Here's what I recommend: Always assume the girl is of type 1.
Doing so will make you seem judgmental and negative.
Say what you are looking for…and then, later, you can politely turn down (or not respond to) people who don’t fit these criteria.
Caller Smart has an immense database of phone numbers and crowd-sourced information which lets you check your potential date’s number to see if anyone has commented on them.
Many comments are positive, while others let you know if the person is a cheater, creep, or scammer.
I'd say it's about 10 (5 sent from each). Sure, they'll want to chat back and forth a couple of times to see that you don't say anything vulgar or threatening, and it helps if you come across as funny, intelligent and put-together, but for the most part, you should expect that they want to go on a date with you right from the beginning.
Here's why: The odds of her saying yes don't go up much after the first 15 messages. The fact is, women on dating apps are one of two types: Women who you match with who are of type 1 are waiting for you to ask them out. Now, you'll also match with women who are of type 2.You meet people from the "outside in", and if you have the opportunity to connect, you may get to know more about them.In the virtual world, you meet people from the "inside out." Communications are in the form of email and instant messaging, and you may choose to exchange phone numbers, at which time you're able to assimilate a voice with the words you've exchanged.However, online dating’s major draw is also its biggest flaw: you have no idea who the person you’re talking to really is.Romance scams are among the most common form of internet fraud, accounting for over million dollars lost by Americans in 2014.It’s not only internet fraud that you need to think about, there is also the chance of physical harm. Caller Smart is all about protecting you from unknown or unwanted phone calls and texts.