Finding that quick date is easier now than ever with new technology and applications that allow you to swipe right and meet your match.
However, with this increase in online mobile dating comes an increase in online dating scams.
As stated previously, most often the bots are still being developed.
By purposely programming the bots to respond slowly, they become more realistic which lessens the suspicions of the target.
Consequently, the links provided actually signed the user up to a porn site with a £90 subscription fee.
The text-like communication begins and then, just as you think “maybe this is going somewhere”, your potential upcoming Valentine’s date sends you an incredibly romantic message, sending you a link to sign up for a website, make an account somewhere, or join a newsletter.
Because of the internet and those who write articles such as this, there have been several successful methods discovered that allow you to bypass being scammed and, most importantly, not have your precious time wasted.
Currently, bots actually outnumber the amount of real humans on the internet.
They have the ability to adapt their communication by “remembering” even the smallest details you have mentioned, and incorporate them into the conversation. Most do not transmit viruses onto your computers or hack your laptops.