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Thanks for the heads up, RealDad.  You know, it occurs to me that we talk about these scam accounts as though they were real people.  One of the shortcomings of the Internet is sometimes seen as a feature: anonymity. Sometimes Google will help to identify photos that are posted elsewhere on the Web, but not always  For all we know these accounts could be posted by a little old grandmother in her room at the assisted living center, or by a group of multiple platform scammers in Western Africa. Ghana and to a lesser extent Nigeria are sources of tons of scams preying on lonely men on dating and hookup sites across the Internet. These are sometimes identifiable by the non-standard way they write place names, or sentences lacking the usual personal pronouns. But, even those scammers are learning to avoid these signs.  You never know for certain who is on the other end of a posting or email. 

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All true so the sooner can verify, as best one can, through photo verification similar to the way they do it here or live cam chat. Refusing either one ends it for me if I’m seriously considering a likely candidate to be my live in houseboy. Yet even verification doesn’t mean they won’t sometimes try to get you to send money for whatever reason. Stay vigil yet positive. I think that there is the right houseboy out there for each of us. 

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Just wanted to confirm slavegab is a scammer.  He asks for money via cashapp using $granthoss and uses pics of porn actor Tony Star both in profile and via followup messaging.

https://dbnaked.com/pictures/content/gay/sites/squirtz/55187_squirtz_set_53

Luckily I didn't send him money between my due diligence and this forum.

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Pure_energy thank you for the info. I must admit I’m a bit envious as to how you are able to find that sort of information on an individual here. Admittedly I am definitely not very computer nor internet savvy. So would you mind sharing a few of your tips on how to find out one’s photos are bogus? All tips greatly appreciated. 

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One of the best ways to determine if a photo may be bogus is to do a reverse image search. I use: https://tineye.com/   If the photo is found elsewhere it will show you the location and better yet, the date it was put at that location. Since it's entirely plausible that you might have the same picture posted elsewhere, I'll just ask when their picture was taken. If they say in the last year and your reverse image search shows the pic has been around for at least 6 years, then it's case closed.

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