Increasing amount of spammers scammers and fakes
Lately a lot of profiles saying that are women from the USA asking you to chat on another platform like Google chat, skype and whatsapp. Most of them are starting friendly but then ask you to help them. Please neglect the invitation to chat somewhere else if they do not chat here. Those so called women are scammers spammers or just takes. Is it possible to make a list somewhere to send their tn names so they stop those scams?
If you start off thinking that there are sexy young naturist women interested on older single male naturists then you are not living in the real world.
save yourself the grief, by not engaging with the scammers in the first place.
If you start off thinking that there are sexy young naturist women interested on older single male naturists then you are not living in the real world.save yourself the grief, by not engaging with the scammers in the first place.
I sure know how to handle them. Just curious how come that the numbers are increasing
It's because the use of bots is increasing. It's everywhere on the internet now, not just here.
About all you can do is flag them when you see them. Click on the post to bring up their profile, hit the "flag" button and select whatever category you want the flag to be in.
The fembots/spam/scam profiles stand out like fake boobs LOL. And the menbots/spam/scam profiles stand out like hung muscle clones LOL. Yer I just flag em n forget about em..Just waiting for my next round of 'friend requests' or mail messages wanting me to be in a relationship with them & contact them on their 'email address' LOL
I flagged over 70 bot accounts yesterday.
Suspicious activity of 70+ "girls" all in their 20's all from New York setting up accounts over a number of hours that day. Many with glossy glamerous stolen photos as their profile pictures.
There are 100's more fakes which I have flagged weeks/months/years ago which are still on the system. Even tracing their photos on google images to pictures stolen from the internet. They are still here!
It's all very well to say it's easy to flag and block fake profiles, but a quick browse of the internet will tell you that BOTS can be programmed to hack into other users accounts and that concerns me greatly.
With 100s of fake profiles laying dormant on the system, once they are activated, they could potentially steel alot of members information.
TN have asked for alot of personal details, especially for certified accounts. Names, address, email, credit card details, personal documentation for the certification process. private photographs etc. I don't want to risk having this information hacked.
Having messaged Teamtrue 2 numerous times, all I get is a reply is that !they are aware of the bots."
This is not at all reassuring for the safety and security of their members.