Before you start communicating on this site, you must know its rules.
The fake "girls" on Tinder will explain to you that the site needs your credit card information to verify your age.
Once you give your credit card information, you will be automatically signed up for the sketchy webcam site's premium membership.
Each of the user may communicate freely with any person, without spending a dime of their money.
Of course, some chat rooms provide visitors a chance to get paid services (various filters that help to select people by gender, age, geographical location), however, and without this your communication will be held here on "Cheers." Video chat room - it's not only an opportunity to make new friends, but still it's a chance to get acquainted with the cute guy or girl from another country.
That content is then sent to the moderators who each say whether the item or profile should be “deleted,” “left alone” or “can’t tell.” People are likely less skeptical of profiles they see on Tinder, since most of the information on someone's profile (name, photos, etc.) come directly from Facebook. You choose a username, use a fake photo you found on the Internet, make up fake information about yourself, and you're all set.
In order to make a fake Tinder profile, one first has to make a fake Facebook profile with a fake name and fake photos.
According to the blog post, the fake accounts only chat with you if you chat them first.
Once they start chatting, many of them have similar scripts.
Tinder doesn't currently have any way to report spam in the app, and Symantec suggests that you just "block" any users who you suspect are fake.