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If the bot uses the nonsense word back (instead of asking you what you’re talking about), you know it’s not a real person.Many scams are run by real people using fake profiles.These bots can usually simulate a real conversation.However, after a short while, they will send you a link, asking you to visit it.The link usually sends you to an app, an online game, or some other online service.The bot may talk about wanting to play the online game with you, suggest downloading a chat app so that you can have a more adult conversation, or say that they recommend the service and you should try it out.If someone has a very limited profile and you’re suspicious, consider using a site like to check whether their account is real.This site’s search engine can help you verify that their images, emails, phone numbers, or usernames aren’t being used with multiple accounts.
You can also try using a nonsense word in place of a noun while asking a question.
Instead of being used to verify your account, this information is used to register you (and your credit card) for costly subscriptions to adult websites.
Users who fall for this scam report that the subscriptions can run up to 0/month and are very difficult to cancel.
Since online dating is so popular, online dating platforms are a perfect tool for scammers.
And with Tinder being one of the most popular apps, Tinder scams are common.