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But even more ridiculous was how many people fell for it, at least for a while.
Hunt now has many of the interactions on his Tumblr, Girls Who Date Computers, where he points to how impersonal online dating can be and what this means for our ability to connect authentically these days. Here is an example of a script from his Tumblr: Girl: Hey Hunt/Cleverbot: What did you do today?
Both are not cool and not authentic to why you are (probably) on online dating sites. This is the photo gallery of pictures that are most frequently used in scams.These pictures have been abused by scammers for many years, and in spite of warnings on many scamlists, they STILL keep resurfacing over and over again.We also want to talk a bit about which automation rules can be set up to keep scammers off your site in the first place.Here is a lot to look out for so to make it more manageable we have divided the scam markers into 4 different categories: language, message content, profile and geolocation.
Girl: Lol yea Hunt/Cleverbot: Oh my god, they killed Kenny! Here’s the deal, there is quirky and then there is nonsensical. Out of principle, if I’m on Tinder, I never swipe right if the guy only has one photo. Either he is too lazy (bad sign) or he can only find the one (worse sign). An incomplete dating profile should be approached with caution and suspicion and your killer instincts. Anything dramatically lower should indicate an impostor/scammer/robot, so keep an eye on those friends and followers. That sucks for real doctoral candidates looking for love, but so it goes. If someone’s profile has a picture of Edward Snowden, it’s probably a fake.