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And while that's also true for dating sites, it's less likely to happen on something like Match.com, because not only does it take a lot more time and effort, but you also have to pay for it.

Source; Shutter Stock No matter what site you're using, putting your personal info on the Internet is never a good idea.

Don't let people know your address or phone number, don't tell people exactly where you go to school and don't give out the first and last names of all of your friends. And if some creepy dude knows where you live, where you go to school and where you hang out, you've basically given him a road map to come find you.

Source: Shutter Stock This is exactly where Google comes in handy. Source: Shutter Stock If you have a weird feeling that the person you met is lying about something or being kind of creepy, trust that feeling. It's easy to let a guy sweet talk you, especially when he seems like he's generally an okay dude.

I know that a lot of teen girls are going to meet people online no matter how often they’re told that it’s dangerous.

But in order to safely meet up with someone you met on the Internet, there are a few things you should always do or keep in mind.

It's super easy to sign onto Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or any other social media site and find people who you feel like you can connect to - but I wouldn't advise using any of those sites as safe places to meet people.

Anyone can make a social media profile and act like they're someone else.

Once you meet someone online who seems cool, try to find out as much info about them as possible. It's especially easy to let that happen on the Internet when you're not face-to-face and can't read any body language.