Dating website/app profiles mostly fake “catfish” that steal your private info while pushing politics, climate change, money scams, vaccines, and gender fluidity
07/30/2023 // S.D. Wells // Views

Just about every single adult in the country has been on at least one dating app or website, which also means they've encountered the "catfish" experience. There are hundreds of "singles" websites out there and you may recognize some of the more popular ones, like Match, Tinder, Bumble, E-Harmony, Hinge, or Plenty of Fish. If you surf them long enough, and really try to start to converse with some potentials, you are highly likely to fall for some scams and scammers, and even worse, get brainwashed.

A "catfish" is someone who sets up a fake online profile on a dating app or website so they can scam people out of information and/or money, or influence them using politics. They will usually buy or steal some model's pictures from Russia, Ukraine, or China. Should you "match" with them or "swipe right," they will immediately match back, and start asking you "what you're looking for" and say something like, "let's hop off of here and talk on WhatsApp." From there, they will ask you for many personal details about yourself, and this builds a profile for their marketing and scamming stages, that come next.

Soon, your email inbox is chock full of advertisements, and your phone is ringing off the hook from unidentifiable scammers, with non-legitimate phone numbers. You won't find a trace of this person online. It's most likely data collectors in India or Communist China just cat-fishing you.

Dating app "catfish" can steal your personal info, including credentials, banking information, user names and passwords

In fact, the vast majority of single "people" on these dating apps/websites are not really single people at all, just photos of models (male, female, and trannies) to lure or "bait" people into communications, and then the scammers go to work on your personal and private information. This means first acquiring your telephone number and having you download spy apps, like WhatsApp.

Every day, over 1 billion people communicate using WhatsApp, sharing intimate details about their personal life and even business strategies and secrets. Yet, without any hacking skills whatsoever, people can "spy" and steal user data, via chats. That's why nearly all "catfish" ask their attention-giver to hop onto it.

Plus, there are all kinds of commercial spying apps for smart devices now, and you can bet your last wasted dollar the catfish are using them. They'll tap into your iPhone or Android appointment calendars, photos, locations, phone calls, emails, texts, login credentials, user names and passwords, banking info, and more.

Dating apps and websites are also major promotional hubs for political and social propaganda, like gender fluidity, vaccination status, and climate change

Many catfish profiles and brainwashed people's profiles are extremely dogmatic, right from the start. They will outright exclaim that you should not try to talk to them if you are a Trump supporter, or if you're not vaccinated for Covid, or don't believe in climate change. Most profiles also state they are liberal, agnostic, or atheist. This is often to influence people into changing their stances about these things so they will have a better chance at meeting and dating some beautiful person (who isn't even a real potential on the site).

The logic is that if you get vaccinated (with the deadly clot shots), believe in (fake) climate change, and denounce religion, you'll meet more people or have a better chance at meeting the perfect person. That's a big part of the scam.

Since Communist China, Big Pharma, and the Obama Regime are running all of social media, Big Tech, and MSM, you can be sure that most of these obtuse stances on dating apps are fake fronts to convince the masses who don't believe in them that they are missing out, or part of the shunned minority. It's all propaganda, and it's flooding the dating apps, so much so, that many single people are giving up on them, and heading back to bars or social groups to meet real people in person again.

Yes, the Covid scamdemic drove millions of people to these dating apps, to start shopping for singles from the "safety" of their home first, so it's the perfect scam hub for communist media to catfish everybody. Watch out! Tune your internet dial to for updates on extreme liberals with hidden agendas trying to scam everybody and turn us all into "them."

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