(Click here to watch "The In-Person Phishing Con" video) We strongly encourage you to be cautious when sharing personal information that could reveal your identity.Never include your last name, email address, home address, telephone number, place of work or any other identifying information in your Internet profile or initial email messages.It can happen at any age, regardless of sex, race, religion or ethnicity.
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If you’re out on a date and you feel uncomfortable, leave.
Also, be aware of these common red flags when you’re getting to know someone new.
But before you share phone numbers, make sure you have discussed the need to respect each other's privacy.
If either of you decide to end communication in the future, agree not to use the phone number as a means to pursue an unwanted relationship.