How to Tell if a Chinese Girl’s Profile is Fake
Anyone can make a fake online dating profile and Chinese girls are no exceptions to that. The truth is that there are thousands of fake profiles crafted for catching an innocent man’s attention, resources and time. Most of these profiles aren’t even set up by a Chinese girl but, instead, male scammers. Only if one is careful and possesses knowledge of the most common red flags on fake dating profiles, can they protect themselves.
Red Flags That Will Tell You This Chinese Girl Is Fake
1. Descriptions Sound Too Perfect Plus Stunning Photos
If a Chinese girl you’ve been talking to online says she is a lawyer with tons of experience and success in her field and also happens to look like a model –
it may be too good to be true. Naturally there are exceptions but the majority of wealthy Chinese women typically marry the men their parents have picked out for them. If these ladies are dating on the side, they definitely won’t put their entire lives online. If something seems to good to be true – it probably is.
2. “This Seems Familiar…”
That applies to those who have been online dating before and have signed up with various profiles. If you come across a profile that gives you a strangely
familiar feeling, like you’ve seen this exact profile before then it is a warning sign. Do a Google search – it wouldn’t be too surprising if you found the same picture used with different names on different sites. Or the same description used in various images.
3. Body Proportions
It doesn’t take much to understand that a tall skinny Chinese girl sounds unrealistic. There are exceptions of course, but not too many of these ladies are perfect and modelesque. Plus what are the chances that women like that are looking for a date online? They probably have their hands full offline.
4. The Pictures Look Outdated
Lying about age is just about the most common thing to happen online. Lots of people don’t pay attention to it, but when you are online dating, you don’t want to start off by telling a lie. It will morph into a severe trust issue once the truth comes out. Look at the pictures and if they look too old ask for new
ones. If you don’t receive any then you know it is time to move on.
Use Google. Often
These tips are rather limited, but Google isn’t. Dedicate time to searching for anything suspicious you have found on an online dating profile. Not just those of Chinese girls. Always be on guard and think about your safety.
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