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Since I wrote my article on scammers and online dating, many of you have sent me images being used in the profiles on the dating sites. I sure wish I had saved the images of the “widowed with a small child” guy that was used when I first discovered this scam going on.
If you have any images you would like added to this gallery to help alert others, please submit them to: scammerphotos [email protected]_(without the spaces) If you happen to be one of the people in this gallery, let us know.
The simplest way of spotting a fake profile is when there is a picture of a celebrity or a known personality.
It’s also obvious when the age and appearance of the person in the photos don’t match the questionnaire.
All dating sites have fake profiles submitted to them all the time.
It is the task of site administrators and moderators to review profiles and remove the ones that are not genuine.
When someone uploads just one photo or a couple that are basically all the same (e.g., headshots), you’re not learning anything about them.
Real people with real dating profiles will upload a variety of photos to showcase their personality and hobbies — but fake people with fake profiles don’t want to take the chance of getting caught by uploading too many stolen photos. Sticking with the photo theme, alarms should be going off in your head if a profile has photos that look too perfect.
If you come across a profile that’s mostly empty (except for their name, age, and location), it’s a sign that the person rushed to get it up and might want to get to the messaging part quickly so he or she can con someone.
We’re not all professional writers and editors, so a couple of grammar errors and spelling mistakes is nothing to freak out over.
So what you’ll end up getting is something that’s copied and pasted and that replaces your name with the last person they communicated with.