Joan Romano thought she ended up being assisting a handsome soldier in need.
They are found by us: Mr. Right Works Out Wrong
June 22, 2011 Match.com, among the nation’s most widely used dating internet sites, takes credit for “more relationships and much more marriages than any other website.” Not every connection made on Match.com has a fairytale ending — and Joan Romano discovered that out the way that is hard.
Romano, 53, from Lynbrook, N.Y., a busy and divorced woman that is single stated that she did not have enough time to head out and fulfill people. In the advice of buddies, she joined up with Match.com. She quickly found by herself chatting on the web with a man called “Austin Miller.” Miller identified himself as a decorated soldier based in Kabul, Afghanistan. Whenever Miller delivered her a photo of himself in uniform, Romano had been impressed.
She thought, “Wow, we strike the jackpot. (he had been) a guy that is nice-looking” Romano stated. “I’m like, this will be too good to be real.”
As Romano and Miller stayed in contact, Romano discovered by herself dropping “deeper and deeper” to the relationship that is online. Whenever Miller asked for a new laptop computer, she ended up being wanting to assist a soldier in need of assistance.