"We Snapchat, we tag all of our social media posts with locations and it creates a false sense that it is a safe thing to do and it is not.
I wouldn't share so much that an online predator could manipulate you, use something to prey on your vulnerabilities and then lure you in." For single parents, Ordolis recommends keeping children out of the equation, pointing to a recent Prince Edward Island court case.
Friends said Lyne met Charlton a few months earlier through an as-yet-unnamed online dating site.
Charlton reportedly has a lengthy rap sheet, including misdemeanor assaults — but it’s unlikely his dating profile mentioned that detail.
"It is no different than meeting someone anywhere else," Jamey Ordolis told Ordolis says sometimes it's easier for someone to be dishonest when not meeting in person.
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