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When I first started using the internet, I used to get a lot of men pushing me to use certain messengers.
The onus is on you to reject them, for it is not your wish to converse with such people. But truly, after seeing the same pattern of scammers for 5 years on the pay sites, I see them using Yahoo Messenger almost exclusively.I've had people who have tried to make me use skype instead of msn or facebook chat, but I prefer the other two.. To hear these responses makes me feel so much better cause I noticed many of the scammers use the incorrect grammar.as long as we can talk I don't get why someone would be insistent on a certain type of messenger.. I remember how they say "I will like to get to you know better".If you were really interested in someone would you insist on a form of communication that makes the person you are interested in uncomfortable?Why even waste all that time talking about how to get to know each other instead of actually getting to know each by simply responding to my initiation?It just allows us to discover more quickly if we want to meet.
If someone does not want to use messenger or phone or skype then I start to think that there is something screwy with them as to why they they are reluctant to communicate in real time.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
Now the only exception is if someone does not want to IM, but they actually want to meet right away and their one or two emails and their profile have been impressive.
If that's the case, then sure I'm flexible and will dispense with the IM and go right into a meetup because after all the POINT of all this is to actually MEET.
I got red flags when he said "I will like you to take the time to download yahoo messenger." And his profile did not seem the type to make that error. I figured out my own little diabolical means of dealing with nigerian-esque scammers.