SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Online Dating- How to Spot if He's a Fake Despite many success stories, the Internet is littered with casualties of online dating. Unsuspecting single women may be targeted via bogus profiles on social networking sites, and many have fallen victim to dating scams. Fake profiles aren't always easy to spot, but the following tips may help: ADVERTISEMENT Dubious photo Check out the photo – does it have a white/plain background? Is he extremely good looking? Do you feel like you've seen him somewhere before? Fake profiles often display professional pictures of actors or models, and some photos are even stolen from other online media and model sites. ADVERTISEMENT If the photo looks too good to be true, then it probably is. If you're worried, ask him to take a picture of himself holding a paper with the words ConnectingSingles
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SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Does Your Boyfriend Have Something To Hide? 4 Social Networking Warning Signs Social networking is something that most people are into because it's a great way to keep in touch with everyone. When you're a couple who are into the social networking scene, there are a few warning signs to be on the lookout for. Here are 4 of those warning signs. ADVERTISEMENT 1. He won't list you as his girlfriend Not only won't he list you as his girlfriend, but he refuses to set his status to "in a relationship." This is cause for worry. While some people don't like to make every detail of their life public, this is one that doesn't exactly invade privacy. ADVERTISEMENT It lets people know that you're taken and not single. You have to wonder why he doesn't want people to know that he's in a relationship.
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SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Four Suspects Arrested Over Murder Of Lawmaker, Retired DPO The suspects have confessed to killing a Bauchi lawmaker, Musa Mante and a retired Divisional Police Officer. ADVERTISEMENT Four suspects have been arrested over the murder of a Bauchi State lawmaker, Musa Mante and a retired Divisional Police Officer. The suspects were nabbed by operatives of the Intelligence Response Team of the Inspector General of Police. ADVERTISEMENT In a statement, the IRT said the kidnappers confessed to have killed the retired police DPO, identified as a Chief Superintendent of Police Garkuwa for making life tough and miserable for them by always searching for them while he was in acting service. ADVERTISEMENT Also confessing, the suspects said they murdered a serving lawmaker, of the Bauchi State House of Assembly and kidnapped his wives and childr