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Ryan said: “It’s all about stringing them along on tenterhooks with that pretence that eventually they’ll meet up, or just swap telephone numbers.
But as soon as that comes into play you move on; you tell them you’re not going to be on the dating site any longer.
There were loads of cop-outs you could use.” Sometimes, having given an innocent user a brush-off from one fake profile, the pseudo team member would then message them from a different fake account to continue the fake flirting.
“Most people were talking to more than one pseudo,” said Ryan.
Tom said: “On our first day we were taken into a room and given a pack explaining the role. Morally I didn’t think it was acceptable, but I’d just arrived in a new role and I’d worked my notice in my last job so it was get on with it or be unemployed.” Most innocent users had no idea that the flirtatious messages in their inbox came from a fake profile created by Global Personals.
So if they’re not getting replies from real people then after a month they’re going to sign off.
The pseudo team could string along a girl or guy for up to 24 months, and they pay membership fees every month.” Eventually some of the innocent targets would request a face to face meeting, at which point the Global Personals employee, via their fake profile, would give them a convenient brush-off, for example, telling the innocent daters they’d met someone, or were moving away.
Millions of people looking for love sign up for internet dating sites every year.
They hand over intimate details about their lives in the expectation they will meet genuine daters.