That’s not to say they’re the most effective; many, in fact, perform grammatical acrobatics that barely qualify as English.
It turns out that all those people parsing dating profiles for grammar above all else are protecting themselves not just from bad dates, but from bad actors.
Geographical mismatches are also bad signs, such as someone claiming to be in Brooklyn when their IP address points to the other side of the planet.
If it turns out to be a model, or really anyone other than who the profile says it is, that's a scammer.
The same rule of thumb with email scams applies to online love, though; if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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“And their targets genuinely fall in love with those individuals, even after the scam has been executed…
The victim isn’t willing to accept that they’ve been scammed, or does accept that they’ve been scammed and is still in love with the scammer.”There are a few ways to protect yourself from online dating scammers, most of which are common-sense tests of whether they are who—and where—they say they are.