This enables a low labor effort to get you in to the scam robot cycle.
When you send an email, an entirely robotic script kicks in.
In my introduction, I tell them my name, and some expression of interest and a little about myself.
I include a little question about them or something, built in to the conversation, and that way if they answer I know I have a real person.
Most often seen with celebrities or famous sports personalities, it’s a simple way of letting everyone know that the account holder is the person they claim to be.
Now, mobile dating app Tinder has followed suit by introducing verified accounts to their service and we’ll no doubt see blue check marks next to Lindsay Lohan and Katy Perry who are apparently fans of the app.
Usually, they do not answer the question, and provide me an email to contact them directly.
At this point, you know you have a robot (bot) that has built a process to get you to some other site. When I want to root out the details of the scam that is being run, then I will reply to the email sent.
Like all the other date verification scams, there is a charge that isn’t very obvious unless you look very close. I certify that I have read and agree to the complete terms of membership and billing and that the card entered above is my credit card.Dating ID Card License or Hookup ID is an online identification system required by almost all online dating sites nowadays to ensure the safety of their members, especially when talking to or meeting up personally with other members of the site.Many of us are already familiar with the little “check mark” found on social networks that signifies that an account is legitimate.This one is a Craigslist scam, but the “Get Verified” scam can be found anywhere; Tinder and Badoo are popular for this scam too.The immediate giveaway that you have a scam is that when your ‘date’ replies to you, they cannot answer a simple question, like what color is your dress? When I find these I like to have a little fun, since I know it is a bot, and this serves as a means to confirm the suspicion.