Lie about age on dating websites
It's jut so awful." Straight away, she emailed the app’s customer service team to see if they could offer any help.“All I had was the picture and a location, but I assumed that the website would have strict rules about its users taking other people’s identities without permission,” she said.In order to keep as much of your data as private as possible, ensure your privacy settings are limited to 'friends' only and your information is not searchable.Use any options that allow you to 'limit old posts' being on view.
But the problem is; some of those profiles you're swiping, aren't exactly what they seem.Again, it is important to note that the impersonation originates from Facebook, not Tinder”.When contacted about Lana’s story and the subject of imposter accounts, Facebook refused to comment.I contacted Tinder about Lana’s story to see if they would help find the fraudster behind the imposter accounts.“If someone is being impersonated on Tinder, they should contact Facebook's help centre to file a report, because it ultimately means that someone is impersonating them on Facebook,” says a spokeswoman.
“Each Tinder profile is tied to a unique Facebook account, meaning users must log in using their Facebook account in order to create a Tinder profile.