Safe Online Dating–Who Are They Really?

Safe Online Dating–Who Are They Really?

Imagine This: Awakened by morning sunlight streaming through your window—your first thought today was a single, stunning realization. No, it wasn’t a nightmare. The man in bed next to you is not the man you married. He is a complete stranger with a fabricated persona.

Deborah Nelson of Colorado Springs, CO, knows first-hand the shock of this terrifying scenario and is helping prevent it from happening to others. In her true story, “Oops, I married a Con Artist,” Nelson proves that now, more than ever, singles need to practice safe online dating by knowing the identity of the people they are dating. And Nelson has invented a proactive, non-invasive dating ID that does just this.

Through its website, The Dating Passpor, her company provides a voluntary Dating ID system to protect singles from virtual strangers who are scammers, cons, and criminals hiding behind fraudulent dating profiles. The Dating Passport Dating ID provides a convenient, continuous, non-invasive alternative to the traditional background check. The Dating Passport’s mission is to provide The Standard for Truth in Dating, and to that end has, a private secure chat feature for its identified members to communicate online.

For an annual fee of about the cost of a special date, The Dating Passport certifies its members identities through a secure voluntary online application. When Dating Passport members want to verify each other’s identities, they agree to exchange Dating Passport Numbers. Marital status, and other “datability factors” are verified, which are critical to know at the beginning of a relationship. The Dating Passport also includes a photo verification option to guard members against being drawn in by fake dating profile photos.

“If you involved with a Dating Passport Member, you know who they are,” said Nelson. “In this era of easy anonymity, The Dating Passport provides an exclusive truth in dating community. Dating ID circumvents background checks, controls your privacy, and is the most sensible safe online dating tool available.”

The Dating Passport Dating ID (patent applied for) is issued from the Web site, http://www.thedatingpassport.net. A free copy of Nelson’s story, “Oops, I Married a Con Artist,” can also be obtained on the site.

Deborah Nelson is an author/entrepreneur, and is writing a book entitled “Oops, I Married a Con Artist —and Self Development for Dating in the 21st Century.” She may be contacted for speaking engagements through agent, Gwen Ellis, mgewrites@verizon.net or directly at (719) 471 6503 x 4. The Dating Passport Dating ID (patent applied for) is issued from The Dating Passport Website, http://www.thedatingpassport.net. A free copy of Nelson’s story, “Oops, I Married a Con Artist,” can also be obtained on the site.