Fake internet dating profiles
Los Angeles-based columnist Alli Reed set up an OK Cupid profile with the inspired username Aaron Carter Fan and made the imaginary dater just about the most heinous example of a female you could get.
But because she’d used pictures of her hot model friend, the profile got over 150 responses in a 24-hour period.
Writing for Cracked.com, Reed revealed Aaron Carter Fan’s attributes as physical aggression, a history of pretending she was pregnant for financial gain and borderline-illiteracy.
She also hinted at being a racist and openly admitted to being interested in men for their money.
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It details how scammers operate fake dating site profiles in order to con men out of money.