Men who fake online dating profiles
It’s incredibly easy to copy and paste a generic profile and way too many women have the repeat language of the generic profile. Yes, it’s from a real profile and is amazingly similar to about a zillion other profiles I have read. I know that some men are after poontang and nothing else. If you think she’s out of your league, she likely is and it’s likely to be a fake profile.
Why on earth would a dating site want someone to create 500 fake singles profiles? Maybe to ‘pad’ their site with fake profiles to make it APPEAR like there are a lot more women active on the site than there really are? Ask good questions, have fun and thanks for adding to the conversation!With thousands of dating sites to chose from, the competition between dating sites to get new customers is fierce.So fierce, some sites resort to some pretty lame (and underhanded) tactics to get you to part with your money. You just signed up for [INSERT DATING SITE HERE] about 2 weeks ago and so far have received 2 mail messages, both from pretty attractive women and they both contained very similar messages. Im serious about meeting for some drinks or a date guys. Judge ordered to own up, give refunds A company owning a network of dating websites was sued because they defrauded men using fake profiles.Some of these profiles are from scammers wanting to collect your personal information, others are people “catfishing” for sport, trying to lure you into a relationship by using a fictional persona.The good news is it’s fairly easy to spot a fake profile once you know what to look for.Listen, I keep telling you, you gotta “fish” in the right pond. Be sure to leave a comment below and let me know if you have any questions about this post or about dating sites in general and I’ll weight in and give you my two cents on how to make sure you’re on the right sites and not getting scammed Comment Rules: Remember what Fonzie was like?
Anyway, be on the lookout and stick with the sites I recommend so you don’t waste a bunch of moolah and get taken by one of these scammer com is a great site (and 100% free) and is the biggest paid dating site (lots of women on there).
This happens because they know that they’ll quickly be reported by someone on the site, and their profile removed, and they want to try to hook you into an offline conversation before that occurs.
Believe it or not, another common red flag is if someone say they are a widower with no children, or adult children.
Unless you’re devastating handsome, shockingly intelligent, unbelievably witty, and amazingly affluent (with the the award-winning profile to back it up), why would such women be reaching out to you? There has been some discussion on other blogs that some online dating websites create the fake profiles to lure guys into signing up or continuing to pay. I got a wink from an attractive women and when I went to check on the profile, it had suddenly been yanked within minutes.
If we expect women to be honest with themselves, we men must be just as honest. A photo which looks like a scan from a fashion magazine is usually just that – someone has scanned something from a magazine or hit up Google images for a “pretty girl”. It was kind of odd but as I was already corresponding with several women, I wasn’t disappointed at the deleted profile.
Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.