If you are considering using photos in your profile, will you need to be honest in the description of your dating profile? It seems that you can write as much as you want and be allowed to describe yourself however you choose. However, are there any disclaimers about the fact that you might be describing yourself inaccurately?
You see, your profile is not a picture that someone else took of you and posted online. When you are uploading the photos, you are posting them on your profile. By choosing pictures that are not accurate to your personality, you might end up misleading other people.
Why would anyone do that? Are you trying to deceive others into thinking that you are someone else entirely? That may seem silly, but it is a good question.
Many people are going to see your photos in your profile. You should make sure that they are appropriate for the context that they are posted in. For example, if you are dating a girl, then she might use your photos as a profile of herself to date other guys.
Now, imagine if you were dating a guy and he did the same thing. There would probably be some legal issues arising if this happened. Why is this important? Well, because you could find yourself sued by a person who was deceived.
How would this happen? Well, consider that someone might send you a letter or email or call you with a series of questions that are based on the information contained in your profile. These might include questions such as, “Did you pay for the photos?”
“Are you looking for dates possible?” and “What kind of relationship do you hope to have with this person?” If you gave your true opinions and included truthful information, then you could be in trouble for misrepresentation.
We all make mistakes people. But what if you didn’t?
Now, think about how many times you’ve been called up by a girl or guy who didn’t quite understand your intentions and ended up talking over you, talking over her or talking so loud that it drowned out your message. You ended up just saying, “No” without explaining why. This could get you into serious trouble with her.
This happens when you are trying to persuade her to go out with you might say something that she doesn’t really understand. You might have the intention of offering something and instead you try to force her into doing something. You might be an incredible person who has nothing but great qualities, but it does no good if you are doing anything to that woman’s advantage.
If you are taking pictures of yourself, you should still ensure that they are accurate and that you describe yourself accurately in the description of your dating profile. You might even be using Photoshop to correct the pictures if you are doing this. But there is still a big possibility that the picture you upload may not really represent you.
What happens if you end up looking in the mirror and realize that you look terrible because you just left your makeup behind? What happens if you see a picture of someone that is more beautiful than you, but have the wrong haircut? You are certainly risking legal troubles if you don’t reveal everything correctly.