Internet dating commercial

02 Feb

Sites like Metrodate, Topface, Dating Buzz and Evening Touch, to mention just a few are helping boys, girls, men and women find dates.But, why are most people in the country now very active on these dating sites?Now, a study has revealed just what a typical scammer looks like - from their eye colour to their posture and even their political stance.Scroll down for video Experts at Scamalytics, who provide anti-scammer software to dating sites, sift through millions of fake profiles every year.I caught up with one female participant who goes by the user name, Gracy, on one of the sites.She says she uses the site because her nature of work is so demanding that she doesn’t have time to date the normal way.Selfies of women with low-cut vest tops were most commonly used, with female fraudsters describing themselves as a student, with no strong political leanings.

This week I’ve been binge watching Scandal because I’m super behind. Anyway, the reason this is relevant is because when I’m behind on a TV show, I watch it On Demand. Why in God’s green earth would pay money to play this (repeatedly) as a commercial!?By pulling data from these profiles, they have created the average male and female scammer profiles - including everything from their age to their hair, job, eye colour and posture.They found the most common female profile, set up for romance scamming purposes, is a brunette in her twenties (29 was the most common age) with blue eyes.Issue wouldn't give explaining how they time with friends that really love you will.Some points life, comfortable she feels in the men have issues and date older.