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When I arrived, she was munching a Twix chocolate bar and had clearly gained three stone since posing for the picture. I can’t explain the anger I felt — it was like I’d been robbed.

I’ve met everyone from a doctor who was far too busy for a relationship to a single mother who brought her seven- and nine-year-old children on our date and expected me to buy them all lunch. It had been very inconvenient for her to have to keep visiting him, she said. Let me tell you about a few of the dates I’ve had since going online — the first needed three seats to sit on (she’d only sent me a head-and-shoulders photo), the second time I swear the woman’s mother turned up instead of her (it might not even have been her mum — she was unrecognisable from the picture).Forty-eight was the most common age found across the profiles.He is described as widowed, works in engineering, is average height - 5ft 10in - and again has no political leanings.You get the impression that some women think men like me are so desperate that they don’t have to take any care over their appearance when you meet.I once flew out to Spain to meet a woman living there who’d sent me photos of herself by the pool in a swimsuit.Looks-wise, I’m no David Beckham but, to me, a sense of humour and having fun is more important that the aesthetics — but that doesn’t seem to be so for the opposite sex.

I’ve had about 20 dates with women over the past year and only three or four went well.

His body type is described as average, and photos used are often taken from a distance, and simply wearing a button down shirt.

'They are catfishing [stealing] existing photos from social media, so they pick pictures they know will resonate with their target audience,' a spokesperson for Scamalytics told FEMAIL.'The women's photos tend to be rather booby, pouty selfies whereas the men's are often taken by someone else (as they are photos of men in their late forties, who are unlikely to take selfies).' Read on for our top tips to avoid being scammed on dating sites.- Stay chatting to people using the online dating site's messenger function.

However, it seems that singletons have another dating tactic to worry about known as breadcrumbing.

As the term suggests the process of breadcrumbing entails a person leaving a trail of small but flirtatious messages for a potential date.

I decided to try online dating when a female friend suggested it.