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Have you considered a pre-date background check before the date?

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      Anonymous wrote Aug 26, 2008
    • I did that once. I was in grad school and was working for a partner of a big firm. As a grad student, I had access to some powerful research tools. The internet was fairly new and I thought he’d be impressed by my skill. But when I mentioned some obscure lawsuit he was involved in a few years earlier, he recoiled and ran. I think he just thought I was just some silly girl. (Just as well, I ended up marrying a wonderful guy!)

      If you‘re feeling like you should, by all means, do it. There are ALOT of creeps out there. But, my advice is, whatever you do, don’t reveal that you have done this. If the info turns out unfavorable, you can beg off for any old reason. If it is favorable or inconsequential, then no harm, no foul.




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      Goddess47 wrote Apr 22, 2009
    • I generally trust people, but after a few times of being deceived, I do as much of a background check s possible. I usually jump on the court site of my county, and I can see most of what the guy has done in the way of tickets, judgements, and general info. on times he was in court. One guy I checked out had about 20 entries under his name. Can you say “RED FLAG“??????




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