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After discovering that his headshot consistently showed in hoax dating profiles (thanks to a Google alert), Army Master Sgt. “Over the past few years, I’ve seen these scammers use all kinds of photos removed from open Facebook pages, blogs, official military websites, and command pages,” he wrote in a blog post last month.“I’ve also seen my own photos and name used.” (The image of Grisham that was used by scammers is pictured, left) With a few of the largest player like OKCupid, Match, and others, there are precautionary measures in place.To protect consumers, sites like are being set up for volunteers to post details of the counterfeit dating profiles they come across.Christine Davis, a design student who was duped by a fake profile, set up this particular site and wants to support others who have been targeted.“This decision has its high price tag, but the alternative can be much costlier,” he continued.For this reason, Cupid.com, the online dating network behind and Black Match.com, announced a partnership this month with Rec Sys Ltd, an anti-scammer technology. With the new system, any individual identified as a scammer is added to the master database, which other online dating companies can access.You don’t provide your email address to view what’s on the site. I’m sure the porn industry has similar products – newsletters, subscription sites, discussion forums – requiring an email address to gain access.You can view all the pages you want here on , and I have no idea who you are. (And I do want to, which is why I ask you to sign up for my newsletter. And yes, once you give them your email address, they will probably start sending you email.
They will painstakingly craft a fake profile and begin targeting people that are looking for love.To identify rogue behavior, the algorithm factors in the user’s login location, IP address, profile photo, and behavior patterns.Additionally, the system can detect “bots,” often operated by organized crime gangs, which create profiles and engage real members in automated scripted conversations designed to elicit payment.Davis calls it the “Nigerian advance fee scam,” as it is thought that the majority of spammers are based in Western Africa.When you visit a website, the site gets a certain amount of information about you, but your email address is not part of it. For example, you might sign up for my newsletter, and I’ll send it to you once a week.
Once they’ve made contact, they will typically request to move the conversation to a private instant messaging service.