Rejection on online dating sites
When someone just won’t quit bothering you and all else fails, you have to dispense with being polite.
Just as dogs get only one bite (actually, they don’t get any free bites), your discouraged suitor gets only one “apology” from you. The following line is pretty darn effective but only use it as a last resort:“You need to know that if you attempt to contact me again, I’ll report your activities as an abuse to the dating site.
Spotting these people is tough because they seem so genuine and enthusiastic. They express assumptions about the depth of your relationship with them long before it’s appropriate.
Most often, people don’t let go because they’ve developed fantasies from your photo and essay.
On some sites, the person also knows that you deleted it.
Say that you’re in the middle of an Instant Messaging (IM) exchange, and you realize that the prospect just isn’t a match. And for the record, the inappropriate actions are Regarding those first two actions, your prospect would probably think you had computer problems and keep trying to reach you, which isn’t what you want. And regarding the porno action, sending pornographic material can be construed as harassment and get you into a heap of legal trouble.
When you start exchanging messages, the fantasies grow.
If you’re still anonymous, the situation probably isn’t dangerous, but you may still feel uncomfortable.