Millionaire daters often regard honesty as the only real currency. In a money driven world, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t consider lying (to various extremes) to get ahead. That is, until you became a member of a millionaire personals site.
On this site, pretty much everyones got dough- or its weight in looks. The real commodity seems to be integrity. The first to fail the honesty test are internet scammers, with their fake profiles and their insidious emails, they’re about as trustworthy as a snake. Then you have your everyday “little white lies”, and yes, everyone does tell them! But what happens when a little white lie turns into a big red flag? What if a little harmless “smudging of facts” turns into an all out battle for the little credibility you have left?
Well, the first thing I can say is that online relationships are hypersensitive to dishonesty. Think about it, when you tell a lie online, it means that you’ve WRITTEN a lie online! And for some reason, written lies like to linger around a bit longer than verbal ones, sometimes for good. So the first thing I recommend you do is to find out just how long your online trail of duplicity has gone, and stop any further bleeding. This means the short, and most likely painful truth will have to be dolled out everywhere your lie has spread all, across the web.
The clean-up stage can be intense, but trust me, after it’s done you’ll feel miles better. Remember, the only thing worth more than gold on a site full of millionaires, is your word.