Using fake pictures on dating sites
The section where “Vicki” spoke about herself read: “I’m from York, I enjoy nights in and nights out and love boys. Anything else drop me a message.”Verity said: “When I saw what they had written about how I like a certain type of boy, I was angry – that’s awful.“I think that most people know it isn’t me, but I am from York and I used to do modelling though I don’t brag about it.
I am a bit freaked out about it.”Verity added: “I got a message on Facebook from a guy who I am friends with and he said, ‘I thought I should let you know someone is using your photographs.’“I got him to send me a screen shot and there I was.
Again, you don’t have to possess natural, boyish good looks to attract most women.
You just need to present yourself in an appealing manner.
The photos had been posted on her private Facebook page, meaning the imposter had to be one of her “friends”.
Ashley Madison, at its core, is nothing more than an online dating site.The technology and matching algorithm behind these online sites supposedly does the hard work of analyzing profiles and matching people with commonalities.