nothing remotely wrong
There is to those ripped off, used or molested. From what I have observed typically many provide false data, younger age, better education, better job, younger photo as a come-on. Not infrequently after a meet-up has occurred and the relationship has developed the conning side experiences a contrived tragedy (mother's death, child needing emergency treatment, mafia threats over unpaid gambling debts, etc.). The smooth-talking side may succeed in having property signed over to them or a will changed in their favour.
Such problems also occurred in the day of non-digital matrimonial agencies but the e-gadgetarian era provicdes far greater opportunities for con artists and exploiters.
The bottom line is that anyone choosing such a non-covnentional road in search of marital bliss should proceed with great caution.
posting under your real name
Since there's nothign stopping one from posting under your real name and you made such a statement, we're all waiting with bated breath to see your true particulars. For instance:
Harold Muckmiser, Al. Jana Pawła II 32 m. 5, cell 601 822 903....
or something along those lines.