Easy method to detect a SCAMMER Defeat Scammers Forward to friends

  • View author's info Author Posted on Feb 17, 2014 at 01:11 PM

    Read their profiles. Some are easy to spot. The ones you are not sure of, copy and paste into BING, GOOGLE, some search engine. If you see that same wording come up in your search, open it up and see if it is the same person( not likely) or a scammer using a post  at another site. Key word alert   " am " . Usually us Americans say I am. Scammers from Russia and Africa say am. If you see am run for the hills.

    Let's work together to expose these scam scums and get this site cleaned up. It is hard enough to meet someone without dealing with these bottom feeders!

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  • View author's info Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 07:51 AM

    I've noticed two easy ways to detect scammers. First, they're looking for a man between 5'4 & 5'8, and then they list their income between $75,000-$100,00. What young college girl makes that kind of money?

  • View author's info Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 05:55 PM

    Sadly these sites are riddled with scammers, web cam junkies, etc. 

  • View author's info Posted on Dec 03, 2014 at 02:41 AM

    A simple verification is to just ask for a custom selfie... holding a pencil, touching a cheek, making a face. Something random that won't be "on file". They can send it direct or upload it.

     Sometimes using the windows snipping tool and Google Image Search will turn up a match elsewhere. One I found was a Swedish Tinder example photo.  Another showed up on another dating site. The profiles were different but totally consistent... that one is probably real.

     Oh... on the grammar issue... I often see the word "I" uncapitalized, as in "This is what i want."

     And... getting winks from the other side of the country without having viewed your profile.

     Oddest one so far: Got winked by a straight guy in Canada. I'm also straight guy. Not sure what that's about.

  • View author's info Posted on Sep 26, 2014 at 03:37 AM

    Ghana people use buh for but, ma for my. Just remember people write how they tak. Broken English and bad grammar/spelling is rampant. Im trusted everybody but now first thing I do if the picture looks "too good" is run it through Google image search. Some come up clean but others are rip offs of real people...stars, porn, etc. If the first two check out get them to give you more. I had one where the first 3 pics were good but the fourth was one called Ann Angel. Also had a video chat with the same but amazingly enough....no audio. They may be sad pathetic people but some are pretty clever.

  • View author's info Posted on Aug 09, 2014 at 04:24 AM

    As the previous commenter said, read the profile!  Some to not go with the photo, such as a gal listed as a Pacific Islander with a photo of a blonde American & a gal listed as age 32 who can't be a day older than 16.  And if you're carrying on an e-mail conversation, watch for changes in writing style, spelling & grammar -- often you can tell that follow-up e-mails were not written by the same person you started the conversation with.  Spelling & grammar are easy top-offs too -- a (supposedly) college-educated adult doesn't write like a 3rd-grader.

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