Online dating site for teens
When the victim became distracted at the home, the teens would then steal his car keys and take off in his vehicle.
The two teens are believed to be behind at least four known car thefts since early April.
Here are some of the steps you and your teen can take to make sure the person they’re engaging with is legit and not a fake profile, catfish or possibly an online predator.
A 16-year-old has been charged with two counts of felony larceny of a motor vehicle, felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and two counts of felony conspiracy.
If they’re exposed to an imposter in a catfishing scam, they may get their heart broken because they’ve fallen head over heels for someone who’s not real or the person they thought they were.
According to there are 83 Million Fake Facebook Accounts!
Most of us probably had never heard of this term until Manti Te’o’s experience was splashed all over the news.
That’s why it’s so important when teens are using social networking sites for teens to know everyone on their friend list in real life and delete them if they don’t (Not friends of friends).
After Manti Te’o’s catfishing experience he said, “I hope that others will be far more guarded when they engage with people online than I was.” We should all take a lesson from his experience.
If your child is under 18, you should be monitoring their online activity and be alert for online predators and fake profiles.
Parents should know and see who their teen is Skyping with or video chatting with. The more parents and teens know the safer our kids will be.
The most important goal is to make sure your child’s online relationship is safe, not phony and not one that may put your teen in harm’s way.