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Smith said she contacted Plenty of Fish to get the profile taken down, and even had to send a copy of her driver's license, plus her email address and birthday, and even then it took another day to get the profile taken down.The investigation by Danny Forston was launched after JDI Dating, the British company that owns sites such as as well as 17 other dating sites, was investigated by the US Federal Trade Commission.
RELATED: Woman's stolen photos used to create fake dating profile A Missouri woman says she was walking out of a building when a stranger began calling her name.
The man claimed he had met her but she didn’t recognize him.
The scammer even sent the man a nude body photo which Smith said is not her.
The man told Smith that the two even set up a date, but Smith never showed up."But then he was kind of upset that I stood him up," she said.
On sites where communication between members is a premium feature it should be noted that non-paying members who are not scammers might attempt the same to avoid fees, but it is still a scam marker that shouldn’t be ignored and the profile should at least be further investigated to make sure it’s genuine.
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That’s when they both realized a scammer had been using her name and photos for a fake dating profile.
A Missouri woman says she was walking out of a building when a stranger began calling her name.
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