Scam profiles on dating sites

To show a profit, they need to keep customers unmatched even longer.

More than half of online dating app and website users believe they’ve seen a fake profile with two in five having been approached by someone asking for money. survey of 1,000 users of online dating services also found that one in seven admitted to sending money to someone who had asked for it.

Scammers often claim to be in the military or working overseas to explain why they can’t meet you in person.

Sorry, but online dating sites don't want you to find love.

Posted August 29th, 2015 @ am When the Ashley-Madison hack revealed that the vast majority of female profiles on the “dating” site were fake, three groups of people already knew that. One of those groups includes all of the people on Earth that have more than five minutes of experience in the business world. They all seemed to be populated with hot people on day one.

The second group of people that knew the dirty truth long ago are the people who have spent more than sixty second on any of the big dating sites and also have an IQ over 80. The third group of people who knew all along about the fake profiles includes anyone who was a founder or early employee at any of the dating sites.People everywhere are combing through the Ashley Madison data looking for names they know.But the identity of celebrity cheaters (or your neighbor down the street) isn't the only thing being found.Summer lovin’, happened so fast.” The love story of Danny and Sandy may have had its dramatic ups and downs, but in the end (spoiler alert! That wasn’t quite the case when one local woman thought she had met an eligible bachelor on a popular online dating app.As reported to BBB, the woman started chatting with someone in Ohio, claiming to be a commander in the Army.