So the next time you go on a seriously awful date you'll know that you're not alone.
Not only catfished, but this story gathers legs and runs off into a truly bizarre direction.And, in Newell's case, not knowing the precise amount is a recipe for disaster. Do these three things Work from home in fields that never before had remote jobs Most people probably don't have to worry about this, but spending $84,000 because you've fallen in love with a beach house while strolling through a beautiful resort island is ill advised.Newell offers a year's rent up front in exchange for a discount on the monthly rent.Proceed with caution, says the real estate website Zillow. What if there's a flood and you have to move out?Even if the year goes without a hitch, why tie up that money when it could be invested in something with a bigger return? She calls him creepy, a bad dresser and a gold digger.Well, SELF asked to hear your dating app horror stories, and you guys answered.
Below are some upsetting, embarrassing, and generally terrible online dating tales SELF readers experienced IRL.
From the minute he appears at her door, the red flags start cropping up.
Most of the show's buzz is about how Newell could fall for a serial romantic predator, but the series also reveals some serious money miscues. But too much flash can attract the wrong people, which Newell found out the hard way.
Meehan spots Veronica choosing a handbag and asks, "What's in the safe, kiddo? Meehan asks Newell, who poses as an anesthesiologist, to deposit around $10,000 cash in her account, because so many of his patients are uninsured and they pay in cash.
He can't deposit the money, which he claims he's reported to the IRS, in his own account, because of his ex-wife.
When Newell points out that Veronica criticized previous boyfriends, Veronica says, "It's possible there's more than one creep on the planet."In other words, your friends and family can sometimes see things you cannot.