSA or is a computer hacker.