Thank you for this, here is a bit more, not sure if these are game changers or not. Provided you did not solicit for any information directly, it is not actionable.Even if she would want to file against you, or press charges, I see little chance that any prosecutor would take it, or any judge would grant a claim.
If you did not obtain any benefit from the deception, there is no direct injury here.
What are examples of solicited information that would make that against the law, please.
what can happen for making a fake profile on an internet dating site and then talking to a woman, and texting her based on that fake profile?
The picture on the profile were of a model in another country. Creating a 'fake' profile by itself is not against the law.
What are examples of solicited information that would make that against the law, please. Do you feel that her friend could do a 'trace' on me by DOJ and find out who I really am, etc?