It started as a post on Craigslist, and the online dating scam reveals it self quickly.
The “Get Verified” scam attempts to trick you in to signing up for an expensive subscription to a branded dating site, and possibly a branded porn site.
This one is a Craigslist scam, but the “Get Verified” scam can be found anywhere; Tinder and Badoo are popular for this scam too.
The immediate giveaway that you have a scam is that when your ‘date’ replies to you, they cannot answer a simple question, like what color is your dress? When I find these I like to have a little fun, since I know it is a bot, and this serves as a means to confirm the suspicion.
The website is designed to make you think that your date is nearby.
The way they do it is by using a java script code from
A web programming command known as IFrame, is directing you to another site without you knowing it. This is a click generator, and acts as a traffic controllers.
It started with a Craigslist scam in your home town, but you end up, in Bangladesh, China, and who knows where else.
It goes something like this: After this third step in correspondence is when you get the email response, with a small sales job, that introduces the safe and single scam site, in this case Free Age Verification
There is nothing particularly special about the email, other than a sometimes awkward use of the English language. There is utility, in that you have to correspond a 3 times before you get to the scam website information.
Your lifetime access to Insta Cuties remains active even if you cancel your Premier Passport membership.
So if you’re not careful, you are going to have 0.00 in charges on your card.