Fake online dating photos
Neither of these email discrepancies are cause for alarm; a lot of people aren't very good with spelling and grammar, and they may be writing English as a second language.
But if more than one of the following email discrepancies pop up during the course of your communications, it may be an internet dating scam.
Although cliche, the saying holds true for internet dating scams: if the person's photo looks too good to be true, that's because it probably is.
Although there is really no way to know for sure if a profile is real or fake, there are some red flags that you should watch out for.
They won’t admit it, but I have personally seen some of the smaller or more obscure dating sites ‘pad’ the website with fake profiles and even go so far as to send a message to their members from this ‘fake’ person in the hopes of generating more activity on the site.
The larger, more well known dating sites have no reason to do this and generally have employees whose job it is to monitor new accounts and weed out the spammers and the scammers.
And then, if you still don’t here anything, move on.
There are situations where the person messaging you could be a scammer trying to contact you for whatever reason.