If you are concerned you might be scammed, head to au.
Nicole has written to Tinder to ask for the profile to be taken down, but has not heard back.
She now has a message to the scammers: “If you’re out there and you’re catfishing someone or you’re using my photos, could you please stop.”Nicole’s story is familiar to tech writer Spandas Lui who has been researching the rise of fake profiles on online dating apps, known commonly as ‘Catfishing’.“Catfishing is when someone assumes a fake identity to build a relationship,” Spandas told .
We’re super excited to share all the cool things built by our developer community, so don’t forget to tweet Social Media Siren & Atypical NASCAR Fan Shirley is Clarifai’s social media manager and loves to connect with whoever she bumps into online or IRL.
She gets easily excited and has an odd affinity for old people, puppies, and the outdoors.
By improving the profiles of everyone, not just the people I’m working with, everyone’s online dating gets easier and more fun!