Fake photos on dating sites
The idea is to have these people eventually pay if they want to see more of them.
Members have to reply back to all inquiries or else most companies will not back their site guarantee. Some have one word answers and minimal information and others have exaggerated information with lots of interesting details.
A lot of people have fallen for this hook, line and sinker.
They establish a connection with what they think is a real person and so they trust them enough to go the extra mile in order to maintain communication.
It’s the stuff of nightmares, fake profiles scams are the far opposite of what you see on the commercials (Happy couples dancing to the jingle).
Fake online profiles are much more common on free online dating sites.