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How to Spot a Faker on a Dating App

How to Spot a Faker on a Dating App. You’re on dating apps for the real thing. You want to meet your forever person, fall in love, and spend the rest of your life together. But how do you know other people are being genuine and aren’t fakers? “Fakers” meaning someone who says they are a Christian but doesn’t live like one. Or someone who isn’t looking for something serious and just wants a fling. Or someone who simply isn’t who they say they are.


Faker on dating app

6 Ways to Spot a Faker on a Dating App

It can be challenging to spot a faker on a dating app. To help, here are six red flags to watch out for:


  1. Inconsistencies in their profile: If their photos, interests, and information seem to contradict each other or don't add up, it could be a sign that they are not being truthful.

  2. Vague or evasive responses: If they avoid answering direct questions about themselves or their intentions, it could be a sign that they are hiding something.

  3. Too good to be true: If their profile seems too perfect or their messages seem too charming, it could be a sign that they are not genuine.

  4. Moving too fast: If they are pushing for a quick meet-up or are being overly flirty and sexual in their messages, it could be a sign that they are not looking for something serious.

  5. Lack of effort: If they are not putting much effort into their messages or seem disinterested in getting to know you, it could be a sign that they aren’t dedicated to pursuing a serious relationship.

  6. Refusal to verify identity: If they refuse to verify their identity through video chat or other means, it could be a sign that they are not who they say they are.


Remember to trust your gut instincts and take things slowly to avoid getting caught up with someone who is not genuine. And pray about everything and everyone, especially before meeting in person or taking the relationship to the next level. If something feels “off,” there’s a good chance the Holy Spirit is giving you warning signs. Don’t ignore them!


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Guest
Feb 17

There is one day i ask him a video call, he refused, he said right now he doesnt promise me anything about videocall. But we chat, sending pictures voice notes.

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Guest
Jan 19

I’m curious about guys who don’t want to do regular texting but will only message on an app like WhatsApp or Skype. I think it’s interesting they can’t do a regular text why add another app into the mix?

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Guest
Sep 29, 2023

Beware of man named Steven Mark from Norway using a USA cell Pogue number

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Guest
Jun 11, 2023

I hate to say it but a lot of the military ppl are scams I met about 4 with the same story. I asked the one guy if he had social media he said no but, I was lookin at the same pictures that were on upward also on IG

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Guest
Jun 09, 2023

I am having serious red flags from someone who is supposed to be in the marines on deployment and is 'not allowed' to video call for their safety on their assignment. Is this a thing? Now hinting his card is lost and need help for his daughter till he gets a replacement card that is being delayed? He sent one photo of him and his daughter? Daughter is in NY he is in the middle east??

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Oct 09, 2023
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Don’t do it… it’s Not real… the simple solution… send to caregiver of the daughter. Have them take a selfie together to set your mind at ease and her dad as well! Request anything to confirm this is for his daughter!

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