Did you know that people are the most vulnerable regarding their love life? And safety is a real concern for online daters. This week’s topic is how to be alert on these dating apps and how to avoid dangerous situations when you do go out on a date. We have control over the narrative and our safety, Today’s guest is the “Date Detective” Randy Gomez, lovingly known by his nickname Moose. Moose spent 30 years as a bail bondsman and 25 years as a private detective and now uses all the skills he’s acquired to help women stay safe online. Moose will share his strategies around safety, how to spot the red flags when texting, avoiding someone you feel could potentially harm you, and most importantly, devise the perfect exit strategy.
Randy, AKA “Moose” Gomez, the “Date Detective,” is a cowboy and a single dad from New Mexico. He’s also a trainer for world champion boxers, on the board of directors for the Police Athletic League Boxing Club, President of Moose Inc., and founder of the “US” charity. For most of his professional life, Moose worked as a bail bondsman, recovery agent and as a private investigator. During that period, he learned a lot about people, especially when he bailed someone out of jail. And that moment, during that car ride home, people often spilled their life stories. He learned so much about heartbreak, being emotionally vulnerable, and the consequences of making poor decisions.
During the pandemic, scammers and con artists have been on the rise. These "Tinder Swindler” types are on dating apps and many other apps such as Clubhouse. And it was on the social audio app Clubhouse when Moose saw the need for his advice around keeping all of us woman safe. And the service he was providing led to the creation of the brand, the “Date Detective” Today, Moose shares his story and his thoughts on safety.