They’re all looking for that one person, that one Mr. Right who finally gets them (and their giant fish, or heap of trash).
While we don’t know what any of these people were thinking when they posted these pictures meant to entice a new lover (and frankly, we can’t even begin to guess), we do know that the objective is the same.
"Because of the fact that we do cater to wealthy demographic, we do get an influx of scammers," he says. Seeking Arrangement got its latest stats from screening new profiles over 10 months.
The profiles first go through automated screening software, which flags both traits in the profile, such as certain ethnicities, and things that aren't visible in the profile, such as certain IP addresses and even certain passwords that scammers seem to like more than other people.
Velasquez thinks this helps them seem more moral and trustworthy.
Password preferences Or maybe they really do identify as religious?
Scammer talk a lot about spirituality in the messages they send, too.
Would you date somebody with these kind of pictures displayed on their profile?
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Certain races Although American Indians make up less than 2 percent of the U. population, 36 percent of scam profiles say they're Native.
Other popular races are mixed (19 percent) and other (17 percent). Certain places Just like spam in your email inbox, scam profiles most commonly come from Nigeria (28 percent).