Do not Write Your Personal Information in Profile

Do not add personal information on profile or photo
Creating a good biker dating profile is imperative, no matter what biker dating site or general dating site you happen to use. While it is important to provide enough detail to make it easier for the reader to understand who you are, and what you desire, it is also very important not to provide private information. Details such as your real name, your address, your phone number, your place of work should be kept out of your profile. Basically, you want to make sure that your potential companion only knows what you want them to know through the profile.

First, never, ever include such things as your real email, address, personal web site, home address, phone number, and place of work or any other identifying information on your profile. If you decide to communicate by email, it's best to use an anonymous email server, and to make sure that your signature line doesn't have any identifying information. In addition, some online motorcycle dating websites will have an internal messaging system that you can use to avoid providing your personal email address or phone number before you are ready to do so.

It's very important to remember that the whole idea of using an online dating site is something that should be done at your own pace. There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking your time to get to know someone through the sites internal messaging system. If you feel that things are going too fast, or that your emotions are getting the upper hand of your senses, don't be afraid to back away. It's much better to send a friendly note saying that you need some time than to get yourself into an uncomfortable and potentially dangerous situation. Remember to trust your instincts. If a situation seems too good to be true, chances are there is a reason for you to be worried.

It has been said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and in reality, nothing could be truer in an online dating community. If you don't want to be targeted by undesirable people, it's best not to present yourself as a target. You're on the site to look for companionship, friendship, and possibly more, not a potential stalker. Therefore, beyond keeping your personal information off the website, it's also important not to present yourself as a potential victim. This is where the idea of not sounding desperate discussed in the previous chapter comes into play. Many times online predators will search the internet for advertisements that seem to sound like someone who is vulnerable, inexperienced or too lonely. They search out these individuals because they feel that they are easy prey.