Let's hear from her what it was like to start falling for a guy she met online.
Let's allow her to explain how their relationship became more and more serious — how they connected romantically and physically.
I just want you to be able to share your pain with other women – so we can all get a mutually cathartic laugh out of it. I will then ask you to vote for your favorite, starting on Monday, May 8.
When voting closes, the top 3 vote-getters will get…
“I could just kick myself,” she said, leafing through a stack of wire transfer receipts. Tim Gormon says Ortiz-Rodeghero’s story isn’t an isolated case, and warned online daters to be cautious of so-called “sweetheart scammers.” “It could be a male, a female, older, younger – you don’t know who you’re speaking to,” Gormon said.
For now, the woman who lost her husband, and then lost everything else, says she’s done looking for a relationship online.
I want you to tell me the funniest, weirdest, most over-the-top bad dating experience you’ve ever had.
This is an incredible story told by an incredible storyteller.“I was grieving, and I was lonely, and I wanted someone to share my life with,” she told ABC.“He was romancing me.” The object of her infatuation presented himself as a military man who had only given in to online dating after insistence from his pleading sister.I want you to tell me about the WORST date you’ve ever had.Not the one where he didn’t pay the full check or the one where he talked about himself for 90 minutes.
I want Rachel to be the one to tell you how her date first met her co-workers — how she was thinking he could be "the one." Then, I want you to pay attention to the shocking lie that changed everything.