With the amount of online dating sites continuing to expand, the chances of meeting someone who has been deceptive about who they are is common, which is why the 'Have You Been Catfished?' chart is the perfect way to avoid getting caught in this deceiving cycle of lies.
The concept of 'catfishing' is a term that has become increasingly used amongst online users. The term reflects a situation where someone has been scammed into believing that someone that they have met online is the love of their life, where in reality they are quite the opposite. Online dating sites and chat rooms eliminate the need for a visual face-to-face contact, where suitors reply simply on typing out descriptive phrases or uploading pictures, allowing for people to easily lie or deceive others into thinking they are someone else.
This insightful chart helps those looking for love online to recognize the warming signs of a potential 'catfishing' scam.
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The 'Have You Been Catfished?' Infographic Displays Online Dangers
Published: May 9, 2013 • References: blog.instantcheckmate and