Users of Tinder, the massively popular location-based dating app, are being targeted with a clever scam that may make them lose over a 0 per month.The scam is perpetrated by spam bots impersonating lovely women, initiating chats with users, then asking them to make Tinder verify their account.

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It was one of those one time unrealized fantasies, and after putting the same post on 3 different craig's list sites, all of which are within easy driving distance, I received numerous responses,and one who followed through. There are a lot of bars, where you can find a casual encounter most nights of the week. I all I wanted was a NSA I couldgo to any bar at get that.

Of course there are some that advertise on craigs list. I would venture 85, 90% are just to get addresses for spam.

LOL Like any site I am sure some of it is scams, hell same go for on here too !

Well...thr fish bowl most woman are looking for a life time...a hook up and as for the CL thing they are all scams.... I saw more ass than a toilet seat from "casual encounters".

My experience is very real, just like it was when I placed an add on AFF. I enjoy my sexual side and am not afraid to express my true nature.

So not only have I been intrigued, I have been that 1 or 2 woman:)) I am also not disappointed in the result, like I said, I met a freak that parallels my freak and even though we both know it won't last forever, I will be having some freaking great memories.:))Witchy I did not know this existed until someone showed me not to long ago and I was laughing but also disgusted at how many of the men from here had accounts on CL looking for random sex, or even offered to " donate" ( money ) for it.

With all those foolish horny men willing to believe they are going to get laidwith no effort on their part of course they are mostly scams! Really the only people who use that kind of site for that purpose , seriously, are men (and in many cases it looks like gay men trying to do same day anonymous hook ups).

I think if you interviewed 10 or 20 normal average straight women off the street and asked if they'd ever post (or answer) a CL ad for a casual sexual encounter with a man who's a total stranger, you'd be lucky to find 1 or 2 who'd be intrigued by that thought.

” is repeated prominently a couple of times, but as is usual with these scams, the devil is in the details: the fine print at the bottom tells users that they get free trial memberships to three adult services, but also that if they don’t cancel them in time, they will be billed automatically each month for the memberships.

All in all, the victims stand to lose 8.76 per month – quite a hefty sum.

I think you'd be right, but there are those 1 or 2, who would be intrigued.