Unless the bots are using a sophisticated chatterbot-based conversation engine, they will likely only have a few canned responses that they will give in response to your interactions.Once they've dispensed with a few flirty small talk remarks such as "I've had a really busy week, my feet hurt, I need a massage" then they will deliver their payload, which usually asks you to visit a link that will either require you to download something (malware) or give them your credit card information.You may have gotten, 5, 10, maybe even 20 messages, but in the end, they eventually have to cut to the chase and deliver their payload: the message that gets you to download something or pay for something.Once you get this message, it's best to use Tinder's blocking feature so you can have them removed from your "match" list.Once they've delivered their payload, that's probably the last you'll hear from them, they won't likely respond to anymore questions. Since they are bots, so you probably won't have any Facebook friends in common with them.They may have some generic interests in common with you, but probably not. All those previous flirty messages have been intended to set you up for the con.
Tinder has now become a target for scammers attempting to con users out of money, or getting them to install malware on their computers so that the scammers can make money via malware affiliate marketing programs, and other methods.
Yes/No; While it is free to use, POF offers premium services as part of their upgraded membership, such as seeing the date and time a user viewed your profile and allowing you to see whether a user read and/or deleted your message.
We’re so addicted to our phones that we simply can’t fathom the idea of not being able to use it because it’s out of battery juice.
Tinder presents you with a stack of photos of potential matches.
If you like one, you swipe right, if you don't like them then you swipe left.
Tinder is a location-aware mobile dating app that leverages your Facebook profile, likes, friend information, and photos and attempts to match you with other singles that have common interests, friends, or that live near you and meet your search criteria.