At Social Catfish, we are dedicated to helping our audience catch the catfish so that we can put an end to romance scams once and for all. We have taken the top 10 photos that roma… Read More
Warning! This Man’s Photos Are Used in Scams
Hey, watch out we are seeing this fake picture making its rounds all over social media. At Social Catfish, our mission is to take down all fake profiles on social media. We would like anyone who comes across these fake profiles to report them immediately if they don’t match the verified account. By reporting these fake accounts, you will prevent innocent people from losing out on thousands of dollars. If you see this picture, please report it!
How to Avoid Romance Scams
- Don’t give money to someone on the Internet that you’ve never met in person.
- Don’t give out your personal information to someone that you are talking to online.
- If someone is moving the relationship super fast, be cautious by slowing the relationship down.
- Don’t get too serious with someone without at least video chatting with them or meeting them in person first.
- If they have a job overseas, this is a huge red flag that they might be a romance scammer since they usually use this as an excuse to not see you or video chat with you.
- If someone is randomly contacting you out-of-the-blue on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter this usually means they are a romance scammer.
- Report any scam that you’ve been a part of to the FTC, IC3, and FBI.
Social Catfish is Here to Help You!
At Social Catfish, we want to help you verify the identities of those who might seem suspicious to you. If you have their name, email address, phone number, social media username, or image, you can reverse search and see who the suspected person was that you’ve been in contact with if you think you’ve been a victim of romance scams.