Catfishing on POF is when someone pretends to be someone they aren’t on the dating site. In a lot of cases, these scammers will steal photos from other profiles and pass them off as their own. This is why it’s always good to know the signs of a POF scam. Name Email Phone Username Address Image.
1: Plenty of Fish Scammers Many scammers prefer POF due to a large number of users on it. Scammers tend to use fake pictures taken at an extreme angle with bad lighting. Hence, their head looks larger than it is. In some cases, they will wear sunglasses or hats in every picture to hide their facial features.
Profiles are detailed, and users seem quite active on the site. POF may be one of the most preferred sites for singles looking for dates or long-term relationships, but it's communication features are lacking compared to its counterparts. It has plenty of fish, but the catching part may not be the easiest in this site.
Questions include gender, type of relationship sought, types of properties you own, language, ambition, education, desire to have children, etc. All of the questions are mandatory to proceed with registration. Another thing that is unlike most sites, POF does not connect to any other social media platforms to help you sign up.
If you are talking to a hot stranger on POF, always consider searching up their image on Google. It’s easy, follow the steps: Right-click the suspect’s picture on POF. Select Copy Image Address (or URL). Open Google image search. Click on the camera icon next to the search bar (Search by Image). Paste the image address you copied in step 1.
POF.com is nothing but scammers or losers! The members will not answer or are too good for you and will not allow messaging! If someone does answer you they immediately want you to start hard core...
If you experience any problems on the site or app, the Zoosk team can be reached at (888) 939-6675 and email@example.com. Zoosk also provides numerous do’s and don’ts for identifying scammers and getting their profiles removed. 3. EliteSingles