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I don't see a point in emailing a person back and forth for weeks.What I usually do is, I exchange a few emails with the girl then, ask for their phone number.Only because you get into this rhythm of emailing each other back and forth for WEEKS sometimes - and finally when you get around to setting a time to talk on the phone, or just meet for coffee, you realize the online connection doesn't translate over to the physical world.This happened with 1 guy who I had a great connection over email, but when we met in person - there was no connection, no attraction, no chemistry, nothing. In my view, I think spending at least 1 week emailing to discuss the preliminaries is fine.You want to see what common interests you share, and then after you feel comfortable that this is someone you may want to learn more about - then you share your phone number.
I have had several contact me and they were overseas and needed me to send them cash which they would repay with their paycheck.. sure When I first started online dating, I did the "cautious emailing, then calling, then finally meeting" deal.
Yes, I met my husband that way and yes, we've been married over 10 years. Once, even a parking lot because the guy had met so many women who claimed to have only a few extra pounds, when in reality they lied big time both about their weight and their age.
Once he saw me, we did have coffee (or some beverage).. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
Then from those phone calls, I would set up a time to meet for coffee and see if that initial meeting yields promise. If not, you just cut it off and there is no harm, no foul.
Different people may advise otherwise but the above worked for me and I am married to a man I met from an online dating site..