Fake photos for dating sites
Just keep in mind that beautiful people can use online dating too.Just because they’re a model doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a fake profile (especially if you live in New York or Los Angeles).
I can’t remember a single time someone said to me, “You totally look like so-and-so! So when a former co-worker sent me a message on Facebook saying “You have a doppelgänger on Plenty of Fish”, I braced myself. “If she’s not as cute as me, I’m going to be offended,” I thought to myself. In my free online dating guide, I talk about using a service called tineye to identify fake dating profiles.In this article, I want to talk about using Google Images to do the same thing.Here I’m going to walk you through the process of using Google Images to find out if the person might be using a fake photo.Fake photos often point to fake profiles (or at least someone who’s lying about what they look like! Here I have a (fictional) profile where I’m a bit suspicious that I might be looking at someone using fake photos. Getting the Image Location from When logged into your account, open the suspicious profile and right-click the photo then: 2.