Social dating site profiles

20 Dec

Last month we dove into the dark side of internet dating and looked at romance scams and why people keep falling for them.

With the foundation in place, we want to move further and look at exactly what a moderator should be looking out for to catch romance scams so they can remove those fake profiles before they target your users.

But by far, thier phone is the number one thing to look out for and if you can relate to even two of the items in the list above then you are on the right site.

Imagine how good it will feel when you confirm he or she only dating you. But now you can stop wasting time on people not worth being with.

If you read the web, you will find a lot of older articles telling you what signs to look out for when it comes to infidelity.

Hiding your pictures makes us think that you’re not comfortable really putting yourself out there, which is a huge turn off.

Here are some examples of language and wordings often used by romance scammers on online dating sites: Language is a great way to do a cursory check for scammers on your site.

But to dig deeper you need to look at the message content.

Tinder relies on minimal information, with maximum impact given over to the user image.

Conversely, traditional dating sites require a combination of both. I hear you say, “Well, duh, of course they do.” However, even if you’ve used a clever combination of slightly misleading information to obfuscate your identity, those images can easily be identified.