Do you check the profile of someone who sent you a friend invite?

@kharen (1488)
Philippines
September 9, 2008 11:12pm CST
I usually rush in mylot. So I just approve and approve if there are mylotters who invites me as friend. But if I'm not into a rush, I view their profiles first. I haven't rejected anyone who invited me. I approved all of 'em. Anyways there are no real contacts between me and the mylotter who invited me to be part of his/her friend's list. LOL
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7 responses
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
10 Sep 08
I don't reject anyone's friend's request but still I see their profile to get more knowledge of them and I accept all as my friends. Thanks for raising such a good discussion........ Take care Happy Mylotting Ganesh
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@richiem (3645)
• Philippines
10 Sep 08
I usually DON'T check the profile of someone who has sent me a friend request. I don't think I have too. I don't think you would know someone by just looking at his profile. I think you may know him when he has interacted with you in discussions and responses. Have a nice day!
@riyasam (16567)
• India
10 Sep 08
i do not usually visit their profile in the beginning.but later on i do visit ,to know my friends better.
@sacmom (14250)
• United States
10 Sep 08
No, I do not usually check the profiles of those that request my friendship. Like you I just hit the approve button. If the need were to ever arise I could always delete them, but hopefully that won't ever happen.
@Sean_Jean (269)
• Canada
10 Sep 08
Yeah i do, just to get background information on them :) Nothing bad though
• Philippines
10 Sep 08
Oftimes, I approve immediately without checking their profiles, I usually do that when I already notice him/her respond to my discussion, lol. But there are instances though that I will check their profiles, but generally, I don't mind. Neither I havent rejected any one who invited me. Its great being in this community. Cheers !
@magojordan (3254)
• Philippines
10 Sep 08
Yes I do I check their profiles first before approving them into friends list. I agree with you that it wouldn't hurt if we approve friends because the more friends we have the more interesting discussions we could answer