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Nashawaty confronted him, Snapchatting a picture of the news article on her laptop.
When she asked for an explanation, she told me he said, “I need to YOLO.” Every dating service provides a disclaimer that users should be vigilant when meeting up with people they meet online.
“I saw a news alert that said ‘Brookline bank robber arrested,” she says. ’” In addition to this new piece of information, the man was not only out on bail, but he was also engaged to be married before the arrest.
Nashawaty had enough of the stress involving online dating.
Julie Nashawaty, founder and CEO of Aste, had previously been working as the director of operations at Boston A. Finally, she found herself jiving with this guy she met on Ok Cupid who she told me was “super normal and wanted ‘no drama.'” He was the perfect age, a 92 percent match and a tech recruiter in the city. That’s when Nashawaty thought she should check out his background.
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“I remember thinking ‘I should do my due diligence on this one,’” she remembers, after spending a weekend chatting with this potential significant other.
“I don’t know why, I felt something was off.” In a bizarre turn of events, the man turned out to be a wanted criminal.
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It offers a full-service team of investigators who will search the depths of the internet for you to verify who you’re dating isn’t secretly someone else. She was trying her luck on a whole mess of dating sites and apps, becoming frustrated by the number of guys who’d spew petty lies.