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And stories of these types of fraud have also been rife in the media – further alerting potential customers to the industry’s problems – whether it be the cleavage selfies of Karen Danczuk being used for fake profiles, or gangs of scammers being locked up for their crimes.
While many think of dating fraud as the oft-written about romance scams, there are many other sophisticated ways that fraudsters are infecting mobile and desktop sites, in an attempt to ensnare singles.
As they video chat to this woman – who is often a pre-recorded video whose actions can be controlled by the fraudster – their webcam is recorded.The second type were those promoting a third party – such as bots pushing mobile games like Castle Clash, which last April invaded Tinder, creating a lot of negative media attention for the company.After users matched with the bots, the “women” would strike up a conversation, quickly ask whether their match had heard of a game, and send them a link – in the case of the Castle Clash bots, containing the URL “Tinderverified”.Symantec said what these campaigns all have in common is affiliate programs, which pay scammers if the campaigns are successful and leads are converted.
One such affiliate program, for blamcams, ran a three month campaign with seven different URLs, that resulted in half a million clicks.
Dan Winchester, co-founder of Scamalytics, said: “We see whole conversations unfold between humans and bots, with the human believing they are talking to another human – effectively passing the Turing test!