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The Tinder account verification scam involves a match asking whether you have verified your profile on the app.
The match, who is actually a bot, then asks you to verify your account through a link that they provide.
Since online dating is so popular, online dating platforms are a perfect tool for scammers.
And with Tinder being one of the most popular apps, Tinder scams are common.
Tinder does actually have verified accounts, but this verification is never done through a third-party.
According to the Tinder FAQ, “Some Tinder profiles are verified to confirm their authenticity.
If someone has a very limited profile and you’re suspicious, consider using a site like to check whether their account is real.
If a Tinder profile is verified, a blue verified badge will appear next to the user’s name.”However, you have to send a verification request to an email address at Tinder to start the process.Also known as “catfishing”, these scammers use a fake persona and make you believe that they are interested in you.These scammers are difficult to identify, don’t have the tell-tale signs of bots, and are often willing to play a long game.This could be as simple as asking the bot to explain something in one of their photos or asking a two-part question.You can also try using a nonsense word in place of a noun while asking a question.