Learn Who's "Lying" Next to You at DateSmart.com
On Valentines Day and always, heed the Red Flags in your romantic relationships. A background check provides crucial information in determining whether your date is in fact who they claim to be and can reveal ulterior motives as well. If you date... Investigate.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB via PR Web Direct ) February 3, 2005 -- A best friends well-intentioned advice may not always be the best when it comes to dating. Licensed California Private Investigator and DateSmart® founder, Carmen Naimish reminds dating singles to investigate their dates.
A young, beautiful single mother in Northern California believed she had found Mr. Right. She had met a charming and handsome man who appeared to have it all and claimed he wanted to share his life with her. Unlike many singles, they didn't meet on-line. The two were introduced by more traditional meansby the woman's best friend.
With the promises of Mr. Right in sight, neither the woman nor her best friend recognized the red flags prominent in Scott Peterson's behavior. Peterson lied--and many believed his lies. Scott Peterson's formal death sentence is scheduled, not for his lies, but for the double murder of the very family he claimed did not exist.
Most men and women desire to find the right mate, to be in love, and to live happily ever after. On-line dating offers a means to achieve these results and, indeed, many have found success using this method. However, people need to be aware that their desires can mask a clear perception, cloud judgment, and result in a less than desirable dating outcome.
"There are red flags that offer clues regarding suspicious behavior, and these red flags are the same whether you've met on-line or by traditional means," Naimish says. If Amber Frey had sought further information on the red flags apparent in her relationship with Scott Peterson, she would have learned early on that he was married and that he and his wife owned a home together in Modesto.
A few red flags to consider - if you answer
yes to any of these questions, you should seek more information
about your mate:
· Does it seem too good to be true?
· Is there something you can't quite put your finger on?
· Are they secretive or elusive regarding their past?
· Do they blame others for their problems?
· Have they asked you for money or use of credit cards?
In a January 27, 2005 Wall Street Journal article, Sue Shellenbarger writes "Latest Dating Headache - Many women are surprised to find their earning power has become a magnet for the opposite sex." In other words, if you're a good catch, you're an even bigger target for scam artists. Be careful.
The availability of on-line sources of information may appear to make the investigation process easier but typically does not provide all the answers. "Internet savvy clients sometimes try these methods then contact DateSmart® because they've not found the information they seek. DateSmart® provides personal service, an analysis of the findings and an explanation of what the information means to you," Naimish said.
Men are equally vulnerable to these dating issues. Single professionals, baby boomers and retired persons, all who have worked hard to own their homes or businesses may not have time to conduct their own thorough research. Many have contacted DateSmart® for these services. "Most tell me 'I'm so glad I did,'" says Naimish. Others say, "I only wish I had known about you sooner."
Since 1997, headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, DateSmart® and InCase® are Registered Marks, United States Patent and Trademark Office. For more information, visit www.DateSmart.com or call 1-888-84-CHECK.
DATESMART® Investigates Crimes of the Heart. Uncovers Theft by Deception and Cloaked Passion.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(Business Wire)- February 5, 2004. Roses and a candlelit dinner may come to mind on February 14th, or the St. Valentine's Day massacre.
According to Carmen Naimish, DateSmart® founder, "Today's radically escalating information and communications environment has brought concerns about personal security and identity protection."
"The need to know who and what you are dealing with before becoming too intimate is critical." Naimish, a California Licensed Private Investigator heads up DateSmart.com.
A professional organization with proprietary technology, resource access and client services, DateSmart" was chosen to profile by numerous publications, television and radio talk shows in 2003.
PEOPLE MAGAZINE dubbed Naimish "Lie Detector" in a cover story on real-life romantic con men, she urges "If you date, investigate". In THE ACTION HEROINE'S HANDBOOK, Naimish describes "How to investigate your spouse/lover".
FOX Network contacted DateSmart" after an investigation lead by Naimish revealed a lengthy criminal record for a dishonorable male subject. "Through investigation, my client learned the truth in time. Other unsuspecting women lost their savings to him." said Naimish.
DateSmart" clients are typically mature professionals, most between the ages of 35-75. Approximately 65% are female. Their suspicions prove to be correct 80% of the time. Men and women alike conduct investigations involving their current or past love interest.
Including a background in data communications and networking systems, Naimish began her investigative career in 1989. She is known for identifying the "Red Flags" at the DateSmart.com website in 1997.
Red Flags including, "does it seems too good to be true?" and, "claims they're in the CIA" are among the top. If any Red Flags sound familiar, it's time to learn more about your love. With confidentiality foremost, clients enjoy personal service and attention to their particular concerns.
"Although, on-line dating brings even new dangers to those seeking love, the signs of trouble are the same regardless of how you've met. Charm is a lure. Don't let it deceive you", said Naimish. Clients can share their experiences on the website at True Stories.
Owning a home or a business, having children, bring additional important considerations that require security and protection. Notwithstanding your emotional well-being and valuable time. Taking precautions brings peace of mind. Information is required to make decisions.
Not to be confused with imposters, DateSmart® conducts confidential background investigations. DateSmart® is a registered Mark, United States Patent and Trademark Office. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA. More information can be found at DateSmart.com or call 1-888-84-CHECK.
Conned or Convinced? -- Love in the New Millennium
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(BW)(DATESMART) FEATURE/ Lifestyle Editors
SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE FEATURES)--Jan. 29, 1998-- If you are concerned that the love of your life may not be telling you the truth or if that new relationship you're in seems just a little too good to be true, a new background verification service, DateSmart, can help to relieve your anxieties.
DateSmart is dedicated to personal relationships, and you can find this service on the Internet at http://datesmart.com. Once available only to the wealthy, background checks are now affordable, accepted and increasingly a necessity. If you date ... investigate. DateSmart, has been featured on the NBC affiliate station, WHDH-TV in Boston and in a KSBY-TV, Santa Barbara news story. DateSmart has a nationwide clientele.
People meeting each other in non-traditional ways, on the Internet, through dating services and personal ads can never be sure who they're meeting. Since 1995, DateSmart has been checking the backgrounds of friends and lovers for its clients, and 80 percent of the time a client's suspicions will prove to be correct. DateSmart's clients are typically between 30 and 50 years of age and are well educated.
An increased risk exists today in the dating world. Even with proper introductions, many have suffered embarrassment, the hardship of emotional pain and financial loss. DateSmart provides information on marital status, criminal history, real estate holdings and more. As dating in cyberspace continues to increase, requests for international searches has doubled.
DateSmart works personally and confidentially with its clients, explaining with compassion, what the information means, then providing information needed to make a decision. DateSmart's Web site lists some important "red flags" -- behavior to watch for -- such as blaming others or lying. Red flags should not be ignored.
The information you obtain from DateSmart will either support or challenge what you already believe to be true and may be vital, not only to your future, but your safety as well. Trust yourself, if you feel something is wrong, you're probably right. It's far better to find out early and perhaps be a little disappointed than pay later with your heart, your business or your life. Clients say, "I knew something was wrong, I just couldn't put my finger on it, I needed to know before it was too late."
If you don't have Internet access, call 888/84-CHECK or write for more information: DateSmart, P.O. Box 122, Santa Barbara, Calif., 93102.
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