With verifications that include social media authentication, age and identity verification, criminal background checks, photo verification, disappearing picture and video messaging, and more, you can be sure that what you see online is what you'll get in person. We authenticate your social media account, but will not publicly link to your profile in any way.
We measure the dimensions of the face in your profile picture and require you to take an instant selfie that will be compared to your profile photo for likeness.
“After asking if the user is verified, the spam bot tries to disarm the user by saying ‘it’s a free service tinder put up, to verify the person you wanna meet isn’t a serial killer lol’.'” Users who fall for the scheme are directed to a site that looks like it might be associated with Tinder – a copy-cat logo is displayed, and the font is the same one used by the app.
(Symantec found 13 distinct “Tinder Safe Dating” scam sites so far.) To verify the account, they are asked to fill out a form with their username, password, email address, and credit card details: The claim that this service is “$0.00 No Charge!
Users of Tinder, the massively popular location-based dating app, are being targeted with a clever scam that may make them lose over a $100 per month.