Often, celebrities fall prey to these bullies for everything – from body-shaming to attacking them for their religion.

One study from Berkeley found that “81 percent of online daters reported inaccurate information about their weight, height, or age,” and that’s likely not even on accident!

For example, while someone might list “classical music” as an interest, they really only mean they like it in a vague, theoretical way.

“Fools, that’s my name given to me by my parents…AND YES I AM A KHAN…NOW WHAT? Some trollers have made a discovery about me.name is #Nakhat Khan.. So much love from Malaysia 😘😘😘❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ — Monisha Ilangovan (@kajalnisha98) December 4, 2017 Now people get to know their fav actor’s names #joseph Vijay #Nakhat Khan 😂😂😂all thanks to #sanghis BTW Nakhat Khan…beautiful name. #Vishal😍😍😍😍 — Humanity (@Humanit18553532) December 4, 2017 Online trolling, sadly, has become a disagreeable trend now.

Sounds better than the 3 khans we know😍😍😍 more power to you mam. Sitting behind the computer and mobile screens, these bullies target anyone by using anonymity as a shield.

Nearly 11% of American adults have tried it, and chances are you may end up on Match, OKCupid, or any one of the countless dating sites.

Some try to rig the dating-game from the very beginning.

The real million dollar question is: can you leverage all those numbers and data points to help yourself?

If you’re single, you may have already considered online dating.

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