I would say there are three types of men who would.
One is a loser with nothing else better to do, who has found him a woman and is desperately trying to commit you to the relationship before you figure out he’s a loser. But when he wants to move in together or start using the same checking account in the middle of all the sex and romance, don’t give him access to that part of your life.
Right, you have to see the whole picture and realize you’re dating a con man.
When you figure this out, the best thing is to talk to your bank and your credit card company immediately.
For instance, when he continually talks about this big deal or that big deal going down, but his credit card declines or he needs you to “pick up the check”, that’s a sign he’s a con man.Also, don’t take a history of lies lightly, as if it’s something every guy does.You have to ask yourself, “If he lied to me about this, what else has he been untruthful about? When you catch him in a lie, you’re going to have to go over the balance of your relationship and test every statement.One Lie Isn’t Enough If you catch him in a lie, you have to realize this isn’t the first lie he’s told you.
You’re not going to have the facts to catch him in every single lie, so don’t assume that the one lie you know about is the end of the lying.But a man who doesn’t want to talk about his past jobs, where he used to live, whether he was married or not, whether he has family still living, and that kind of normal background information probably has something to hide.