Murders due to online dating

Online dating is a multi-billion dollar industry with over 40 million users and growing every day.

It inspires people meet their spouses and make new connections in a world where people just don’t have time to date the traditional way.

That's why Bravo's newest scripted series, "Dirty John," which is based on these true events and premieres Sunday, November 25 (and fans can get a first look at the seductive scripted anthology series “Dirty John” when the pre-linear premiere debuts on You Tube, Bravo TV.com, VOD and the Bravo App), is the perfect show to watch before swiping through Tinder.

But if the show has you wary of encountering murderers and stalkers on dating apps, just consider all these other more common online dating "crimes" you're likely to come across.

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Being rude, dismissive, or condescending to people who are literally serving them just indicates poor character — which could mean much worse behavior than rolling their eyes at the waiter (like rolling the waiter's eyes into a pie) is on the way.

Acting Condescending It's natural to want to impress someone on a first date.

BUT, it’s suspected that these numbers are much less than actual as many people are too embarrassed to come forward. Each year internet predators commit more than 16,000 abductions, 100 murders and thousands of rapes, according to Internet Predator 13. 33% of women who have sex on the first online dating encounter, of these, 4 out of 5 women did not use protection. An alarming 51% of online daters are already in a relationship of some kind.

Is that because they don't want to risk their facial tics giving away their murderous intentions or because they just don't have good manners? Whether they immediately forget details you just shared (if they start calling you by the wrong name repeatedly, run), or just totally dominate the conversation, it's a bad sign — they clearly aren't good at communication, which is essential in a relationship.

Someone who just drones on and on about their own life without asking you any questions clearly isn't interested in learning much about you, just having a captive audience to brag to about their accomplishments.

Being Cheap"Order anything you want off the menu," they'll grandly intone. The dessert menu."Look, no one should be expected to pay on the first date, and no one should be shamed for sticking within their budget. But it is absolutely an uncomfortable experience to have someone ask the waiter for the cheapest wine on the list, beg you to split an appetizer and glare at you when you suggest you maybe just want to have an entree to yourself, or worst of all, refuse to tip.

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BUT, it’s suspected that these numbers are much less than actual as many people are too embarrassed to come forward. Each year internet predators commit more than 16,000 abductions, 100 murders and thousands of rapes, according to Internet Predator 13. 33% of women who have sex on the first online dating encounter, of these, 4 out of 5 women did not use protection. An alarming 51% of online daters are already in a relationship of some kind.

Is that because they don't want to risk their facial tics giving away their murderous intentions or because they just don't have good manners? Whether they immediately forget details you just shared (if they start calling you by the wrong name repeatedly, run), or just totally dominate the conversation, it's a bad sign — they clearly aren't good at communication, which is essential in a relationship.

Someone who just drones on and on about their own life without asking you any questions clearly isn't interested in learning much about you, just having a captive audience to brag to about their accomplishments.

Being Cheap"Order anything you want off the menu," they'll grandly intone. The dessert menu."Look, no one should be expected to pay on the first date, and no one should be shamed for sticking within their budget. But it is absolutely an uncomfortable experience to have someone ask the waiter for the cheapest wine on the list, beg you to split an appetizer and glare at you when you suggest you maybe just want to have an entree to yourself, or worst of all, refuse to tip.

Anyone who thinks service workers deserve $0 for pouring them wine and politely ignoring their awkwardly rehearsed first date banter should be on an FBI watch list.

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BUT, it’s suspected that these numbers are much less than actual as many people are too embarrassed to come forward. Each year internet predators commit more than 16,000 abductions, 100 murders and thousands of rapes, according to Internet Predator 13. 33% of women who have sex on the first online dating encounter, of these, 4 out of 5 women did not use protection. An alarming 51% of online daters are already in a relationship of some kind.Is that because they don't want to risk their facial tics giving away their murderous intentions or because they just don't have good manners? Whether they immediately forget details you just shared (if they start calling you by the wrong name repeatedly, run), or just totally dominate the conversation, it's a bad sign — they clearly aren't good at communication, which is essential in a relationship.Someone who just drones on and on about their own life without asking you any questions clearly isn't interested in learning much about you, just having a captive audience to brag to about their accomplishments.Being Cheap"Order anything you want off the menu," they'll grandly intone. The dessert menu."Look, no one should be expected to pay on the first date, and no one should be shamed for sticking within their budget. But it is absolutely an uncomfortable experience to have someone ask the waiter for the cheapest wine on the list, beg you to split an appetizer and glare at you when you suggest you maybe just want to have an entree to yourself, or worst of all, refuse to tip.Anyone who thinks service workers deserve $0 for pouring them wine and politely ignoring their awkwardly rehearsed first date banter should be on an FBI watch list.

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