RE:Flag a fake

https://www.truenudists.com/user/nudist_zi8461/

Profile photo is adult star Abigail Morris.

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RE:Flag a fake

https://www.truenudists.com/user/yadira0016/

Supposedly a 19 year old, but the profile photo can be found online as far back as 2014: https://www.meendoru.net/photo/2167084_3278792

That camera was a dead giveaway. LOL

The other photos look far too young and there's no way I'm doing a reverse search on those and having that content on my browser history.

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RE:Flag a fake

https://www.truenudists.com/user/RachelNudist/

Profile photo is an OF model https://onlyfans.com/kittiebabyxxx If you do a little searching online you can find the photos used by "Rachel" on other sites as well. (For example: https://vk.com/wall-194217618_2814)

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

Good morning/afternoon/evening nudists of the world.

As you all are aware by now - as evidenced by your appearance on this Forum topic - many of you have been smart enough to pick up on a fake profile picture of certain nudists who appear of this site.

This phenomenon takes place is the fact that most people - women especially - use photos of OnlyFans models, escort girls, nude models and prostitutes as their cover page. These models appear as attractive, beautiful and appealing ladies that have been chosen to appeal to the average man.

While I do understand that this is problematic and that there are no guidelines for regulating what picture goes up as part of an individual's profile, the truth of the matter is that many of us have been fooled by such a tactic. It is dishonest, it is disingenuous and it can lead to the formation of friendships based on the premise of a LIE!

There is no doubt that there are those of you out there who have feelings of disappointment and betrayal at the very idea that the woman you thought you were friending and chatting with was not the person she depicted in her profile pic.

So how can this be prevented? What can be done?

Well for starters, live by the motto: "If it looks too good to be true, it probably is."

Be cautious. If an individual appears too made up, glamourous, tantalizing or if the photo depicted in their profile pic looks too professionally shot, chances are it probably is not the real deal. These are classic tell tale signs that these photos were tailor-made to attract male attention. Just because they are naked does not mean that nudism equates to sexualization.

Secondly, I would recommend investing in a subscription to a site call PimEyes.

Their site can be located at www.pimeyes.com

It is a site that uses facial recognition software. For a subscription fee, the site is able to scan an uploaded picture and compare it to other similar images found on the Internet. This was now I discovered the girls I was chatting with were in actuality using the pictures of either an OnlyFans model, escort girl, nude model and cam girls as their profile images. (see attached images)

Trust me, the shock and betrayal runs deep for some people.

In conclusion, never trust everything you see out there on this site and on the Internet in general. Using these two tips I have provided, it is possible to better screen the individual who were chatting with and thus promote better awareness of who we encounter on this site.

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

Good morning/afternoon/evening nudists of the world.

As you all are aware by now - as evidenced by your appearance on this Forum topic - many of you have been smart enough to pick up on a fake profile picture of certain nudists who appear of this site.

This phenomenon takes place is the fact that most people - women especially - use photos of OnlyFans models, escort girls, nude models and prostitutes as their cover page. These models appear as attractive, beautiful and appealing ladies that have been chosen to appeal to the average man.

While I do understand that this is problematic and that there are no guidelines for regulating what picture goes up as part of an individual's profile, the truth of the matter is that many of us have been fooled by such a tactic. It is dishonest, it is disingenuous and it can lead to the formation of friendships based on the premise of a LIE!

There is no doubt that there are those of you out there who have feelings of disappointment and betrayal at the very idea that the woman you thought you were friending and chatting with was not the person she depicted in her profile pic.

So how can this be prevented? What can be done?

Well for starters, live by the motto: "If it looks too good to be true, it probably is."

Be cautious. If an individual appears too made up, glamourous, tantalizing or if the photo depicted in their profile pic looks too professionally shot, chances are it probably is not the real deal. These are classic tell tale signs that these photos were tailor-made to attract male attention. Just because they are naked does not mean that nudism equates to sexualization.

Secondly, I would recommend investing in a subscription to a site call PimEyes.

Their site can be located at www.pimeyes.com

It is a site that uses facial recognition software. For a subscription fee, the site is able to scan an uploaded picture and compare it to other similar images found on the Internet. This was now I discovered the girls I was chatting with were in actuality using the pictures of either an OnlyFans model, escort girl, nude model and cam girls as their profile images. (see attached images)

Trust me, the shock and betrayal runs deep for some people.

In conclusion, never trust everything you see out there on this site and on the Internet in general. Using these two tips I have provided, it is possible to better screen the individual who were chatting with and thus promote better awareness of who we encounter on this site.

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

Reverseimagesearch.com to the rescue, AGAIN

https://www.truenudists.com/user/Martinanudefree/

Pics are https://x.com/saiilormooncb (a Columbian, not from FR as the TN profile says)

You can find all the pics she used here: https://www.muskviewer.com/saiilormooncb

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

The truly sad part of this whole exercise is that 'Flag a Fake...' is on page 128 of its history. It appears to be far & away the most utilized Forum topic on TN. And the list grows each & every day. "Holy cow feathers Batman, what are we going to do?" "We're going to keep reporting those imposters Robin and watch what happens to the evil doers." LOL ... because anything else hurts too much.

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

https://www.truenudists.com/user/BloomIsNude/

First image in the gallery is on a ton of Russian datings sites.

For example: https://www.mamba.ru/sr/profile/1652489496/photo/2091772079 (pic #7)

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

https://www.truenudists.com/user/MsChrissynaturist/

Photos are an OF model named DDD Marie. https://fapachi.com/ddd-marie

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RE: Flag a Flake and How to Prevent It.

Okay, every once and a while I'll come across a profile that could be legit and its fun to test it. The fake ones, about 100%, usually give themselves away quickly--one or two messages. That is if they don't post a porn star picture in the meantime. Now they are using AI to answer messages. I got a reply to a question with two very different responses in the same message. One was labeled as number 3. Someone was lazy in their cut and pasting. Neither response sounded like a real human. I was thinking that these were just an annoyance, but I read an article today about some of the blackmail that is associated with these scammers. It's very serious.

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