So if a teacher pretends to be a student on Facebook, or a fan pretends to be a star athlete on Twitter, then the impersonator could potentially be guilty of a crime.
For online impersonation laws like California's to kick in, however, the perpetrator's intent must be to harm, intimidate, threaten, or defraud. Within a few days he was receiving e-mails from women who wanted to know more about him. I asked him to print out all of the e-mails sent and received between the two of them, so I could read the letters for content.
This dating site would charge about five ($5.00) in US currency for every e-mail sent and received. As you can well imagine this can get very costly in a very short period of time. He was sending four to eight e-mails per day trying to fix the misunderstanding between the two of them. why he did not give her his personal e-mail address or talk to her on messenger, he told me that she did not have a computer at this time and this was the only way she could communicate with him. Many times the girl you are writing to never sees or reads your e-mails.
Every time she sent an e-mail and he responded to her they would deduct a credit, which would cost of about $5.00 per credit from his account. Spending twenty to forty dollars a day in credits, this was going on seven days a week. They will call the girl to inform her that she has an admirer. She will go to the office to pick up your e-mail and picture when time permits, which has been translated into her dialect. was experiencing with his girlfriend was the girls working in the office would answer your e-mails as they come in.
For socially weird or anxious or shy people, trying to meet a stranger in public is a nightmare, and even for someone charming and outgoing, it’s a grueling task that requires a lot of luck.