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Then there are Catfishers, a far more sinister category of person who crafts a whole universe around their fake persona just to trick someone into falling for them.
And then there are the scammers, the bottom of the bunch. Be it portraits that underwent heavy photoshopping, images stolen from other unsuspecting Facebook or Instagram users, or photos cropped from a foreign country’s model agency, the deception of using fake photography can come in many forms.
I can’t remember a single time someone said to me, “You totally look like so-and-so! So when a former co-worker sent me a message on Facebook saying “You have a doppelgänger on Plenty of Fish”, I braced myself. “If she’s not as cute as me, I’m going to be offended,” I thought to myself.
This was no doppelgänger, this was Mary Lane POSEUR! If you are not familiar with Plenty of Fish, it’s an online dating website. Was this parallel universe Connecticut bitch getting messages?
Sometimes you’ll discover that your partner has uploaded a photo of them from their graduation when they had far fewer pounds and basically no wrinkles.
Thankfully, new methods to reverse search a scammer’s photographs and information have emerged.
If you have been scammed, catfished, phished, or tricked it is never too late to unmask who your scammer is and give the information to the authorities.
These pictures have been abused by scammers for many years, and in spite of warnings on many scamlists, they STILL keep resurfacing over and over again.
ALL PICTURES ARE STOLEN FROM INNOCENT THIRD PARTIES.
You should also be skeptical when inspecting their photos.