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A: We know it seems rude, but in the world of online dating, the silent treatment is a common practice.
“It feels cleaner for many people,” points out Michael Lasky, author of click on a button to send a polite “thanks, but no thanks” reply. ” Let your date take the lead on providing details and you’ll avoid invading his or her privacy before the time is right.
But if that person contacts you for date #2, it’s pretty rude to pretend he or she never existed. Just say ‘No thanks; I don’t think we’re a match.’ That is all that’s required.” To further soften the blow, say “But thank you for our time together”—after all, it’s not your date’s fault you two didn’t click.
There’s no need to take your profile down, however, until you want to see this person exclusively.
“I believe that a person knows the ‘right’ time to take his or her profile down.
A: “By leaving it up, you’re sending a message,” warns Lasky.
And it’s one that online daters often don’t like to hear: that the person they’re dating is still open to meeting new love interests.
If that option doesn't interest you, consider weighing how much effort went into the email you received: If the writer just sent one line, no need to respond. If you are on the receiving end of too much nosiness, you can always just say “I make a policy of not telling people that until I get to know them better”—that way the person won’t take it personally.