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This app uses geo-based technology that shows you the people you cross paths with on the street. I was concerned about his safety that I even Googled his name with the word “car accident.” Then, I went on to Facebook to see if I could find his profile.
Kind of like a missed connection sort of deal, the app gives you a second chance to catch the love of your life from just passing you by. I thought it was peculiar to be communicating with someone daily (we had actually exchanged over 200 messages back and forth each day since we started chatting) and have the person go radio silent. He has a generic name so at first, nothing showed up.
You can conduct an image search, where you upload the person’s photo, and the magical Google will search the interwebs to find a photo match. Such stories are so magical, warm and fuzzy, that they stick out and stay in the top of our minds, coloring our reality with rose petals and fairy dust.
In the beginning of our dating, I Googled him, but everything checked out okay.
Then, when he asked to borrow thousands of dollars from me, I Googled him again but this time with the word “fraud” in the search. A web page came up with a public warning that the man was a con-artist and had defrauded many people for money.
You can follow him on @drlawson Andy Jones Andy has road tested all manner of sex and dating launches — anything from executive matchmaking, speed dating in the dark and road testing male sex toys.
He was made UK Dating Awards Dating Journalist of the Year in 2014.